The field of Public Choice extends the study of economics to governments. It assumes that people in government behave the same as do people in the private sector. By behave the same, they (according to Steven Horwitz) mean that people have intentions, use information, respond to incentives, and act in accordance to institutional rules set …
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The English alphabet is too long. It contains letters that have no unique sound and therefore unduly complicate spelling. It’s time that we improve the alphabet’s efficiency. Why mess with tradition you ask? Here at Capitalism Today, we believe in constant improvement. Economic growth comes both from invention and innovation. We don’t plan to make …
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