Tag Archives: Peter C. Earle

…is not being talked about. Or so Oscar Wilde used to say. According to some reading I’ve been doing lately, however, that may not be entirely true. At least, not when it comes to the economic growth of small territories …

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m4s0n501 Peter C. Earle provides a fantastic analysis of poker’s surge in popularity over the 2000s, showing that it tracks closely with the boom-and-bust cycle of the same era. The 2003 to 2007 poker boom is deftly explained by application …

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Two Fantastic Articles from the Mises Institute Online

In the past two days, the Mises Institute online has published two of their best daily articles that I have seen in a long time. The first article, entitled “Anarchy in the Aachen” by Peter C. Earle, deals with a … Continue reading

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The Austrians are making it too easy. Peter C. Earle takes a look at Paul Krugman’s claim, made in the “Paul vs. Paul” debate on Bloomberg with Dr. Ron Paul (mentioned in several of my posts below), that he is …

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