Category Archives: Development Econ

“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, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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