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Robert Hughes

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Hover Around Pre-Pandemic Levels

“Weekly initial claims ticked up but remain at a very low level, suggesting the labor market remains tight. However, the Russian invasion of Ukraine dramatically increases uncertainty.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Gas and Groceries Drive AIER’s Everyday Price Index Sharply Higher in February

“AIER’s Everyday Price Index rose again in February, driven by increases in the prices for motor fuel and groceries. Price pressures are unlikely to ease in the short term given the global economic turmoil surrounding the Russian invasion of Ukraine.” ~ Robert Hughes

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Richard M. Ebeling

Ludwig von Mises’s Free Market Agenda for a Postwar Ukraine

“Ukrainians will have to not only rebuild their country but decide which ideology will be the foundation for their country’s future. The ideal one would be Ludwig von Mises’s proposed ideology of a ‘perfect free market economy.'” ~ Richard M. Ebeling

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Jason Jewell

A Flawed Report in the Funding Debate

“Not all higher ed dollars are created equal. Idaho’s legislators should create more incentives for the state’s students and colleges to excel instead of simply maintaining the institutional status quo.” ~ Stephen C. Miller & Jason Jewell

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Joakim Book

Everything Is the Fed’s Fault: A Review of the Fiat Standard

“The aggressive tone aside, the emphasis on a fiat mindset – one where you get something for nothing and can have something merely by decree – is valuable. The thesis remains unproven, but the proposition lingers long after the final page.” ~ Joakim Book

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