Thursday, December 8, 2016

Gary S. Becker

Gary S. Becker, a Nobel laureate in Economics, was Professor of Economics and Sociology at the University of Chicago.

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The Third Way is A Rightwing Way

"Only de Gaulle could free Algeria; only Nixon could open up China." Behind these slogans rests an notable principle: self-interest often causes political parties to radically depart from, even to aba… read more

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The Causes and Cures of Corruption

In recent years, allegations about corrupt public officials have toppled or greatly weakened governments in many nations, and diminished public support for the transition from communism in many parts … read more

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Europe's Tattered Social Contract

Europeans defend their highly regulated and taxed labor markets by claiming that they produce less inequality in earnings than the more free market practices of the United States and the United Kingdo… read more

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A European Disease

Many intellectuals in the United States and Eastern Europe believe that West European social welfare policies should be a blueprint for action in their own countries. But those policies are financed b… read more

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