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Gerald P. Dwyer

How High Will Inflation Be in 2021?

“Inflation will be noticeably higher in 2021 than it has been in some time. An important question is whether it will be followed by the widely predicted lower inflation or by higher inflation in subsequent years.” ~ Gerald P. Dwyer


Ethan Yang

Two Vaccine Doses? Why Not Three?

“It’s entirely possible that there could be a need for a booster shot for certain populations down the road; anything is possible. However, it seems that the evidence points to long-lasting immunity on both natural infection and vaccination.” ~ Ethan Yang


Robert Hughes

July Jobs Report Not as Impressive as Headline Suggests

“Payrolls posted a strong gain in July though details were not as strong as the headline suggests. The overall outlook is tilted to the upside, but challenges remain, and risks are growing.” – Robert Hughes


Jon Sanders

A Tale of Two Spikes: How the Tullock Spike Gives Insight Into a Viral Spike Amid Forced Mask-Wearing

“Let us hope for once that President Biden and the various state governors and health officials leave people free to assess their own risks and adjust their own behaviors as best makes sense to them.” ~ Jon Sanders


The Great Reopening
Robert E. Wright

AIER Doing It Right

“In his recent book Spike, Farrar noted that Dominic Cummings, chief advisor to British PM Boris Johnson, ‘wanted to run an aggressive press campaign against those behind the Great Barrington Declaration and others opposed to blanket Covid-19 restriction.'” ~ Robert E. Wright


Richard M. Ebeling

Edwin Cannan: An Economist Who Protested Against Big Government

“What stands out in Edwin Cannan’s writings is a simplicity and clarity in explaining the ‘miracle’ of the market in a world-encompassing division of labor that connects multitudes of people for mutual improvement and peaceful cultural gains.” ~ Richard M. Ebeling


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