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Sound Money Essay Contest
Published on : Saturday, January 15, 2011
In Sound Money Essay Contest “Money In Crisis”, The Atlas Economic Research Foundation will sponsor an essay contest for students, young faculty, and policy writers who are concerned about the cause of Sound Money. Prizes: The overall winner of the Essay Contest will receive a cash prize of $2000.
Sound Money Essay Contest
Published on : Saturday, January 15, 2011
In Sound Money Essay Contest “Money In Crisis”, The Atlas Economic Research Foundation will sponsor an essay contest for students, young faculty, and policy writers who are concerned about the cause of Sound Money. Prizes: The overall winner of the Essay Contest will receive a cash prize of $2000.
The miracle of human society: Social science, bottom-up
Published on : Thursday, April 23, 2009
There is much mystery in how human society invents words, concepts and even real things such as money. The mischief the Keynesians made with their theories was turning money into a creature of The State, writes Sauvik Chakraverti in the Mint
The foolishness of economic stimulus
Published on : Wednesday, January 23, 2008
A consensus is building that America's economy is sliding. Politicians are rushing in with various plans for helping the economy. But efforts to provide a "stimulus" to bad economy will only prolong the economic hardships. Sound money, low taxes, and free trade might not "stimulate" the economy today, but this combination will surely increase its vigor over the long-run, writes Donald Boudreaux in the Christian Science Monitor


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