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The EntrepreneurPolitical Theory
Salaried jobs provide opportunities and flexibility. Government regulators want to take those options away.
The EntrepreneurCalculation and KnowledgePolitical TheoryValue and Exchange
Not understanding how politics works will prove to be much more harmful than ignorance about how markets work.
When new and burgeoning markets find themselves operating in unregulated territories, it does not take long for the state to intervene.
The EntrepreneurTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory
The critique of "trickle-down" economics relies on a mistaken zero-sum view that more income for some must reduce incomes to others.
The EntrepreneurPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
Henry Hazlitt brings to his only novel, Time Will Run Back, the same clarity and ease for the reader he brought to Economics in One Lesson.
The EntrepreneurPolitical TheoryPraxeology
With a state in existence, ultimately, all private property becomes state property.
The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipPolitical Theory
In Brazil, street food is an important source of income for poor households. So why is the government always interfering in the street-food economy?
The EntrepreneurLegal SystemThe Police StateWorld HistoryEntrepreneurship
If there were Heinz-brand heroin, Philip Seymour Hoffman would still be alive.
The EntrepreneurTaxes and SpendingEntrepreneurshipInterventionism
When donors give big bucks to the Clinton Foundation, they may just be paying the price of doing business in a highly regulated economy.
The EntrepreneurInterventionismPolitical TheoryValue and Exchange
The view seems to be that if a higher minimum wage is mandated that employers will continue to make all of the same hiring decisions. Not true.