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How Paper Money Led to the Mongol Conquest: Money and the Collapse of Song China
The Independent Review   9/1/2017
Peter St. Onge
The Quest for Good Governance: How Societies Develop Control of Corruption
The Independent Review   9/1/2017
Jamie Bologna Pavlik
For God and Profit: How Banking and Finance Can Serve the Common Good
The Independent Review   9/1/2017
Gerald P. Dwyer Jr.
The Great Tradeoff
The Independent Review   7/1/2017
Lotta Moberg
Incentives and Expectations: Community Relations and Recovery in Tamil Nadu after the Indian Ocean Tsunami
The Independent Review   7/1/2017
Nakul Kumar
Understanding Pope Francis: Argentina, Economic Failure, and the Teología del Pueblo
The Independent Review   1/1/2017
Samuel H. Gregg
Is China the Next Japan?
The Independent Review   9/1/2016
Roy C. Smith
If We Keep Our Ethical Wits, We Can See over into a Great Enrichment
The Independent Review   1/1/2016
Deirdre N. McCloskey
Art Carden
How China Became Capitalist
The Independent Review   1/1/2016
Andreas Stamate-Ștefan
The Poverty of Nations: A Sustainable Solution
The Independent Review   7/1/2015
John Lunn
“Foreign Policy and Domestic Policy Are but One System”: Mises on International Organizations and the World Trade Organization
The Independent Review   1/1/2015
Carmen Elena Dorobăț
A Proposal of Monetary Reform for Argentina: Flexible Dollarization and Free Banking
The Independent Review   1/1/2015
Nicolás Cachanosky
Adrián O. Ravier
The Unconstrained Vision of Nassim Taleb
The Independent Review   1/1/2015
Ryan H. Murphy
The Great Degeneration: How Institutions Decay and Economies Die
The Independent Review   10/1/2014
Samuel H. Gregg
Why Philanthropy Matters: How the Wealthy Give, and What It Means for Our Economic Well-Being
The Independent Review   10/1/2014
Gordon E. Shockley
Torpedo: Inventing the Military-Industrial Complex in the United States and Great Britain
The Independent Review   10/1/2014
Thomas K. Duncan
Ambition, a History: From Vice to Virtue
The Independent Review   10/1/2014
James A. Montanye
Ronald Coase: An Appreciation
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
John V. C. Nye
Exploring Capitalist Fiction: Business through Literature and Film
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
Allen Porter Mendenhall
The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble over Earth’s Future
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
Robert M. Whaples
Free Our Markets: A Citizens’ Guide to Essential Economics
The Independent Review   7/1/2014
Joseph Connors
Becoming Europe: Economic Decline, Culture, and How America Can Avoid a European Future
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
Robert M. Whaples
The Battle of Bretton Woods: John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order
The Independent Review   1/1/2014
William J. Luther
Market Reforms in India and the Quality of Economic Growth
The Independent Review   10/1/2013
G. P. Manish
The Agony of the Euro
The Independent Review   7/1/2013
Roy C. Smith
Fractional Reserves and Demand Deposits: Historical Evidence from an Unregulated Banking System
The Independent Review   7/1/2013
Malavika Nair
One Party, Many “Vassals”: Revival of Regionalism in China and Governance Challenges of the Party State
The Independent Review   7/1/2013
Weiqing Song
In the Shadow of Dr. Lueger: Vienna Notes of an Accidental Tourist
The Independent Review   7/1/2013
Andrei Znamenski
We Are Not Microprudentialists: A Skeptical View of Prudential Regulation to Deal with Systemic Externalities
The Independent Review   1/1/2013
Bogdan Glăvan
Flavia Anghel
Interregional Growth Divergence and Living Standards Convergence
The Independent Review   1/1/2013
Jean-Luc Migué
Gérard Bélanger
Most Economists Welcome Ideological Openness
The Independent Review   10/1/2012
Daniel B. Klein
William L. Davis
Bob G. Figgins
David Hendengren
Mind vs. Money: The War Between Intellectuals and Capitalism
The Independent Review   7/1/2012
David Gordon
Hunters-Gatherers: The Original Libertarians
The Independent Review   4/1/2012
Thomas Mayor
Paul Piccone as Libertarian?: A Canadian Proof and Rothbardian Critique
The Independent Review   4/1/2012
Michael McConkey
Real Incentives for Real Reform: Inducing Meaningful Institutional Change in Developing Economics
The Independent Review   4/1/2012
Joshua P. Hill
The Law of National Guaranteed Banks in Argentina, 1887–1890: Free-Banking Failure or Regulatory Failure?
The Independent Review   4/1/2012
Nicolás Cachanosky
Animal Spirits and Regime Uncertainty
The Independent Review   4/1/2012
J. Robert Subrick
Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Can’t Explain the Modern World
The Independent Review   1/1/2012
Donald J. Boudreaux
Central Economic Planning and India’s Economic Performance, 1951–1965
The Independent Review   10/1/2011
G. P. Manish
Fiscal Illusion and Fiscal Obfuscation: Tax Perception in Sweden
The Independent Review   10/1/2011
Tino Sanandaji
Björn Wallace
Fair Trade Without the Froth: A Dispassionate Economic Analysis of “Fair Trade”
The Independent Review   10/1/2011
Karol C. Boudreaux
The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia
The Independent Review   6/1/2011
Thomas J. Thompson
Ben Bernanke versus Milton Friedman: The Federal Reserve’s Emergence as the U.S. Economy’s Central Planner
The Independent Review   3/8/2011
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
The Tragedy of the Euro
The Independent Review   3/8/2011
Philipp Bagus
Public Policy, Human Instincts, and Economic Growth
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
Jonathan B. Wight
Why Not Socialism?
The Independent Review   1/1/2011
James R. Otteson Jr.
Recession and Recovery: Six Fundamental Errors of the Current Orthodoxy
The Independent Review   1/1/2010
Robert Higgs
Why Are There So Few Female Top Executives in Egalitarian Welfare States?
The Independent Review   10/1/2009
Magnus Henrekson
Mikael Stenkula
Letter to the Editor
The Independent Review   10/1/2009
Paul Craig Roberts
With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Aiding the World's Worst Dictators
The Independent Review   7/1/2009
Christopher J. Coyne


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