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Jason Morgan

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Jason Morgan is a 2016 Mises Institute Fellow

Research areas: law and society movement in late-19th and early-to-mid-20th century Japan, with concentration on Suehro Izutaro, the father of Japanese labor law who worked to reform the court system in order to bring about a more equitable system of justice; the use of Austrian economics to provide substantive answers to questions about natural law in history; to show that libertarian ideas can work in any cultural context.

Current affiliation: University of Wisconsin, Madison

Future plans: to become a professor of history at the university level.

Previous Mises Institute events:

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Confucian Capitalism: Shibusawa Eiichi, Business Ethics, and Economic Development in Meiji Japan

World HistoryOther Schools of Thought

06/19/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Jason Morgan reviews John Sagers' book on Shibusawa Eiichi, often called the "father of Japanese capitalism." Was Shibusawa truly a capitalist, or just a "crony capitalist"?
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When Science Isn't Science

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog01/24/2019

Many modern scientists simply follow in the footsteps of Jacques Cousteau who once opined that “world population must be stabilized and to do that we must eliminate 350,000 people per day.”

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Review: The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2017

The Environment

12/18/2018Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
T he Earth’s climate is extraordinarily complex. We need facts and dispassionate interpretation not quacks or snake oil salesmen who see science as a bandwagon.
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Creating Order without the State

Free MarketsPolitical Theory

11/10/2017Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Edward Stringham shows us how private groups can provide the rules and order necessary for a prosperous society.
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How to Make Higher Education Affordable

EducationPolitical Theory

Blog11/06/2016

Ending the taxpayer-funded gravy train for colleges will force them to cater to students instead of to the special interests that now control them.

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