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MagicalTwoPercent
Nicolas Cachanosky

That Magical Two Percent

Paul Volcker takes issue with the Federal Reserve’s two-percent inflation target. He is right to do so.

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Peter C. Earle

A Bona Fide Tax Revolt in France

Politicians and activists who blithely maintain that public support for lofty climate change projects is both bottomless and selfless are either obtuse or tacitly agitating for tyranny.

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James L. Caton

Is Demand to Hold Money Stable?

The Divisia monetary aggregates suggest that the equation of exchange is still a useful apparatus for monetary policy.

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Lucio Saverio-Eastman

What Can Special Economic Zones Do for Us? (Video)

Sven Schütt is a visiting scholar at AIER and a MA student in the PPE program at Cevro, specializing in Austrian Economics and behavioral policy making. He is writing his MA thesis on Special Economic Zones and how they can help our nation’s wealth.

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Edward Stringham

AIER and Freedom Need Your Support

AIER can set a new and higher standard for quality, reach, and sheer intellectual firepower. We have the skill. We have the team. We have the passion. And we have a moral obligation.

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Antony Mueller

The Stock Exchange Demystified

There is an indissoluble link between capitalism and the stock market. Over the long run, stocks will rise when capitalism flourishes and fall when the entrepreneurial spirit wilts. Therefore, a crash is not to blame on the stock market but on the erosion of capitalism that has preceded the collapse.

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