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Julian Simon: The ultimate scholar
Published on : Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Julian Simon's legacy is profound. Simon's most important contribution was to crystallize and explain an insight that even the best economists before him only glimpsed -- namely, that human beings in free societies are "the ultimate resource." No economist has had a greater impact upon my own way of looking at the world than has Julian Simon. After 10 years, I still miss the wisdom and genuine kindness that flowed regularly from this remarkable man, writes Donald Boudreaux in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The Population Myth
Published on : Friday, October 26, 2007
Government authorities insult us when they say that India's problem is too many people. On the contrary, India's problem is an inept and bloated state. It does not allow free markets that would enable the entrepreneurship and creativity natural to all humans. In short, the cause of India's poverty is not its people, but its system of government, writes Amit Varma in the Mint
The Myth of Over Population - new report
Published on : Wednesday, July 11, 2007
On World Population Day, July


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