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George Reisman

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Works Published inThe Free MarketAustrian Economics NewsletterSpeeches and PresentationsMises Daily ArticleThe Journal of Libertarian StudiesQuarterly Journal of Austrian EconomicsArticles of Interest

George Reisman, Ph.D., is Pepperdine University Professor Emeritus of Economics and the author of Capitalism: A Treatise on Economics (Ottawa, Illinois: Jameson Books, 1996; Kindle Edition, 2012). See his Amazon.com author's page for additional titles by him. His website is Capitalism.net and his blog is GeorgeReismansBlog.blogspot.com

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Shareholders, Not "Stakeholders"

Blog09/09/2019

In a world in which there are men and women who do not know to which sex they belong, it should not be surprising that there are corporate CEOs who do not know for whom they work.

Last month, the CEOs of 181 major corporations agreed that they no longer work simply for their stockholders...

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We Need Markets to Cope with Climate Change

Blog09/03/2019

The enviro-socialist “climate emergency” crowd was busy earlier this month trying to launch the human equivalent of a cattle stampede by getting people to plunge into socialism to avoid bad weather.

There were headlines such as “Greenland is on track to lose most ice on record this year...

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The Wealth of the Wealthy

Blog09/02/2019

The Walton family (the owners of Walmart) is currently worth about $190 billion. The Koch Brothers and Mars families (candy bars) are both worth over $100 billion. Such facts are intolerable to socialists, communists, “progressives,” and, sad to say, today’s Democrats.

Senator Bernie...

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Marx and His Exploitation Theory

07/05/2019Power & Market
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The Irrelevance of “Worker Need” and “Employer Greed” in the Determination of Wages

Labor and Wages

Blog05/30/2019

In the conditions of a labor shortage, which necessarily materializes if wage rates go below the point corresponding to full employment, the payment of higher wages provides exactly the same benefit to employers.

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