Ten Recurring Economic Fallacies, 1774–2004

I guess I'll need to preface these things I link to - this one is from a rather odd libertarian slant - but still the top ten list is interesting - just not the explanations.

As an American historian who knows something of economic law, having learned from the Austrians, I became intrigued with how the United States had remained prosperous, its economy still so dynamic and productive, given the serious and recurring economic fallacies to which our top leaders (political, corporate, academic) have subscribed and from which they cannot seem to free themselves—and alas, keep passing down to the younger generation.

At Ten Recurring Economic Fallacies, 1774–2004

1 comment:

Richard said...

Jay, the article is posted on the website of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, a think tank devoted to Libertarian ideals, hence the "slant". It's actually in Alabama...

My dad gave me a book of his when I was younger...