Posts by Abigail R. Hall
Abigail R. Hall is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Tampa.
C.S. Lewis on Recovering the Way Forward
France’s New Organ Registry and the New Paternalism
A Plea to My Male (and Female) Colleagues in Economics
Sex and Economics: Is Capitalism Less “Bang” for Your Buck?
Atomic Bombs: What My Momma (Never) Told Me
I’m Not a Pessimist. I’m an Economist.
How Many Americans Have Refugees Killed?
My Vagina Doesn’t Care for Your Identity Politics
Escaping Philly’s Soda Tax
More Money, More Problems: Venezuela’s Minimum Wage Won’t Help Inflation
Sexism and Zombie Economics
William Easterly and the Pitfalls of Foreign Intervention
Colombia Joins Argentina and Venezuela in Adopting Backward Economic Policies
Russia’s Election Hacks Are Child’s Play
Sorry, Vegan Eatery—Good Intentions Don’t Absolve Your Economic Sins
Free to Burn the Flag
Make No Mistake: Fidel Castro Was a Horrible Person
Perspectives on the President Elect
The U.S. Military: The Cost of the Sacred Cow
Cubs Fans Swing and Miss on Understanding Basic Economics
Easterly, Buchanan, Hayek, and Economic Development
When Government Fails, Papa John’s Delivers
What Trump’s Taxes Really Tell Us about Politicians
Both Presidential Candidates Fail Econ 101
Your Friendly Neighborhood Drone?

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