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  1. Are There Grounds for Limiting Immigration?
    The Journal of Libertarian Studies, Summer 1998, pp. 137-152
  2. Are We Losing Our Farmland?
    The Public Interest, Spring 1982, pp. 49-62
  3. The Art of Forecasting
    A Wager
    Cato Journal, Spring-Summer 1994, pp. 159-162
  4. The Case for Greatly Increased Immigration
    The Public Interest, Winter 1991, pp. 89-103
  5. Chicken Little Was Wrong
    Seven of the most surprising trends of human progress.
    The American Spectator, February 2001, pp. 26-29
  6. Does Doom Loom?
    There's always been an abundance of resources. Is the party over?
    Reason, April 1984, pp. 31-34
  7. The Economic Consequences of Immigration (1990)
    7 Reviews, 3 Readable
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    Economics on Trial (Review)
    The Tyranny of Numbers, by Nicholas Eberstadt
    1. The Tyranny of Numbers by Nicholas Eberstadt
    The Freeman, October 1995, p. 672
  9. The Farmer and the Mall: Are American Farmlands Disappearing?
    The eco-freaks in our government say yes, but Julian L. Simon says beware of the next p...
    The American Spectator, August 1982, pp. 18-20
  10. Firm Size and Market Behavior (1980)
  11. The Global 2000 Controversy
    The Public Interest, Fall 1981, pp. 71-90
  12. Global Confusion 1980
    A Hard Look at the Global 2000 Report
    The Public Interest, Winter 1981, pp. 3-20
  13. Good Mood (1993)
    The New Psychology of Overcoming Depression
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  14. The Great Breakthrough and Its Cause (2001)
    Economics, Cognition, and Society
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  15. Hoodwinking the Nation (1999)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  16. How Do Immigrants Affect Us Economically? (1985)
    1 Review
  17. It's Getting Better All the Time (2000)
    100 Greatest Trends of the Last 100 Years
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  18. A Life Against the Grain (2003)
    The Autobiography of an Unconventional Economist
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  19. On Keynes as a Practical Economist
    Clever is as clever does
    The Freeman, August 1996, p. 548
  20. Population Matters (1990)
    People, Resources, Environment, and Immigration
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  21. The Price of Citizenship
    Auctioning Immigration Visas Helps Foreigners and Americans Alike
    Policy Review, Winter 1987, pp. 71-72
  22. The Resourceful Earth (1984)
    A Response to Global 2000
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  23. The Scarcity of Raw Materials
    A challenge to the conventional wisdom
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1981, pp. 33-40
  24. Scarcity or Abundance? (1994)
    A Debate on the Environment
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  25. Simon Strikes Back
    National Review, July 1, 1996, pp. 45-47
  26. A Solution for the Tenure Problem
    Cato Journal, Winter 1991, pp. 835-838
  27. The State of Humanity (1996)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  28. Theory of Population and Economic Growth (1986)
    1 Review
  29. Tired, Poor, on Welfare (Cont'd)
    You Can Bet on It
    National Review, April 3, 1995, p. 20
  30. The Ultimate Resource (1981)
    12 Reviews, 5 Readable
  31. The Unreported Revolution in Population Economics
    The Public Interest, Fall 1990, pp. 89-100
  32. What About Immigration?
    Immigration is good for ourselves at the same time that it is good for the immigrants. ...
    The Freeman, January 1986, pp. 8-16
  33. Why Control the Borders?
    National Review, February 1, 1993, pp. 27-28
  34. World Food Supplies
    The trend is up
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1981, pp. 72-76
  35. World Population Growth
    An anti-doomsday view
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1981, pp. 70-76
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