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Matthew McCaffrey

Matthew McCaffrey
Matthew McCaffrey
Matthew McCaffrey is assistant professor of enterprise at the University of Manchester and editor of Libertarian Papers.

Matthew McCaffrey's Articles and Posts

Social Enterprises Are Fixing What Government Destroys The Freeman
Social Enterprises Are Fixing What Government Destroys

Social enterprises’ goals hint at their important role in the economy: to help repair the damage caused by public policy.

Are Markets Ruining Video Games? The Freeman
Are Markets Ruining Video Games?
If game developers want to pursue more artistic projects that appeal to smaller audiences, they need to take a step away from the one-size-fits-all corporate development supported by government regulation.
The Pursuit of Profit Is Pro-Social The Freeman
The Pursuit of Profit Is Pro-Social

The market is an elaborate network of voluntary exchanges in which buyers and sellers constantly make each other better off. In that sense, all value-generating businesses are “social” enterprises.

Entrepreneurs Make Science Work The Freeman
Entrepreneurs Make Science Work
The market system reveals the ultimate value of an invention, not its scientific significance as such.
Of Battlefields and Boardrooms The Freeman
Of Battlefields and Boardrooms

Classical military strategists have valuable insights for entrepreneurs—but not because trade and war have anything in common.

Virtual Worlds, Real Economics The Freeman
Virtual Worlds, Real Economics
As more and more people cross over into gaming environments, they’re getting an education in the dismal science.
Right Conquers Might The Freeman
Right Conquers Might
A Song of Ice and Fire, the source material for HBO's Game of Thrones, sheds light on the contrast between the entrepreneurial spirit and the avarice of those who lust after political power. 

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