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Should Government Promote Entrepreneurship?

Big GovernmentThe EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog10/08/2012

That's the title of my talk tomorrow evening at the CEVRO Institut in Prague (5pm, Tuesday 9 October). You can probably anticipate the answer, but you have to come for the full explanation!

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The Division of Labor, Self-Serve Dog Wash Edition

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog08/16/2012

 

Dirty Hairy Dog Wash Daphne, Alabama

"The greater productivity of work under the division of labor is a unifying influence. It leads men to regard each other as comrades in a joint struggle for welfare, rather than as...

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Justice Prevails (At Least Regarding Chicken Salad)

Entrepreneurship

Blog01/12/2008

Some of you may remember Jeff Tucker's rightly indignant post about the woman (who calls herself "the chicken salad chick") who made delicious chicken salad out of her home, only to be ratted out by a competitor and forced to...

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Whoo hoo for Radiohead

Entrepreneurship

Blog01/10/2008

Victory for the idea that free downloads and purchased hard copy can be complements and not always substitutes. NYT : "In a twist for the music industry's digital revolution, "In Rainbows," the...

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Will Radiohead be able to sell what it has given away?

EntrepreneurshipValue and Exchange

Blog01/01/2008

Today the CD called "In Rainbows" by Radiohead (a British rock band) goes on sale, and the sales figures will provide an exhibit in the relationship between free downloads and retails sales. the...

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The Land of Free Stuff

Free MarketsEntrepreneurship

Blog12/23/2007

The Economist has an interesting story on how markets drive goods and services to zero price in the presence of relentless innovation — with the web as the example in question.

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Nothing New Under the Sun

U.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryEntrepreneurshipMonopoly and CompetitionValue and Exchange

Blog10/01/2007

There's no doubt that prosperity has smiled brighter and brighter on the last four generations. My grandparents, like many newly arrived from the Hell of Central Europe, lived in the attic above their ramshackle store. Their grandchildren however ramble around in what they would consider a...

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The Piracy Paradox

Capital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurshipProduction Theory

Blog09/20/2007

My post Knock It Off discusses Jacob Sullum's Reason article about knockoffs in the high-fashion industry, and the lobbying by designers for copyright-like protection of clothing designs. A recent article in The New Yorker,...

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Entrepreneurship, Arbitrage, and Capital

Calculation and KnowledgeCapital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurship

Blog08/18/2007

[Cross-posted at Organizations and Markets]

Over the years I'm increasingly convinced that Israel Kirzner's metaphor of entrepreneurship as costless discovery ...

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