Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Articles by Publication Date

Table of Contents September 2006
On Testing the Connection between Economic Freedom and Growth by
How to Handle Economic Freedom: Reply to Lawson by
Assume the Positional: Comment on Robert Frank by
Taking Libertarian Concerns Seriously: Reply to Kashdan and Klein by
Work Incentives and Employment are the Wrong Explanation of Sweden’s Success by
Second Reply to Bergh by
A Little More Liberty: What the JEL Omits in Its Account of What the Economic Report of the President Omits by
Benjamin Franklin and Colonial Money: A Reply to Michener and Wright—Yet Again by
Knut Wicksell, Gustav Cassel, Eli Heckscher, Bertil Ohlin and Gunnar Myrdal on the Role of the Economist in Public Debate by
Do Economists Reach a Conclusion On Rail Transit? by
Correspondence September 2006 by

Table of Contents May 2006
Is the Swedish Welfare State A Free Lunch? by
The Welfare State Is the Wrong Target: A Reply to Bergh by
Farley Grubb’s Noisy Evasions on Colonial Money: A Rejoinder by
The Costs of Critical Commentary in Economics Journals by
Why Has Critical Commentary Been Curtailed at Top Economics Journals? A Reply to Robert Whaples by
Do Economists Reach A Conclusion on Road Pricing? The Intellectual History of an Idea by
A List of the 364 Economists Who Objected to Thatcher’s Macro Policy by
Reply to Hortlund’s “Defense of the Real Bills Doctrine” by

Table of Contents January 2006
Foreword: Editor’s Report January 2006
Miscounting Money of Colonial America by
Theory, Evidence, and Belief— The Colonial Money Puzzle Revisited: Reply to Michener and Wright by
In Defense of the Real Bills Doctrine by
Damned If You Do: Comment on Schuler’s Argentina Analysis by
Argentina’s problems went far beyond the absence of a strict currency board: Comment on Schuler by
Reply to David Altig and Brad Setser by
Do Economists Reach a Conclusion on Taxi Deregulation? by
Textbook Entrepreneurship: Comment on Johansson by
364 Economists on Economic Policy by
AEA Ideology: Campaign Contributions of American Economic Association Members, Committee Members, Officers, Editors, Referees, Authors, and Acknowledgees by
Sense and Sensibilities: Myrdal’s Plea for Self-Disclosure and Some Disclosures on AEA Members by
Correspondence January 2006