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Framework for a Global Patent Market

Framework for a Global Patent Market

In the World Economic Forum, Eskil Ullberg, adjunct professor of economics, writes an op-ed with Edmund Phelps, Nobel laureate in economics 2006. They discuss how a rules-based global trade system for patents could improve productivity growth for developed and developing countries alike.

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Erosion of the Constitution

Erosion of the Constitution

In 1993, Dr. Walter Williams, John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics and 1986 Nobel Economist Dr. James Buchanan discussed the legitimate role of government in society in this Idea Channel Discussion episode.

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The comeback of the classical liberal

The comeback of the classical liberal

A Politico Magazine article discusses the origins and comeback of the classical liberal. Mentioned in the article, Professor Dan Klein gives insight into the "libertarian moment" and how this impacted the movement of classical liberalism.

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Answering a Classical Question

Answering a Classical Question

Timothy Taylor, managing editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives, comments on Peter Boettke's Presidential Address given to the Southern Economic Association. Taylor discusses Boettke's speech in the context of answering the question: does government empower or stifle?

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