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Milton Friedman at 100

8 commentaries

Nobel laureate Milton Friedman was one of the most original – and controversial – economists of the twentieth century. On the 100th anniversary of his birth, his impact is still felt throughout the world. In this selection of commentaries, Friedman and other Project Syndicate contributors discuss his economic vision and impact.

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    Will Libra Be Stillborn?

    Barry Eichengreen

    Where the problem for economies and financial services is lack of competition, residents of developing countries need to look to their own regulators and politicians. The remedy for their woes is not going to come from Mark Zuckerberg.

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