[Ec1] Ninteteenth century Japan shows us the virtues of free trade.
[Ec2] Daniel Ben-Ami argues that behavioral economics actually undermines the Enlightenment.
[Ec3] How a Brazilian economist created fake money and made everybody happy. (Not really, but sort of.)
[Ec4] Jeffrey Tucker compiles a list of five anti-capitalist movies that “backfired.”
[Ec6] When capitalism becomes an instrument of government oppression.
[Ec7] The “socialists” of the new left, according to Kristian Niemietz, actually socialists.
[Ec8] An argument that Black Buying Power is not only overestimated, but is actually an offensive concept.
[Ec9] John Matsusaka on democratizing corporations.