Economics on the web (29.8.09)

●  Gary Becker argues the Cash for Clunkers scheme is a bad idea at the wrong time

 

●  Ruth Lea looks at the prospects for economic recovery

 

●  John Redwood explains why the government cannot be trusted to run our roads

 

●  Joseph T. Salerno examines auction markets and optimally sticky prices

 

●  Jerzy Strzelecki on the School of Salamanca, central planning and the Federal Reserve

 

●  Valentin Zahrnt asks whether the Common Agricultural Policy is consistent with the ideals of a free society

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