“HOW I BECAME AN ADVOCATE OF LIMITED GOVERNMENT”

James Ahiakpor tells his story:

“The saying that “a conservative is a socialist mugged by reality,” or something to that effect, pretty much explains my journey toward my present views on the beneficence of market freedom, limited government spending, taxation, privatization and deregulation. I grew up in Ghana, West Africa, during the socialist experiments of . . . → Read More: “HOW I BECAME AN ADVOCATE OF LIMITED GOVERNMENT”

William Easterly – The Paradox of Poverty: A Solution

“What must we do to end world poverty? At last, an answer” by William Easterly:

OK, that’s too good to be true. There has been a search for sixty years for the right answer. Now most economists confess ignorance how to raise the rate of economic growth — how to progress more rapidly towards development . . . → Read More: William Easterly – The Paradox of Poverty: A Solution

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Right after we published our first findings [on path dependence and complexity theory], we started getting letters from all over the country saying, ‘You know, all you guys have done is rediscover Austrian economics’ .. I admit I wasn’t familiar with Hayek and von Mises as the time. But now that I’ve read them, I can see that this is essentially true. — Brian Arthur

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