Nokkrir frjálshyggju linkar.
Ágætis frjálshyggju flash show sem málverjan Milton Friedman var svo duglegur að benda mér á.
Og enn og aftur Economic Policy eftir von Mises, en hún er álíka auðskilin eins og flash showið hér að ofan.
Asymmetric Information, Austrian style.
International Society for Individual Liberty , margt gott hér.
Where are the chapters on trade and growth, on trade and wages, on trade and unemployment, on global income inequality, on the digital divide, on market forces and the environment, on multinational monopoly, on intellectual property, on migration, on cultural imperialism—on any of the issues, in fact, that most animate the anti-globalist protesters and their far more numerous armchair sympathisers? The merits of globalisation do not rest on whether the Fund was right to call for higher interest rates in East Asia during its attempts to stabilise the region's economies after 1997—the issue that most excites Mr Stiglitz. In fact, these things have almost nothing to do with each other. Ritdómur The Economist: Globalisation and Its Discontents, Joseph E. Stiglitz.
And I agree with you Marge - in theory. In theory, Communism works. In theory. Alveg ágætis blogg.