Tag: marginal revolution
New Online Courses on Liberty

With the very exciting, rapid development of online learning, I am delighted that new programs to provide excellent courses in economics and history have recently been launched by scholars who have worked with the Independent Institute. 1. The first is from the historian and best-selling author Thomas E. Woods, Jr. (Senior Fellow, Ludwig von…
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Re: Blogosphere Star Provides Refreshingly Alternative Ideas

Mary, not everyone is so pleased. Paul Walker pointed me to this item from New Zealand’s National Business Review, which worries that the free-content model of the blogosphere has spawned a huge band of amateur, untrained, unqualified bloggers who have swarmed over the internet pouring out columns of unsubstantiated “facts” and hysterical opinion. Most…
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Blogosphere Star Provides Refreshingly Alternative Ideas

Who’s that man in blue? None other than the Independent Institute’s Research Director, Alex Tabarrok, gracing today’s Wall Street Journal’s “Personal Journal” cover as a “New Star of the Blogosphere.” In the “rancorous” blogosphere, Marginal Revolution, Tabarrok’s blog co-written with Independent Institute Research Fellow Tyler Cowan, is singled out as offering a refreshing alternative…
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