Posts by Robert Higgs
Robert Higgs is Senior Fellow in Political Economy at the Independent Institute, author or editor of over fourteen Independent books, and Editor at Large of Independent’s quarterly journal The Independent Review.
Unsung Heroes of the Market
Nativists Don’t Know the Future
Optimality—The Mainstream Economist’s Holy Grail
A Reconsideration of “The Personal Is Political”
Against the Maternal State
Our Land, Our Infrastructure, Our Country—a Lot of Loose Talk
Consent of the Governed, Revisited
Voluntary Provision of a So-called Public Good
Knowledge Better Left Unknown
A Poor Politician
The Boon of Growing U.S. Imports from Mexico
You Can’t Go Home Again, but . . .
Hurricane Haikus
A Plea for Do-Nothing Government
Principal-agent Theory and Representative Government
Socialism Is Dead; Participatory Fascism Has Triumphed
Public Choice Analysis a Scheme for Imposing Racist Oligarchy on the USA? Preposterous!
Writers Who Cannot Swim Should Stay Out of the Deep Water
Simple Democracy versus Racial Justice in the USA
The Funding Fallacy
One Nation . . . Indivisible?
A Kind Word on Behalf of the Mexicans
In U.S. Universities, a Divorce Is Needed
Three Haiku on Regime Uncertainty
Carl Christ—Eminent Yet Sensible Econometrician and Mentor Supremo

  • Catalyst