Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

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Table of Contents September 2015
Education Premiums in Cambodia: Dummy Variables Revisited and Recent Data by
Why Weren’t Left Economists More Opposed and More Vocal on the Export-Import Bank? by , , and
Ideology Über Alles? Economics Bloggers on Uber, Lyft, and Other Transportation Network Companies by
Venezuela: Without Liberals, There Is No Liberalism by and
Classical Liberalism and Modern Political Economy in Denmark by
Liberalism in India by , , , and
Classical Liberalism in Guatemala by and
Of Its Own Accord: Adam Smith on the Export-Import Bank by
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Table of Contents May 2015
The Welfare State and Moral Sentiments: A Smith-Hayek Critique of the Evolutionary Left by
Hayek Deserves a New Paradigm, Not Old Ideological Categories: Response to Searles by , ,
Same-Sex Marriage and Negative Externalities: A Critique, Replication, and Correction of Langbein and Yost by and
Still No Evidence of Negative Outcomes from Same-Sex Marriage by and
Replications in Economics: A Progress Report by , ,
Classical Liberalism in Australian Economics by
Liberal Economics in Spain by
Liberal Economics in Poland by
The Endangered Classical Liberal Tradition in Lebanon: A General Description and Survey Results by
Classical Liberal Economics in the Ex-Yugoslav Nations by and
Classical Liberalism in the Czech Republic by and
A Beginner’s Guide to Esoteric Reading by
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Table of Contents January 2015
In Memoriam: Gordon Tullock
Economists on the Welfare State and the Regulatory State: Why Don’t Any Argue in Favor of One and Against the Other? A Symposium Prologue by
Do Welfare State Liberals Also Love Regulation? by
Yes, There Are Hayekian Welfare States (At Least in Theory) by
The Strange Career of Regulation in the Welfare State by
Two Ideological Ships Passing in the Night by
Differences of Opinion Among Economists About Government and Market Efficacy by
The Moral Narratives of Economists by and
Ideological Differences in Economics: Why Is the Left-Right Divide Widening? by
Unhelpful Abstractions and the Standard View by
Unconventional Confidence Bands in the Literature on the Government Spending Multiplier by
It’s Not a Minsky Moment, It’s a Minsky Era, Or: Inevitable Instability by
Skepticism About Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis: A Comment on Flanders by