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Marginal Analysis

The Radical Case for Pragmatic Libertarianism Anything Peaceful
The Radical Case for Pragmatic Libertarianism

By directly engaging in the policy process, libertarians can have a real influence on our country, which means more liberty in our lifetime.

How Markets and Technology Made Us Safer Anything Peaceful
How Markets and Technology Made Us Safer
On the margins, social, mobile, and digital technologies are doing more than cops, courts, and jails could ever do to make the world safer.
How Much Value Does Your College Really Add? Anything Peaceful
How Much Value Does Your College Really Add?
For decades, Americans have been infatuated with US News's arbitrary college rankings; a new system might show us the truth.
Did Freedom Ruin Our Relationships? Anything Peaceful
Did Freedom Ruin Our Relationships?
More freedom hasn’t made Millennials more miserable, more promiscuous, or less committed.
Israel Puts Price Controls on Books, Devastates Sales Anything Peaceful
Israel Puts Price Controls on Books, Devastates Sales
A combination of price controls and minimum wages has devastated the Israeli book market. 
It's the Margin that Counts Media
It's the Margin that Counts
Marginalism, the effect of incremental, or small, changes, shows how economic reasoning allows us to accomplish more by accepting limits on what can be accomplished, rather than making heroic attempts to solve problems completely. In this podcast, Dwight Lee gives two examples to illistrate this point. (8:12 minutes)
Menger and the Early Austrians Media
Menger and the Early Austrians
The Efficient Amount of Pollution The Freeman
The Efficient Amount of Pollution
When environmentalists argue that the costs of protecting the environment should be ignored, they quickly find themselves in a box. The only way to protect environmental quality in some ways (say, reducing water pollution) is by harming it in other ways (say, increasing air pollution).

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