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Stewart Dompe

Stewart Dompe
Stewart Dompe

Stewart Dompe is an instructor of economics at Johnson & Wales University. He has published articles in Econ Journal Watch and is a contributor to Homer Economicus: Using The Simpsons to Teach Economics.

Stewart Dompe's Articles and Posts

Regulators Are Not Heroes The Freeman
Regulators Are Not Heroes

In a world of uncertainty, ensuring quality can be a powerful competitive advantage.

Stephen Hawking Doesn’t Understand Economics The Freeman
Stephen Hawking Doesn’t Understand Economics

The idea of technological unemployment suspends the laws of scarcity and comparative advantage.

Amazon Liberates Readers The Freeman
Amazon Liberates Readers
Science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin blames Amazon and capitalism for dumbing down the publishing world, but readers are doing better than ever.
Take the Politics out of Money Anything Peaceful
Take the Politics out of Money

The solution to politicians being bought is to ensure that they have nothing to sell (and no one to buy it).

Were We Better Off in 1987? The Freeman
Were We Better Off in 1987?

We are better off today due to the creative innovations of the marketplace. Those who argue we’re worse off are ignoring important considerations.

Layaway: Live after Death The Freeman
Layaway: Live after Death
The return of ‘80s retail practices is likely the result of credit market meddling.
Where’s the Beef? Canada! The Freeman
Where’s the Beef? Canada!
Corporate inversion offers a powerful check on government and lets companies fulfill their primary purpose: protecting shareholders’ capital. 
Food Deserts or Just Deserts? The Freeman
Food Deserts or Just Deserts?

If you want to change people’s eating habits, look first to the federal interventions that distort the food market.

Chasing Dystopian Rainbows The Freeman
Chasing Dystopian Rainbows

A NASA report has more to say about using the correct analytical tools than it does about inequality.

The Crony Gap The Freeman
The Crony Gap
Most discourse on inequality confuses a constructive form of inequality (economic) with a destructive form (political). Understanding the difference will bring some clarity to the issue.

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