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Why Lottery Winners Are Sometimes the Unluckiest People

– February 21, 2018

Lottery winners are thrust into a unique situation few others can understand. The struggles of many of these winners show the complexity of real wealth, which includes human and social capital, even though they can’t be measured on a balance sheet.

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Economic Development on the Blockchain

– July 18, 2017

Blockchain technology introduces a portfolio of options that may enable critical steps toward economic development.

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A Plan to Replace the Welfare State

– July 1, 2008

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLVIII No. 7 : July, 2008 This article is based on an address by Charles Murray to the Progress Foundation’s 26th Economic Conference, in Zurich, Switzerland, April 24, 2008. by Charles Murray, the W.H. Brady Scholar at the Ameri …

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Poverty Policy: A Numbers Game

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1984, Issue: 02 Also: Business-Cycle Conditions

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Letter To Sheik Yamani

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1986, Issue: 11 Also: Hands Across America

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The Rich Get Richer and the Poor… Get Richer To

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2003, Issue: 21 Also: Forecasting the 2001 Recession: How Well Did AIER (And Others) Do?

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The End of Welfare Reform as We Know It?

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2004, Issue: 24 Also: Business-Cycle Conditions

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Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and Property Rights

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2006, Issue: 13 Also: Helping the World’s Poor

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Welfare or “Illfare”?

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1976, Issue: 29

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For The Poor You Have Always With You

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1976, Issue: 48

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Welfare Reform

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1979, Issue: 04 Also: Consumer Prices A Practical Reason Why Central Bankers Will Not Phase Out Gold

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Wealth and Poverty

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 1981, Issue: 24

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