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Milton Friedman

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1976 Nobel Prize Economics Winner Milton Friedman News

Gold No Longer Slumbers

Barron's
John Maynard Keynes famously called it a “barbarous relic,” and Milton Friedman dismissed its use as money, declaring “you might as well use pork bellies” as the basis of a monetary system. Mr. Market, for his part, is duly agnostic. But after ...

1976 Nobel Prize Economics Winner Milton Friedman News

The Incentives to Murder

Wall Street Journal
Henry Spearmanis a Harvard economist who bears an uncanny resemblance to the late Milton Friedman. Spearman is bald, bespectacled, gregarious and as short in stature as he is tall in eminence and genius—just like Friedman. Both scholars were ...

1976 Nobel Prize Economics Winner Milton Friedman News

Thanksgiving and a Billion Hungry Neighbors

Huffington Post
Or as economist Milton Friedman would later say: "there's no such thing as a free lunch". Maybe it is this Lenin-Friedman-Smithian-Pauline influence on our world-view explains in part why Americans seem so untroubled by hunger in our world today. I ...

1976 Nobel Prize Economics Winner Milton Friedman News

Economics Is a Dismal Science for Women

Bloomberg View
One public image of economists has always been of Milton Friedman telling some hippie kid why communism just doesn't work. Economists with outdated sexist ideas may simply tell themselves that sexism is another one of those cases -- that only bold, ...

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