Archive for private law

There Are Christian Anarchists

This is going to be a brief post since I have been traveling all day, coming back from Porcfest (which was awesome, by the way, but more on that as the video becomes available). Anyway, while at Porcfest I was chatting with an economics colleague, and she said that someone at dinner was stunned to […]

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Potpourri

Lots of links have been piling up here… * You know how Keynesians liked that one journal article showing that businesses were more worried about bad sales than regulations? Well, when a survey shows the exact opposite, they still take it as further evidence that the demand-side story is right. (Note that I’m not saying […]

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The Market for Security

This is actually a pretty good summary of my views on private law and defense, for those who are interested…

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Anarchy in Somalia

Earlier this year the BBC did a series on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Somali state. (Gene Callahan held a prayer vigil for Siad Barre, I hear.) It just came to my attention, but better late than never: Economists familiar with the Rothbardian tradition have taken the analysis even further, persuasively arguing […]

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