I’m going on a long trip so not sure what blogging will be like for a few days… In the meantime:
==> David Glasner has a nice Alchian post. Man, there were some heavy hitters at UCLA back in the day. I used Jack Hirshleifer’s textbook when I taught intermediate micro. It had the cool diagram showing how you could turn a 3-dimensional utility mountain into a 2-d set of indifference curves. Ah, Mises would be proud of me.
==> Want more on Alchian? Sure.
==> David R. Henderson gets sarcastic about foreign policy.
==> Speaking of foreign policy, check out these thoughts on the drone debate.
==> Daniel Sanchez doesn’t turn the other cheek when Krugman calls us a cult.
==> Many of you will find econ giant Ed Prescott’s 2006 list of “myths” to be amusing.
==> I really like Garett Jones’ blogging style. Like me, he comes up with an odd take on issues, but then builds up a pretty specific example to illustrate exactly what he means. Once he writes a One Act Play talking about fiscal multipliers, we’ll know he is ready for the Jedi Council.
==> I’m such a model for Catholics.
==> The other R. Murphy has some good points on the minimum wage debate.
==> David R. Henderson wants you to “respect my authority!”