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By: ¿Ha avanzado el mundo hacia políticas más liberales en las últimas décadas? « Procesos de aprendizaje

Thu, 14 Oct 2010 18:03:50 +0000

[...] Más bien, ellos hablan de un “Estado mutante y creciente”. No es de extrañar si observamos algunas cifras como la evolución de la presión fiscal o el gasto público, el número de regulaciones, los [...]

By: Get the picture? at Catallaxy Files

Tue, 02 Feb 2010 03:14:36 +0000

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By: Robert

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 23:38:25 +0000

I think I've come up with a campaign slogan those running in 2010 and 2012 could use if they really mean it. Run on a platform of abolishing all subsidies, and for those in an industry that receives a subsidy, tell them, "Sure, you'll lose a subsidy, but you'll also lose 2000 other ways that you're being robbed. And if you're not receiving a subsidy, then all you have to lose is 2001 ways you're being robbed."

By: Peter Klein

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 18:51:35 +0000

Nobody who can read, I hope. We've discussed this many times before, e.g. here, here, here, and here. The "deregulation of Wall Street" is a myth. It never happened.

By: Aaron Agassi

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 18:48:02 +0000

We all know that Bush waged a ruinously expensive war. But that hardly contradicts the equally true assertion that Bush also deregulated Wall Street giving them free reign for embezzlement on a heretofore unprecedented scale. Who are you kidding?

By: David Hoopes

Sun, 31 Jan 2010 22:52:49 +0000

Great post Peter!

By: Matt Stiles

Sat, 30 Jan 2010 15:41:03 +0000

Very good post, Peter. This really needs to be hammered home. Relentlessly. Interesting that the gov't spending/GDP you linked to actually fell during the Clinton years and rose during Reagan and Bush II. So much for Republican "small gov't ideology" eh? For thoroughness, it would also be interesting to see total financial regulation expressed as a percentage of the size of the financial industry.

By: Vilken laissez-faire? « Niklas Elert

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 23:43:12 +0000

[...] Publicerade januari 29, 2010 Uncategorized Leave a Comment Några bilder säger mer än tusen ord. Jag tror att jag ska skriva ut de här figurerna, vika ihop dem i plånboken och [...]

By: Ferran

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 15:07:24 +0000

Ups, thanks! this will truly help me argue the point that free-market policies often get terribly mixed with pro-business actions. Would it be acceptable to say that the NBA is an example of "real" free-market policy regulation, compared to the pro-business policies in european soccer associations (where most of the clubs are close to bankrupcy, and the players+coach are the managers of the system)?

By: Peter Klein

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 14:53:02 +0000

Ferran, um, sure: