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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 9 Years, 22 Issues, 465 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1981 = 1 Issue, 15 Articles
      1. [+]
        Fall 1981 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Energy Considerations in United States Foreign Policy by Hendrik S. Houthakker, pp. 313-338
        2. Taxation and Income Redistribution by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 339-372
        3. The Public and Private Interest in Wilderness Protection by William C. Dennis, pp. 373-390
        4. Competing for the Rental Value of Federal Land by Gary D. Libecap, pp. 391-404
        5. Proportionality, Justice, and the Value-Added Tax by Charles W. Baird, pp. 405-420
        6. Responsible Individuals and the Nation's Energy Future by Richard Stroup and John Baden, pp. 421-438
        7. Resolving the Tragedy of the Commons by Creating Private Property Rights in Wildlife by Robert J. Smith, pp. 439-468
        8. "Resolving the Tragedy of the Commons" by Walter N. Thurman, pp. 469-472
        9. Parks, Property Rights, and the Possibilities of the Private Law by James P. Beckwith, Jr., pp. 473-500
        10. Toward a Free Market in Forest Resources by Charles R. Batten, pp. 501-518
        11. The Myth of Neutral Taxation by Murray N. Rothbard, pp. 519-564
        12. Public Goods and the Theory of Government by Joseph P. Kalt, pp. 565-584
        13. Bureaucratic Incentives, Social Efficiency, and the Conflict in Federal Land Policy by Mack Ott, pp. 585-608
        14. United States Energy Policy by Edward W. Erickson, pp. 609-628
        15. Communications, pp. 629-638
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 3 Issues, 55 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1982 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. The Privatization Debate by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 653-662
        2. On Divestiture and the Creation of Property Rights in Public Lands by Vernon L. Smith, pp. 663-686
        3. Comment by Dolores T. Martin, pp. 687-690
        4. Endowment Areas by Richard L. Stroup and John Baden, pp. 691-708
        5. The Suburban Squeeze by David E. Dowall, pp. 709-734
        6. Comment by Robert W. Poole, Jr., pp. 735-738
        7. Agricultural Land Protection by E.C. Pasour, Jr., pp. 739-758
        8. Institutional Underpinnings of the Water Crisis by Terry L. Anderson, pp. 759-792
        9. Developing the Mineral Resources of the Seabed by Doug Bandow, pp. 793-822
        10. Sentiment, Guilt, and Reason in the Management of Wild Herds by Garrett Hardin, pp. 823-834
        11. Comment by John W. Sommer, pp. 835-842
        12. Is "Supply-Side" Economics Enough? by Karl Brunner, pp. 843-850
        13. Reflections on Supply-Side Economics by Morgan O. Reynolds, pp. 851-864
        14. Trade Adjustment Assistance by James A. Dorn, pp. 865-913
      2. [+]
        Spring 1982 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-8
        2. The Principles of Environmental Protection by Richard Epstein, pp. 9-38
        3. Comment by Ronald Hamowy, pp. 39-44
        4. Comment by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., pp. 45-54
        5. Law, Property Rights, and Air Pollution by Murray Rothbard, pp. 55-100
        6. Legal Issues in Pollution-Engendered Torts by Robert K. Best and James I. Collins, pp. 101-136
        7. Evidentiary Problems in Pollution-Engendered Torts by Sidney Shindell, pp. 137-156
        8. Comment by Randy Barnett, pp. 157-164
        9. Can Water Pollution Policy be Efficient? by Jerome W. Milliman, pp. 165-196
        10. Comment by Terry L. Anderson, pp. 197-200
        11. Comment by Peter J. Hill, pp. 201-204
        12. Pollution Externalities by Peter Lewin, pp. 205-230
        13. Imposed Risk Controversies by Gerald L. Sauer, pp. 231-250
        14. Comment by James L. Johnston, pp. 251-254
        15. Radiation Pollution and Cancer by Bernard L. Cohen, pp. 255-274
        16. Comment by Lynn Anspaugh, pp. 275-278
        17. Cost-Benefit Analysis, Environmentalism, and Rights by Richard N. Langlois, pp. 279-300
        18. Comment by Charles W. Baird, pp. 301-304
        19. Pollution as Moral Coercion by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 305-326
        20. Comment by Manuel S. Klausner, pp. 327-341
      3. [+]
        Fall 1982 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 335-338
        2. The Zoning of Enterprise by Edward C. Banfield, pp. 339-350
        3. Comment by Claude E. Barfield, pp. 351-354
        4. Comment by Jennifer Roback, pp. 355-360
        5. The Rationale for Enterprise Zones by Peter J. Ferrara, pp. 361-372
        6. The Enterprise Zone as a Political Animal by Stuart M. Butler, pp. 373-386
        7. Comment by John Rees, pp. 387-390
        8. Enterprise Zones by Otto A. Davis and Denise Dipasquale, pp. 391-406
        9. Comment by Wayne E. Ruhter, pp. 407-410
        10. Urban Housing Programs by John C. Weicher, pp. 411-436
        11. "Plastic" Land in the Post-Industrial Era by Donald A. Hicks, pp. 437-468
        12. Comment by Robert W. Poole, Jr., pp. 469-472
        13. The New Federalism by Wallace E. Oates, pp. 473-488
        14. Comment by Randy E. Barnett, pp. 489-500
        15. The Post-Interventionist City by John W. Sommer, pp. 501-534
        16. Comment by M.L. Greenhut, pp. 535-542
        17. Cancer's Uncertainties and Public Policy by William R. Havender and Elizabeth M. Whelan, pp. 543-564
        18. Chemical and Nuclear Waste Disposal by James P. Murray, Joseph J. Harrington, and Richard Wilson, ..., pp. 565-606
        19. The Political Economy of Corporate Welfare by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. Dilorenzo, pp. 607-618
        20. Compulsory Unionism and the Free-Rider Doctrine by John C. Moorhouse, pp. 619-636
        21. Budgetary Referenda by Roger A. Arnold and Thomas L. Wyrick, pp. 637-660
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 2 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1983 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. International Trade and National Prosperity by Charles P. Kindleberger, pp. 623-638
        2. Comment by Edward Tower, pp. 639-644
        3. Realism and Free-Trade Policy by Leland B. Yeager and David G. Tuerck, pp. 645-666
        4. Comment by Ronald A. Krieger, pp. 667-672
        5. Protectionism, the Welfare State and the Third World by Melvyn Krauss, pp. 673-678
        6. U.S. Trade Policy: History and Evidence by Victor A. Canto, pp. 679-696
        7. Comment by Sidney L. Jones, pp. 697-704
        8. Do Trade Deficits Matter? by Paul Heyne, pp. 705-716
        9. U.S. Trade Policy and National Security by Thomas D. Willett and Mehrdad Jalalighajar, pp. 717-728
        10. Comment by Earl C. Ravenal, pp. 729-742
        11. The Political Economy of Trade Policy by J. Michael Finger, pp. 743-750
        12. Comment by Subroto Roy, pp. 751-756
        13. U.S.-Japanese Trade: Myths and Realities by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 757-770
        14. Comment by Gary Hufbauer, pp. 771-776
        15. The High Cost of Protectionism by Murray L. Weidenbaum, pp. 777-792
        16. Constitutional Reform by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 793-810
        17. Instream Flows by Thomas Greider, pp. 811-830
        18. Deregulating Electric Utilities by Douglas A. Houston, pp. 831-854
        19. Information by E.C. Pasour, Jr., pp. 855-868
        20. Privatization, Justice and Markets by Richard Auster, pp. 869-872
        21. Reply by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 873-874
        22. A Note on Law, Property Rights, and Air Pollution by John R. Lott, pp. 875-878
        23. [+]
          The Supply-Side Solution by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 879-881 - 1 Review
          1. The Supply-Side Solution by Bruce Bartlett and Timothy P. Roth
        24. [+]
          Development Without Aid by Doug Bandow, pp. 882-900 - 1 Review
          1. Development Without Aid by Melvyn B. Krauss
      2. [+]
        Fall 1983 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 335-338
        2. Social Security Survival by James M. Buchanan, pp. 339-354
        3. Comment by Mancur Olson, pp. 355-360
        4. The Economics and Politics of the Emergence of Social Security by Carolyn L. Weaver, pp. 361-380
        5. Comment by Edgar K. Browning, pp. 381-384
        6. Comment by Edward J. Harpham, pp. 385-392
        7. Social Security by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 393-402
        8. The National Commission's Failure to Achieve Real Reform by A. Haeworth Robertson, pp. 403-416
        9. Individual Gains and Losses from Social Security before and after the 1983 Amendments by Anthony Pellechio and Gordon Goodfellow, pp. 417-442
        10. A Constitutionalist Approach to Social Security Reform by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 443-460
        11. Comment by Rudolph G. Penner, pp. 461-466
        12. Social Security by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 467-478
        13. Comment by Joseph A. Pechman, pp. 479-482
        14. Comment by Colin D. Campbell, pp. 483-488
        15. Criteria for Reforming Social Security by David Ranson, pp. 489-506
        16. Comment by A. Haeworth Robertson, pp. 507-512
        17. Misdirection of Labor and Capital under Social Security by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 513-530
        18. Comment by Gary T. Burtless, pp. 531-536
        19. Supply-Side Effects of Social Insurance by Norman B. Ture, pp. 537-546
        20. Achieving Social Security Reform by Stuart Butler and Peter Germanis, pp. 547-556
        21. Comment by Marilyn R. Flowers, pp. 557-562
        22. Private Alternatives to Social Security by John C. Goodman, pp. 563-574
        23. Comment by Don Bellante, pp. 575-580
        24. Funded Social Security by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 581-602
        25. Comment by Roger Pilon, pp. 603-608
        26. The Prospect of Real Reform by Peter J. Ferrara, pp. 609-633
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 2 Issues, 48 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1984 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-12
        2. In Memory of Robert E. Weintraub by David I. Meiselman, pp. 13-20
        3. International Debt by Robert E. Weintraub, pp. 21-62
        4. The International Debt Problem by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 63-70
        5. World Debt and Monetary Order by James B. Burnham, pp. 71-80
        6. U.S. Macroeconomic Policy and Third World Debt by Michael Mussa, pp. 81-96
        7. Comment by Karl Brunner, pp. 97-104
        8. Regulatory Aspects of the World Debt Problem by A. James Meigs, pp. 105-124
        9. Comment by H. Robert Heller, pp. 125-130
        10. Restoring Credibility to International Lending by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 131-140
        11. Comment by William R. Cline, pp. 141-146
        12. The Political Economy of International Lending by Paul De Grauwe and Michele Fratianni, pp. 147-170
        13. Comment by Larry A. Sjaastad, pp. 171-176
        14. Comment by Rimmer de Vries, pp. 177-184
        15. Safety-Net Mechanisms by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. and Eugenie D. Short, ..., pp. 185-204
        16. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 205-210
        17. The Politics of IMF Lending by Fred L. Smith, Jr., pp. 211-242
        18. Comment by Robert Solomon, pp. 243-248
        19. International Debt, Bank Failures, and the Money Supply by Roland Vaubel, pp. 249-268
        20. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 269-274
        21. The Lender of Last Resort by Thomas M. Humphrey and Robert E. Keleher, pp. 275-318
        22. Comment by David I. Meiselman, pp. 319-322
        23. The Impoverishing Effects of Foreign Aid by Manuel F. Ayau, pp. 323-334
        24. Comment by Sven Arndt, pp. 335-338
        25. Comment by J. Richard Zecher, pp. 339-342
        26. Country Debt Problems by Carlos Ceraldo Langoni, pp. 343-354
        27. Economic Policy for a Stable World Order by Jan Tumlir, pp. 355-375
      2. [+]
        Fall 1984 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 365-380
        2. A "Supply-Side" Industrial Policy by William A. Niskanen, pp. 381-386
        3. U.S. Economic Policy and Productivity Growth by John W. Kendrick, pp. 387-400
        4. Comment by Alvin Rabushka, pp. 401-406
        5. Economic Planning and the Knowledge Problem by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 407-418
        6. Comment by Leonid Hurwicz, pp. 419-426
        7. The Incentive to Innovate Under Alternative Property Rights by Steve Pejovich, pp. 427-446
        8. Comment by Deborah Duff Milenkovitch, pp. 447-456
        9. Two Varieties of Industrial Policy by Don Lavoie, pp. 457-484
        10. Industrial Policy in Hungary by Josef C. Brada, pp. 485-506
        11. Comment by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 507-510
        12. Comment by Janos Horvath, pp. 511-520
        13. Japanese Economic Success by Katsuro Sakoh, pp. 521-544
        14. Comment by Philip H. Trezise, pp. 545-548
        15. The Constitutional Chaos of Industrial Policy by Edwin Vieira, Jr., pp. 549-586
        16. The Political Economy of National Industrial Policy by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 587-608
        17. Breaking the Barriers to U.S. Economic Growth by John M. Albertine, pp. 609-618
        18. Comment by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 619-624
        19. Is Industrial Innovation Destroying Jobs? by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 625-644
        20. Comment by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 645-650
        21. The Case Against "Industrial Policy" by James C. Miller III, pp. 651-669
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 3 Issues, 71 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1985 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 661-688
        2. Economic Liberties and the Constitution by Bernard H. Siegan, pp. 689-702
        3. Economic Affairs as Human Affairs by Antonin Scalia, pp. 703-710
        4. Judicial Review by Richard A. Epstein, pp. 711-718
        5. Judicial Control of the Political Branches by Peter H. Aranson, pp. 719-782
        6. A Property Rights Approach to Judicial Decision Making by Wesley J. Liebeler, pp. 783-804
        7. Comment by Louis De Alessi, pp. 805-812
        8. Legislative Activism, Judicial Activism, and the Decline of Private Sovereignty by Roger Pilon, pp. 813-834
        9. Public Use by Ellen Frankel Paul, pp. 835-852
        10. Judicial Pragmactivism by Randy E. Barnett, pp. 853-864
        11. Rules versus Cost-Benefit Analysis in the Common Law by Mario J. Rizzo, pp. 865-884
        12. Comment by Glen O. Robinson, pp. 885-892
        13. Comment by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 893-896
        14. The FTC and Voluntary Standards by James C. Miller III, pp. 897-904
        15. Public Choice and Antitrust by Robert D. Tollison, pp. 905-916
        16. Comment by Kenneth G. Elzinga, pp. 917-924
        17. Comment by D.T. Armentano, pp. 925-932
        18. Insider Trading and Property Rights in New Information by Henry G. Manne, pp. 933-944
        19. Comment by Homer Kripke, pp. 945-958
        20. Mistaken Judicial Activism by Simon Rottenberg, pp. 959-974
        21. Comment by Charles J. Goetz, pp. 975-989
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1985 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Have Antipoverty Programs Increased Poverty? by James Gwartney and Thomas S. McCaleb, pp. 1-16
        2. The Politics of Poverty and the Poverty of Politics by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 17-36
        3. The Poverty of Nations by Karl Brunner, pp. 37-50
        4. Property Rights, Land Reform, and Economic Well-Being by Victor A. Canto, pp. 51-66
        5. Resources, People, and the Neomalthusian Fallacy by David Osterfeld, pp. 67-102
        6. A Public Choice View of the Minimum Wage by Thomas Rustici, pp. 103-132
        7. In Defense of the Invisible Hand by Norman P. Barry, pp. 133-148
        8. End the Postal Monopoly by James C. Miller III, pp. 149-156
        9. Is Social Security Politically Untouchable? by Loren E. Lomasky, pp. 157-176
        10. The Safety and Efficacy of New Drug Approval by Dale H. Gieringer, pp. 177-202
        11. Labor Law and the First Amendment by Charles W. Baird, pp. 203-218
        12. Deregulating Urban Transportation by Robert Cervero, pp. 219-238
        13. Job Protection in Urban Mass Transit by Simon Rottenberg, pp. 239-258
        14. Rights, Contract, and Utility in Policy Espousal by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 259-294
        15. Life in the Gulag by Gary M. Anderson and Robert D. Tollison, pp. 295-304
        16. State Education by Jack High, pp. 305-324
        17. Privatization by Stuart Butler, pp. 325-336
        18. The National Budget Referendum by Bruce R. Bolnick, pp. 337-344
        19. Reply by Roger A. Arnold and Thomas L. Wyrick, pp. 345-350
        20. [+]
          Political Economy and Freedom by Gertrude E. Schroeder, pp. 351-352 - 1 Review
          1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and Paul C. Roberts, ...
        21. [+]
          Power and Privilege: Labor Unions in America by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 353-356 - 1 Review
          1. Power and Privilege by Morgan O. Reynolds
        22. [+]
          The Theory of Public Choice-II by Marilyn R. Flowers, pp. 357-370 - 1 Review
          1. Theory of Public Choice II by James M. Buchanan
      3. [+]
        Fall 1985 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 361-384
        2. Normative and Positive Foundations of Tax Reform by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 385-400
        3. Comment by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 401-406
        4. Is the Flat Tax a Radical Idea? by James Gwartney and James Long, pp. 407-432
        5. Comment by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 433-436
        6. Semantics of the Flat Rate Tax and Tax Reform by Joseph J. Minarik, pp. 437-448
        7. Comment by Richard L. Stroup, pp. 449-454
        8. The Economics and Politics of Tax Reform by Richard Gephardt, pp. 455-464
        9. The Route to a Progressive Flat Tax by Robert E. Hall and Alvin Rabushka, pp. 465-476
        10. Comment by Eric W. Cook, pp. 477-480
        11. A Fair, Simple, and Pro-Growth Tax Reform by Jack Kemp, pp. 481-498
        12. President Reagan's Modified Flat Tax by Manuel H. Johnson, pp. 499-520
        13. The Flat Tax, Negative Tax, and VAT by Ray E. Canterbery, Eric W. Cook, and Bernard A. Schmitt, ..., pp. 521-536
        14. Comment by John B. Egger, pp. 537-542
        15. Some International Comparisons of Supply-Side Tax Policy by Alan Reynolds, pp. 543-570
        16. Federal Tax Reform by Richard Vedder, pp. 571-590
        17. Comment by Randall G. Holcombe, pp. 591-596
        18. Impact of Federal Tax Reform on State-Local Finances by Thomas R. Dye, pp. 597-608
        19. Comment by Susan B. Hansen, pp. 609-612
        20. Public Choice Perspectives on the Flat Tax Follies by Thomas S. McCaleb, pp. 613-624
        21. Comment by Marilyn R. Flowers, pp. 625-628
        22. Why Not a True Flat Rate Tax? by Edgar K. Browning and Jacquelene M. Browning, pp. 629-650
        23. Comment by Pamela P. Peterson, pp. 651-656
        24. Abolishing the Postal Monopoly by Douglas K. Adie, pp. 657-662
        25. [+]
          Privatizing Federal Spending by E.S. Savas, pp. 663-664 - 1 Review
          1. Privatizing Federal Spending by Stuart M. Butler
        26. [+]
          Blueprints for Basic Tax Reform, 2d ed. by John B. Egger, pp. 665-667 - 1 Review
          1. Blueprints for Basic Tax Reform by David F. Bradford
        27. [+]
          Theology, Third World Development and Economic Justice by Robert A. Rogowsky, pp. 668-670 - 1 Review
          1. Theology, Third World Development and Economic Justice by Walter Block and Donald Shaw
        28. [+]
          Deregulating the Airlines by Con Hitchcock, pp. 671-685 - 1 Review
          1. Deregulating the Airlines by Elizabeth E. Bailey, David R. Graham, and Daniel P. Kaplan, ...
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1986 = 2 Issues, 50 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1986 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 675-684
        2. Monetary Control and the Political Business Cycle by William Poole, pp. 685-700
        3. Comment by David I. Meiselman, pp. 701-708
        4. Deficits, Interest Rates, and Monetary Policy by Karl Brunner, pp. 709-726
        5. Comment by Ben E. Laden, pp. 727-732
        6. Monetary Policy as a Fiscal Instrument by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 733-742
        7. Institutional Evolution of Federal Reserve Hegemony by Richard H. Timberlake, pp. 743-764
        8. Comment by David I. Fand, pp. 765-770
        9. Inherent Conflicts of U.S. Monetary Policymaking by Lawrence K. Roos, pp. 771-776
        10. How the Fed Crowded Out Reagan's Economic Policy by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 777-786
        11. A Proposal to Clarify the Fed's Policy Mandate by Robert P. Black, pp. 787-796
        12. A Congressional Mandate for Monetary Policy by Robert L. Hetzel, pp. 797-820
        13. Comment by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 821-824
        14. Stabilizing the Dollar in a Global Economy by Marc A. Miles, pp. 825-842
        15. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 843-848
        16. The Knowledge Problem under Alternative Monetary Regimes by William N. Butos, pp. 849-872
        17. Comment by Edward J. Green, pp. 873-876
        18. Inherent Instability in Banking by Arthur J. Rolnick and Warren E. Weber, pp. 877-890
        19. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 891-898
        20. Historical Insights into the Deregulation of Money and Banking by Donald R. Wells and L.S. Scruggs, pp. 899-910
        21. Monetary Control by Ulrich Kohli and Georg Rich, pp. 911-926
        22. Currency Competition versus Governmental Money Monopolies by Roland Vaubel, pp. 927-942
        23. Comment by Phillip Cagan, pp. 943-948
        24. Rational Optimizing, Monetary Theory, and Welfare by William Walter Brown and Gary J. Santoni, pp. 949-956
        25. [+]
          Financial Reform in the 1980s by Catherine England, pp. 957-958 - 1 Review
          1. Financial Reform in the 1980's by Thomas F. Cargill and Gillian G. Garcia
        26. [+]
          Inside the Fed: Making Monetary Policy by Gillian Garcia, pp. 959-961 - 1 Review
          1. Inside the Fed by William Melton
        27. [+]
          Competition Policy and the Professions by Simon Rottenberg, pp. 962-971 - 1 Review
          1. Competition Policy and the Professions by The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, ...
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1986 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-18
        2. Losing Ground Two Years Later by Charles Murray, pp. 19-30
        3. Welfare Dynamics and the Nature of Need by Greg J. Duncan and Saul D. Hoffman, pp. 31-54
        4. Transfers and Poverty by June O'Neill, pp. 55-76
        5. Comment by Janet E. Kodras, pp. 77-84
        6. The Cost of Reducing Economic Inequality by Edgar K. Browning and William R. Johnson, pp. 85-110
        7. Transfers, Equality, and the Limits of Public Policy by James Gwartney and Richard Stroup, pp. 111-138
        8. Comment by Mark Lilla, pp. 139-142
        9. Transitional Gains and Transfers by Gordon Tullock, pp. 143-154
        10. Wealth Transfers in a Rent-Seeking Polity by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 155-172
        11. Economic Rents as a Barrier to Deregulation by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 173-194
        12. Intergenerational Transfers and Super IRAs by Peter J. Ferrara, pp. 195-220
        13. Comment by A. Haeworth Robertson, pp. 221-228
        14. The Political Economy of Work-for-Welfare by S. Anna Kondratas, pp. 229-244
        15. Comment by William A. Darity, Jr. and Samuel L. Myers, Jr., ..., pp. 245-250
        16. Farm Commodity Programs as Income Transfers by Bruce Gardner, pp. 251-262
        17. Comment by E.C. Pasour, Jr., pp. 263-270
        18. Regulatory Transfers in Canadian/American Agriculture by Bruce L. Benson and M.D. Faminow, pp. 271-294
        19. Targeted Capital Subsidies and Economic Welfare by Gary Fournier and David Rasmussen, pp. 295-312
        20. Comment by J. Ronnie Davis, pp. 313-316
        21. Constraining the Transfer Society by Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, pp. 317-340
        22. Comment by Thomas S. McCaleb, pp. 341-346
        23. A Constitutional Approach to Taxes and Transfers by William A. Niskanen, pp. 347-357
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 3 Issues, 58 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1987 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Mismeasuring Poverty and Progress by John C. Weicher, pp. 715-730
        2. Loss of Textile and Apparel Jobs by Richard B. McKenzie and Stephen D. Smith, pp. 731-746
        3. National Emergency and the Erosion of Private Property Rights by Robert Higgs and Charlotte Twight, pp. 747-774
        4. Environmental Risk Management through Insurance by Martin T. Katzman, pp. 775-800
        5. Interest Groups and the Antitrust Paradox by Bruce L. Benson, M.L. Greenhut, and Randall G. Holcombe, ..., pp. 801-818
        6. Interstate Trade Barriers and the Constitution by Steven G. Craig and Joel W. Sailors, pp. 819-836
        7. West Germany's Economic Policy by Peter Trapp, pp. 837-850
        8. Economic Significance of British Labor Law Reform by Charles G. Hanson, pp. 851-868
        9. Ethnic Utopianism and Market Reality in South Africa by Nelson Reid and Gary Lowe, pp. 869-888
        10. Establishing Property Rights in Outer Space by Joel D. Scheraga, pp. 889-904
        11. The Public Domain and Nineteenth Century Transfer Policy by Gary M. Anderson and Dolores T. Martin, pp. 905-924
        12. Don't Revise the Clayton Act, Scrap It! by William F. Shughart II, pp. 925-932
        13. Labor Law and Labor-Management Cooperation by Charles W. Baird, pp. 933-950
        14. [+]
          Perspectives on Safe and Sound Banking by Gillian Garcia and Kim Staking, pp. 951-953 - 1 Review
          1. Perspectives on Safe and Sound Banking by George J. Benston, Robert A. Eisenbeis, and Paul M. Horvitz, ...
        15. [+]
          Superfairness by Philip Porter, pp. 954-959 - 1 Review
          1. Superfairness by William J. Baumol
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1987 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-20
        2. Peter Bauer by Basil S. Yamey, pp. 21-28
        3. The Disregard of Reality by Peter Bauer, pp. 29-42
        4. Markets, Mandarins, and Mathematicians by Deepak Lal, pp. 43-70
        5. Comment by Alan Walters, pp. 71-76
        6. Diseconomies of Scale and Development by Mancur Olson, pp. 77-98
        7. Economic Growth and the Property Rights Regime by Alan Rufus Waters, pp. 99-116
        8. Comment by Gabriel Roth, pp. 117-120
        9. Taxation, Economic Growth, and Liberty by Alvin Rabushka, pp. 121-148
        10. Comment by Keith Marsden, pp. 149-152
        11. Economic Inequality and the Quest for Social Justice by Karl Brunner, pp. 153-158
        12. Population Growth, Economic Growth, and Foreign Aid by Julian L. Simon, pp. 159-186
        13. Comment by D. Gale Johnson, pp. 187-194
        14. Economic Atrophy in Black Africa by George B.N. Ayittey, pp. 195-222
        15. Comment by Peter Kilby, pp. 223-230
        16. Third World Debt by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 231-240
        17. The Mischief of Moving Average Pricing by Alan Walters, pp. 241-248
        18. The Rhetoric of Economic Development by Donald N. McCloskey, pp. 249-254
        19. Are Teleological Rights Theories Utilitarian? by Tibor R. Machan, pp. 255-258
        20. On Leland Yeager's Utilitarianism by Hartmut Kliemt, pp. 259-268
        21. Reply to Professors Machan and Kliemt by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 269-272
        22. Durable Tax Reform by William F. Shughart II, pp. 273-286
      3. [+]
        Fall 1987 Issue = 21 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 283-304
        2. Justification of the Compound Republic by James M. Buchanan, pp. 305-312
        3. The Calculus: Postscript after 25 Years by Gordon Tullock, pp. 313-322
        4. Comment by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 323-330
        5. The Calculus of Consent and the Constitution of Capitalism by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 331-336
        6. The Politics of Constitutional Choice by Thomas R. Dye, pp. 337-344
        7. Procedural and Substantive Constitutional Protection of Economic Liberties by Peter H. Aranson, pp. 345-376
        8. Federalism: A Market Economics Perspective by Robert L. Bish, pp. 377-396
        9. Comment by David W. Rasmussen, pp. 397-402
        10. Reflections on Freedom, Fairness, and the Constitution by Richard L. Stroup, pp. 403-410
        11. The Public Trust Doctrine by Richard A. Epstein, pp. 411-430
        12. Rent Seeking and Rent Dissipation by Marilyn R. Flowers, pp. 431-440
        13. Regulation of Insider Trading by William A. Kelly, Jr., Clark Nardinelli, and Myles S. Wallace, ..., pp. 441-448
        14. Tort Reform and the Market-Share Rule by Clifton Perry, pp. 449-460
        15. Judicial Immunity vs. Due Process by Robert Craig Waters, pp. 461-474
        16. Why Is Education Publicly Provided? A Critical Survey by John R. Lott, Jr., pp. 475-502
        17. Support of the Elderly before the Depression by Carolyn L. Weaver, pp. 503-526
        18. The Political Economy of Acid Rain by Richard Meyer and Bruce Yandle, pp. 527-546
        19. [+]
          A Conflict of Visions by Viktor Vanberg, pp. 547-550 - 1 Review
          1. A Conflict of Visions by Thomas Sowell
        20. [+]
          The Catholic Bishops and the Economy: A Debate by Paul Heyne, p. 551 - 1 Review
          1. The Catholic Bishops and the Economy by Douglas Rasmussen and James Sterba
        21. [+]
          Impulse to Revolution in Latin America by Ted Galen Carpenter, pp. 552-559 - 1 Review
          1. Impulse to Revolution in Latin America by Jeffrey W. Barrett
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 3 Issues, 62 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1988 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Editor's Note, pp. 555-558
        2. Bank Runs: Causes, Benefits, and Costs by George G. Kaufman, pp. 559-588
        3. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 589-594
        4. A Public Choice Perspective of the Banking Act of 1933 by William F. Shughart II, pp. 595-614
        5. Comment by Richard H. Timberlake, pp. 615-620
        6. Accommodating Changes in the Relative Demand for Currency by George A. Selgin, pp. 621-642
        7. Automatic Stabilizing Mechanisms under Free Banking by Kevin Dowd, pp. 643-660
        8. Deposit Insurance in Theory and Practice by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., pp. 661-676
        9. Comment by William S. Haraf, pp. 677-682
        10. A Transaction Cost Analysis of Banking Activity and Deposit Insurance by Susan Woodward, pp. 683-700
        11. The Role of the Federal Reserve in Reserve Requirement Regulation by Mark Toma, pp. 701-718
        12. Comment by Marvin Goodfriend, pp. 719-726
        13. The FSLIC Is "Broke" in More Ways than One by Gillian Garcia, pp. 727-742
        14. Can Banking and Commerce Mix? by Thomas F. Huertas, pp. 743-762
        15. Comment by Robert A. Eisenbeis, pp. 763-770
        16. Agency Costs and Unregulated Banks by Catherine England, pp. 771-798
        17. Comment by A. James Meigs, pp. 799-802
        18. Reuniting Investment and Commercial Banking by Robert E. Litan, pp. 803-827
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1988 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Market Failure and Political Failure by James M. Buchanan, pp. 1-14
        2. Ideology and Political/Economic Institutions by Douglass C. North, pp. 15-28
        3. Contract, Utility, and the Evaluation of Institutions by J. Charles King, pp. 29-52
        4. Democracy, Interest Groups, and the Price of Votes by Gary M. Anderson and Robert D. Tollison, pp. 53-70
        5. Visual Artists' Rights Act of 1987 by Ben W. Bolch, William W. Damon, and C. Elton Hinshaw, ..., pp. 71-78
        6. Hard Coals Make Bad Law by Robert Higgs, pp. 79-106
        7. The Struggle over Electricity Transmission Access by Kenneth W. Costello, pp. 107-124
        8. Should We Sell the Fed? by William A. Kelly, Jr., Clark Nardinelli, and Myles S. Wallace, ..., pp. 125-138
        9. An Institutional Explanation for Corruption of Criminal Justice Officials by Bruce L. Benson, pp. 139-164
        10. Entrepreneurship and Rent Seeking in India by Roby Rajan, pp. 165-184
        11. Revolution, Reputation Effects, and Time Horizons by Todd G. Buchholz, pp. 185-198
        12. It's Time to Free the Mails by James C. Miller III, pp. 199-204
        13. On Interpreting Keynes by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 205-208
        14. Did Keynes Mean Anything? Rejoinder to Yeager by Axel Leijonhufvud, pp. 209-218
        15. [+]
          The Peasant Betrayed by Stephen F. Williams, pp. 219-221 - 1 Review
          1. The Peasant Betrayed by John P. Powelson and Richard Stock
        16. [+]
          A Nation in Debt: Economists Debate the Federal Budget Deficit by Milton H. Marquis, pp. 222-223 - 1 Review
          1. A Nation in Debt by Richard H. Fink and Jack C. High
        17. [+]
          The New Protectionist Threat to World Welfare by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 224-235 - 1 Review
          1. The New Protectionist Threat to World Welfare by Dominick Salvatore
      3. [+]
        Fall 1988 Issue = 27 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 229-252
        2. Current Perspectives on Monetary Policy by Manuel H. Johnson, pp. 253-260
        3. Domestic Stability versus Exchange Rate Stability by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 261-278
        4. Comment by Ben W. Grain, pp. 279-284
        5. The International Monetary System by Jacob A. Frenkel and Morris Goldstein, pp. 285-306
        6. Comment by Gottfried Haberler, pp. 307-314
        7. Toward an International Commodity Standard? by Richard N. Cooper, pp. 315-338
        8. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 339-346
        9. Comment by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 347-350
        10. An International Gold Standard without Gold by Ronald I. McKinnon, pp. 351-374
        11. Comment by Rudiger Dornbusch, pp. 375-384
        12. Comment by Robert E. Keleher, pp. 385-392
        13. Evolution of the International Monetary Market by Leo Melamed, pp. 393-404
        14. Key Exchange Rate Regimes by Thomas D. Willett, pp. 405-420
        15. Trade and Investment under Floating Rates by Martin J. Bailey and George S. Tavlas, pp. 421-442
        16. Comment by Maurice Obstfeld, pp. 443-450
        17. Transmission of Real and Monetary Disturbances under Fixed and Floating Rates by Michael D. Bordo and Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 451-472
        18. Comment by Michael R. Darby, pp. 473-476
        19. The European Monetary System by Michele Fratianni, pp. 477-502
        20. Comment by Alan Walters, pp. 503-506
        21. The Uneasy Relation between the Budget and Trade Deficits by William A. Niskanen, pp. 507-520
        22. Comment by Gary H. Stern, pp. 521-528
        23. Comment by John Williamson, pp. 529-532
        24. Dollars and Deficits by A. James Meigs, pp. 533-554
        25. [+]
          Crisis and Leviathan: Critical Episodes in the Growth of American Government by Gary M. Anderson, pp. 555-556 - 1 Review
          1. Crisis and Leviathan by Robert Higgs
        26. [+]
          Searching for Safety by Martin T. Katzman, pp. 557-558 - 1 Review
          1. Searching for Safety by Aaron Wildavsky
        27. [+]
          Socialism: Institutional, Philosophical, and Economic Issues by Gertrude E. Schroeder, pp. 559-565 - 1 Review
          1. Socialism by Svetozar Pejovich
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1989 = 3 Issues, 56 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 563-566
        2. Using the Market for Social Development by Milton Friedman, pp. 567-580
        3. Comment by Pu Shan, pp. 581-584
        4. Privatization vs. Special Interests by Steven N.S. Cheung, pp. 585-596
        5. Comment by James A. Dorn, pp. 597-606
        6. Comment by Xu Pengfei, pp. 607-612
        7. Economic Chaos or Spontaneous Order? Implications for Political Economy of the New View... by Don Lavoie, pp. 613-636
        8. Comment by He Weiling, pp. 637-640
        9. A Free-Market Constitution for Hong Kong by Alvin Rabushka, pp. 641-652
        10. Comment by Richard Y.C. Wong, pp. 653-656
        11. Economic Deregulation in the United States by William A. Niskanen, pp. 657-668
        12. Let a Billion Flowers Bloom by George Gilder, pp. 669-676
        13. Deposit Insurance by Clifford F. Thies and Daniel A. Gerlowski, pp. 677-694
        14. Budget Deficits and Constitutional Constraints by Antonio Martino, pp. 695-712
        15. Sanctioning South Africa by William H. Kaempfer and Anton D. Lowenberg, pp. 713-728
        16. Antitrust and Insurance by D.T. Armentano, pp. 729-750
        17. Taxation, Political Action, and Superfund by Bruce Yandle, pp. 751-764
        18. [+]
          The New Politics of the Budgetary Process by William A. Niskanen, pp. 765-766 - 1 Review
          1. The New Politics of the Budgetary Process by Aaron Wildavsky
        19. [+]
          World Tax Reform: A Progress Report by J.D. Foster, pp. 767-768 - 1 Review
          1. World Tax Reform by Joseph A. Pechman
        20. [+]
          Liability: Perspectives and Policy by James L. Gattuso, pp. 769-775 - 1 Review
          1. The Liability Maze by Peter W. Huber and Robert E. Litan
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1989 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. An Economic Theory of Institutional Change by Justin Yifu Lin, pp. 1-34
        2. The Implementation and Integration of Innovations in Soviet-Type Economies by Gertrude E. Schroeder, pp. 35-56
        3. Liberty, Property Rights and Innovation in Eastern Europe by Steve Pejovich, pp. 57-72
        4. Institutional Underpinnings of Parochialism by Charlotte Twight, pp. 73-106
        5. The Multifiber Arrangement and the Management of International Textile Trade by Thomas Grennes, pp. 107-132
        6. Toward an Open World Order by Peter Moser, pp. 133-148
        7. The Effect of Disinflationary Policies on Monetary Veolcity by William T. Gavin and William G. Dewald, pp. 149-164
        8. The Role of Statistical Heuristics in Public Policy Analysis by Gregory G. Brunk, pp. 165-190
        9. Privatization and the 19th Century Turnpike by Gerald Gunderson, pp. 191-200
        10. James Buchanan and the Austrians by Charles W. Baird, pp. 201-230
        11. The Use of Labels in Doctrinal History by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 231-236
        12. Interpreting Keynes by George S. Tavlas, pp. 237-252
        13. Open Enrollment by Edwin G. West, pp. 253-262
        14. [+]
          Social Contract, Free Ride by Gerard Radnitzky, pp. 263-270 - 1 Review
          1. Social Contract, Free Ride by Anthony de Jasay
        15. [+]
          Private Money: The Path to Monetary Stability by Genie Short and Kenneth J. Robinson, pp. 271-273 - 1 Review
          1. Private Money by Kevin Dowd
        16. [+]
          Public Policy Toward Corporate Takeovers by Susan E. Woodward, pp. 274-282 - 1 Review
          1. Public Policy Toward Corporate Takeovers by Murray L. Weidenbaum and Kenneth W. Chilton
      3. [+]
        Fall 1989 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 277-294
        2. Reductionist Reflections on the Monetary Constitution by James M. Buchanan, pp. 295-300
        3. The Government's License to Create Money by Richard H. Timberlake, pp. 301-322
        4. From a Random-Walk Monetary Standard to a Monetary Constitution by David I. Fand, pp. 323-338
        5. Comment by Bennett T. McCallum, pp. 339-344
        6. A Tribute to F. A. Hayek by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., pp. 345-352
        7. Private Money by Richard W. Rahn, pp. 353-362
        8. Comment by Stephen H. Axilrod, pp. 363-366
        9. What Kinds of Monetary Institutions Would a Free Market Deliver? by Lawrence H. White, pp. 367-392
        10. Comment by Richard N. Cooper, pp. 393-398
        11. Comment by Karen Palasek, pp. 399-404
        12. Can Monetary Disequilibrium Be Eliminated? by Leland B. Yeager and Robert L. Greenfield, pp. 405-422
        13. Comment by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 423-428
        14. Legal Restrictions, Financial Weakening, and the Lender of Last Resort by George A. Selgin, pp. 429-460
        15. Comment by Thomas M. Humphrey, pp. 461-466
        16. Comment by William A. Niskanen, pp. 467-470
        17. The Future of Price Stability in a Fiat Money World by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 471-486
        18. [+]
          Selected Essays of Gottfried Haberler by Thomas D. Willett, pp. 487-489 - 1 Review
          1. Selected Essays of Gottfried Haberler by Anthony Y.C. Koo and Gottfried Haberler
        19. [+]
          Keynes' Monetary Theory by Thomas M. Humphrey, pp. 490-492 - 1 Review
          1. Keynes's Monetary Theory by Allan H. Meltzer
        20. [+]
          Unfair Competition: The Profits of Nonprofits by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 493-501 - 1 Review
          1. Unfair Competition by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 28 Issues, 420 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 3 Issues, 60 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1990 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Law as a Discovery Procedure by Gregory B. Christainsen, pp. 497-530
        2. Disasters and Market Response by George Horwich, pp. 531-556
        3. Parasites, Profits, and Politicians by Gary M. Anderson, pp. 557-578
        4. Rethinking and Living with the Limits of Bank Regulation by James B. Thomson and Walker F. Todd, pp. 579-600
        5. In Defense of Henry Simons' Standing as a Classical Liberal by J. Bradford De Long, pp. 601-618
        6. Neoclassical Economics as a Theory of Politics and Institutions by Anton D. Lowenberg, pp. 619-640
        7. Should We Fret about Our Low Net National Saving Rate? by Henry N. Goldstein, pp. 641-662
        8. Legal Obstacles to a Market for Employee Representation Services by George C. Leef, pp. 663-688
        9. The Twin-Deficit Illusion by William G. Dewald and Michael Ulan, pp. 689-708
        10. A Public Choice Perspective on the Cycle in Monetary Policy by Thomas Havrilesky, pp. 709-718
        11. Price-Level Stability, Price Flexibility, and Fisher's Business Cycle Model by Scott Sumner, pp. 719-728
        12. Price-Level "Flexibility" and the Coming of the New Deal by J. Bradford De Long and Lawrence H. Summers, pp. 729-736
        13. On the Origins of the Sherman Antitrust Act by Robert L. Bradley, Jr., pp. 737-742
        14. [+]
          Explorations into Constitutional Economics by Randall G. Holcombe, pp. 743-749 - 1 Review
          1. Explorations into Constitutional Economics by James M. Buchanan, Viktor J. Vanberg, and Robert D. Tollison, ...
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1990 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 1-16
        2. Federalism by Peter H. Aranson, pp. 17-38
        3. A Double Security by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 39-58
        4. The Policy Consequences of Intergovernmental Competition by Thomas R. Dye, pp. 59-74
        5. Interstate Tax Competition, Incentives to Collude, and Federal Influences by Bruce L. Benson, pp. 75-90
        6. Tiebout, Taxes, and Economic Growth by Richard Vedder, pp. 91-108
        7. Growth Management in Florida by Randall G. Holcombe, pp. 109-126
        8. Land Use Regulations Should Preserve Only Vital and Pressing Governmental Interests by Bernard H. Siegan, pp. 127-158
        9. A Positive Proposal to Improve Our Schools by James D. Gwartney, pp. 159-174
        10. Labor Law Reform by Charles W. Baird, pp. 175-210
        11. Mobility Barriers and Public Policy by Martin Ricketts, pp. 211-222
        12. Mutual Fund Banking by Tyler Cowen and Randall Kroszner, pp. 223-238
        13. The Precarious Nature of Sovereign Lending by Melanie S. Tammen, pp. 239-264
        14. Monetary Equilibrium and the Productivity Norm of Price-Level Policy by George A. Selgin, pp. 265-288
        15. Why Is Education Publicly Provided? by Richard B. Coffman, pp. 289-292
        16. Some Further Thoughts by John R. Lott, Jr., pp. 293-298
        17. [+]
          The Political Economy of the GATT by William A. Niskanen, pp. 299-309 - 1 Review
          1. The Political Economy of the GATT by Peter Moser
      3. [+]
        Fall 1990 Issue = 29 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 303-306
        2. Monetary Policy in an Integrated World Economy by Manuel H. Johnson, pp. 307-314
        3. Restructuring Financial Institutions in a Global Economy by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 315-328
        4. International Trends in the Combination of Banking, Securities, and Commerce by Peter J. Ferrara, pp. 329-346
        5. Banking, Securities, and Commerce by Mervyn K. Lewis, pp. 347-356
        6. The Single European Financial Market by Pedro Schwartz, pp. 357-362
        7. The Choice of Currency in a Single European Market by Pascal Salin, pp. 363-376
        8. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 377-380
        9. Comment by Geoffrey E. Wood, pp. 381-388
        10. Public Choice Aspects of European Monetary Unification by Michele Fratianni and Juergen von Hagen, pp. 389-412
        11. Comment by Georg Rich, pp. 413-418
        12. Comment by Roland Vaubel, pp. 419-422
        13. Does Europe Need a Federal Reserve System? by Kevin Dowd, pp. 423-442
        14. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 443-448
        15. Comment by George A. Selgin, pp. 449-454
        16. Some Empirical Findings on Differences between EMS and Non-EMS Regimes by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 455-484
        17. Institutional Requirements for Stable Money in an Integrated World Economy by Peter Bernholz, pp. 485-512
        18. Comment by Herbert Giersch, pp. 513-518
        19. A Monetary Constitution for Europe? by Antonio Martino, pp. 519-534
        20. Comment by Gordon Pepper, pp. 535-540
        21. Avoiding Monetary Protectionism by W. Lee Hoskins and Owen F. Humpage, pp. 541-556
        22. Comment by William A. Niskanen, pp. 557-564
        23. Autonomy and Coordination of Monetary Policy in a Global Economic Order by Yoshio Suzuki, pp. 565-572
        24. The Pattern of Economic Policies in LDCs by Daniel Landau, pp. 573-602
        25. Efficiency Implications of the Sindell-Rexall Rule by John P. Speir, pp. 603-608
        26. [+]
          Cross of Gold: Money and the Canadian Business Cycle, 1867-1913 by Hugh Rockoff, pp. 609-610 - 1 Review
          1. The Cross of Gold by Georg Rich
        27. [+]
          Money: Lectures on the Basis of General Equilibrium Theory and the Economics of Institu... by Kevin D. Hoover, pp. 611-612 - 1 Review
          1. Money by Rudolf Richter
        28. [+]
          The Political Economy of James Buchanan by William Breit, pp. 613-614 - 1 Review
          1. The Political Economy of James Buchanan by David Alexander Reisman
        29. [+]
          Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory by Robert D. Tollison, pp. 615-621 - 1 Review
          1. Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory by Stephen P. Magee, William A. Brock, and Leslie Young, ...
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 3 Issues, 52 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. An American Perspective on Europe's Constitutional Opportunity by James M. Buchanan, pp. 619-630
        2. Perestroika and Ruble Convertibility by Edgar L. Feige, pp. 631-654
        3. Ruble Reform by Steve H. Hanke and Kurt Schuler, pp. 655-666
        4. The Economics of Regulating Deception by Paul H. Rubin, pp. 667-690
        5. The War on Drugs as Antitrust Regulation by Gary M. Anderson and Robert D. Tollison, pp. 691-702
        6. The Political Economy of Statutory Deadlines by Alden F. Abbott and Gordon L. Brady, pp. 703-714
        7. The First Minimum Wage Laws by Clifford F. Thies, pp. 715-746
        8. The Development of Aggregate Economic Targeting by Scott Sumner, pp. 747-760
        9. Option Clauses and Bank Suspension by Kevin Dowd, pp. 761-774
        10. Antitrust and Regulation by Fred S. McChesney, pp. 775-798
        11. Free Banking in Scotland by Larry J. Sechrest, pp. 799-808
        12. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 809-820
        13. Comment by Kevin Dowd, pp. 821-824
        14. Working for Irving Fisher by Hans Cohrssen, pp. 825-834
        15. A Solution for the Tenure Problem by Julian L. Simon, pp. 835-838
        16. [+]
          The Political Economy of Soviet Socialism by Gertrude E. Schroeder, pp. 839-840 - 1 Review
          1. The Political Economy of Soviet Socialism by Peter J. Boettke
        17. [+]
          The New Art of Central Banking by Tyler Cowen, pp. 841-842 - 1 Review
          1. The New Art of Central Banking by M.L. Burstein
        18. [+]
          The Rationale of Central Banking and the Free Banking Alternative by Kevin Dowd, pp. 843-844 - 1 Review
          1. The Rationale of Central Banking by Vera C. Smith
        19. [+]
          Unfathomed Knowledge, Unmeasured Wealth by Leslie Graves, pp. 845-855 - 1 Review
          1. Unfathomed Knowledge, Unmeasured Wealth by William Warren Bartley III
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1991 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Government Intervention in Health Care Markets and Health Care Outcomes by Rexford E. Santerre, Stephen C. Grubaugh, and Andrew J. Stollar, ..., pp. 1-12
        2. The Dismal Fate of Soviet-Type Economies by Gertrude E. Schroeder, pp. 13-26
        3. The Nondesignability of Living Systems by Jixuan Hu, pp. 27-46
        4. The First and Second Reich by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 47-64
        5. The Federal Reserve Chairman as Hero by Thomas Havrilesky, pp. 65-72
        6. Full Privatization of Currency in a Nearly Conventional Money and Banking System by W. William Woolsey, pp. 73-88
        7. Welfare Gains from Innovation-Induced Rent Seeking by Alden F. Abbott and Gordon L. Brady, pp. 89-98
        8. Privateering and the Private Production of Naval Power by Gary M. Anderson and Adam Gifford, Jr., pp. 99-122
        9. Foreign Profits and the Political Economy of Quotas by Paul E. Godek, pp. 123-134
        10. Property Rights and Rent Seeking in South Africa by John M. Mbaku, pp. 135-150
        11. Government v. Coase by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 151-164
        12. [+]
          Public School Choice: Current Issues/Future Prospects by John E. Chubb, p. 165 - 1 Review
          1. Public School Choice by Myron Lieberman
        13. [+]
          The Political Economy of American Monetary Policy by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 166-168 - 1 Review
          1. The Political Economy of American Monetary Policy by Thomas Mayer
        14. [+]
          The Economics of Property Rights by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 169-170 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Property Rights by Svetozar Pejovich
        15. [+]
          Friedman in China by Jeffrey Liang, pp. 171-182 - 1 Review
          1. Friedman in China by Milton Friedman
      3. [+]
        Fall 1991 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 175-194
        2. Transition to a Market Economy by Anatoly A. Sobchak, pp. 195-206
        3. Comment by Henry G. Manne, pp. 207-214
        4. The Minimal Politics of Market Order by James M. Buchanan, pp. 215-226
        5. Comment by Boris Milner, pp. 227-232
        6. The Soft Infrastructure of a Market Economy by William A. Niskanen, pp. 233-238
        7. The Pursuit of Happiness under Socialism and Capitalism by Charles Murray, pp. 239-258
        8. Comment by Otto Latsis, pp. 259-268
        9. Economic and Political Perestroika by Alexei Yemelyanov, pp. 269-276
        10. Insulating Economics from Politics by James A. Dorn, pp. 277-284
        11. Revitalization of Socialism or Restoration of Capitalism? by Alexander Tsypko, pp. 285-292
        12. Economic Reform by Larisa Piyasheva, pp. 293-298
        13. Transition and the Privatization Problem by Jan Winiecki, pp. 299-310
        14. The Law of the Microcosm and the End of Socialism by George Gilder, pp. 311-324
        15. [+]
          Capitalism by Alan Walters, pp. 325-326 - 1 Review
          1. Capitalism by Arthur Seldon
        16. [+]
          Marxism and Workers' Self-Management by Svetozar Pejovich, pp. 327-328 - 1 Review
          1. Marxism and Workers' Self-Management by David L. Prychitko
        17. [+]
          The Economics of Apartheid by Walter E. Williams, pp. 329-331 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Apartheid by Stephen R. Lewis, Jr.
        18. [+]
          Reforming Products Liability by Paul H. Rubin, pp. 332-345 - 1 Review
          1. Reforming Products Liability by W. Kip Viscusi
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 3 Issues, 56 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Moscow's Testing Ground for New Forms of Economic and Political Life by Gavriil K. Popov, pp. 337-342
        2. Western Subsidies and Eastern Reform by Peter Bauer, pp. 343-354
        3. Comment by Doug Bandow, pp. 355-360
        4. Half or Full Reform? by Oleg T. Bogomolov, pp. 361-368
        5. Comment by William A. Niskanen, pp. 369-372
        6. Individual Rights, Democracy, and Constitutional Order by Roger Pilon, pp. 373-390
        7. Liberalism, Marxism, and the State by Ralph Raico, pp. 391-404
        8. Privatization Solves All by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 405-408
        9. Property, Markets, and Money by Peter Bernholz, pp. 409-424
        10. Comment by Edwin G. Dolan, pp. 425-434
        11. Glasnost and the Knowledge Problem by Don Lavoie, pp. 435-456
        12. A Free-Market Environmental Program by Fred L. Smith, Jr., pp. 457-476
        13. Institutions, Ideology, and Economic Performance by Douglass C. North, pp. 477-488
        14. Comment by Vitali Naishul, pp. 489-504
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1992 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Karl Brunner by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 1-6
        2. Introduction, pp. 7-22
        3. The Art of Forecasting by Donald N. McCloskey, pp. 23-44
        4. Comment by Michael D. Bordo, pp. 45-48
        5. Better Forecasting or Better Rules? by W. Lee Hoskins, pp. 49-52
        6. Toward Forecast-Free Monetary Institutions by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 53-74
        7. Comment by George A. Selgin, pp. 75-80
        8. The Rational Expectations Revolution by Kevin D. Hoover, pp. 81-96
        9. Comment by David I. Meiselman, pp. 97-106
        10. Private Forecasting and Government Policy Stability by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 107-118
        11. Comment by Lawrence A. Kudlow, pp. 119-124
        12. My Experience with Government Forecasting by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 125-128
        13. Has Macro-Forecasting Failed? by Victor Zarnowitz, pp. 129-160
        14. Comment by Allen Sinai, pp. 161-164
        15. The Limits of Macroeconomics by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 165-178
        16. The Case for Zero Inflation by Stephen L. Neal, pp. 179-184
        17. Commodity Prices and Monetary Policy by Wayne D. Angell, pp. 185-192
        18. Market Constraints on Central Bank Policy by Bruce Kovner, pp. 193-196
        19. Monetary Policy, Market Prices, and Supply-Side Forecasting by David Ranson, pp. 197-220
        20. Comment by Robert J. Gordon, pp. 221-230
        21. Money Targeting and Interest-Rate Targeting in an Uncertain World by Eduard J. Bomhoff, pp. 231-246
        22. Comment by Alan C. Stockman, pp. 247-254
        23. Making Monetary Policy by Robert L. Hetzel, pp. 255-278
        24. Comment by Paul W. Boltz, pp. 279-280
        25. Political Guidance on Monetary Policy by William A. Niskanen, pp. 281-286
        26. [+]
          Capital Markets and Development by A. James Meigs, pp. 287-301 - 1 Review
          1. Capital Markets and Development by Steve H. Hanke and Alan A. Walters
      3. [+]
        Fall 1992 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. A Post-Apartheid Constitution for South Africa by Anton D. Lowenberg, pp. 297-320
        2. Environmental Problems under Socialism by Peter J. Hill, pp. 321-336
        3. The Political Economy of Mandated Spending by Marilyn R. Flowers, pp. 337-348
        4. Reforming the Bonneville Power Administration by Kenneth W. Costello and David Haarmeyer, pp. 349-372
        5. Morality and Monopoly by Gary M. Anderson and Robert D. Tollison, pp. 373-392
        6. In Defense of the Credit Bureau by Daniel B. Klein and Jason Richner, pp. 393-412
        7. Benefits of Minimal Land-Use Regulations in Developing Countries by David E. Dowall, pp. 413-424
        8. Trade Barriers in the Theory of Instrument Choice by Jean-Luc Migue, pp. 425-442
        9. Government and Recycling by Clark Wiseman, pp. 443-460
        10. Why Has the Labor-Managed Firm Failed? by Svetozar Pejovich, pp. 461-474
        11. The Search for Macroeconomic Stability by W. William Woolsey, pp. 475-486
        12. Index Future Convertibility by Scott Sumner, pp. 487-492
        13. A Tough Pump to Prime by Peter A. Schulkin, pp. 493-500
        14. [+]
          Generational Accounting by William A. Niskanen, pp. 501-502 - 1 Review
          1. Generational Accounting by Laurence J. Kotlikoff
        15. [+]
          The Development Frontier by Simon Rottenberg, pp. 503-504 - 1 Review
          1. The Development Frontier by Peter T. Bauer
        16. [+]
          Constitutional Environments and Economic Growth by Paul H. Rubin, pp. 505-513 - 1 Review
          1. Constitutional Environments and Economic Growth by Gerald W. Scully
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 3 Issues, 48 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 509-526
        2. Creating a Stable Monetary Order by Vaclav Klaus, pp. 527-532
        3. A Monetary Constitution for Ex-Communist Countries by Antonio Martino, pp. 533-556
        4. Money and the Market by Kevin Dowd, pp. 557-576
        5. Comment by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 577-584
        6. Comment by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 585-592
        7. Is Russia Threatened with Hyperinflation? by Oleg Bogomolov, pp. 593-602
        8. Comment by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 603-606
        9. Monetary Stabilization in Russia by Nikolai Petrakov, pp. 607-616
        10. Comment by Judy Shelton, pp. 617-620
        11. A Market Approach to Monetary Perestroika by Pedro Schwartz, pp. 621-632
        12. The Ruble Problem by Annelise Anderson, pp. 633-650
        13. Comment by George A. Selgin, pp. 651-656
        14. Monetary Reform in Russia by Alan Reynolds, pp. 657-676
        15. Comment by Wayne D. Angell, pp. 677-682
        16. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 683-686
        17. Currency Boards and Currency Convertibility by Steve H. Hanke and Kurt Schuler, pp. 687-706
        18. Comment by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 707-710
        19. Eurodollars: A Transition Currency by A. James Meigs, pp. 711-728
        20. Comment by William A. Niskanen, pp. 729-730
        21. Sound Money and a Liberal Market Order by Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., pp. 731-734
        22. [+]
          From Marx to Mises: Post-Capitalist Society and the Challenge of Economic Calculation by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 735-736 - 1 Review
          1. From Marx to Mises by David Ramsay Steele
        23. [+]
          Universal Economics: Assessing the Achievements of the Economic Approach by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 737-738 - 1 Review
          1. Universal Economics by Gerard Radnitzky
        24. [+]
          Forbidden Grounds: The Case Against Employment Discrimination Laws by Ellen Frankel Paul, pp. 739-753 - 1 Review
          1. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1993 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Inflation Targeting by Andreas Fischer, pp. 1-28
        2. The Misuse of Regional Economic Models by Edwin S. Mills, pp. 29-40
        3. Bad Policy, Bad Law, and the Constitution by Paul E. Godek, pp. 41-48
        4. Barristers and Barriers by Gary M. Anderson and Robert D. Tollison, pp. 49-68
        5. Private Mail in Sweden by Jonas Frycklund, pp. 69-78
        6. Indigenous African Institutions and Economic Development by Emily Chamlee, pp. 79-100
        7. School Choice by Herbert J. Walberg and Joseph L. Bast, pp. 101-122
        8. The Economics of Minimum Wage Legislation Revisited by Richard V. Burkhauser and T. Aldrich Finnegan, ..., pp. 123-130
        9. Checking Out the House by Jim F. Couch and William H. Wells #2, pp. 131-136
        10. The Politicization of Monetary Policy by Thomas Havrilesky, pp. 137-142
        11. [+]
          Welfare Economics and Externalities in an Open-Ended Universe by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 143-149 - 1 Review
          1. Welfare Economics and Externalities in an Open Ended Universe by Roy E. Cordato
        12. [+]
          Combating Poverty: Innovative Social Reforms in Chile during the 1980s by D. Gale Johnson, pp. 150-151 - 1 Review
          1. Combating Poverty by Tarsicio Castaneda
        13. [+]
          The Economics of Prohibition by David R. Henderson, pp. 152-164 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Prohibition by Mark Thornton
      3. [+]
        Fall 1993 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Introduction, pp. 155-164
        2. Economic Challenges of the 1990s by Lawrence B. Lindsey, pp. 165-170
        3. Rethinking the Framework for Monetary Policy by W. Lee Hoskins, pp. 171-190
        4. Comment by Lawrence H. White, pp. 191-200
        5. Banking and Government by Judy Shelton, pp. 201-206
        6. The Evolving Legal Framework for Financial Services by Walker F. Todd, pp. 207-228
        7. Comment by Gillian Garcia, pp. 229-242
        8. International Financial Deregulation, Trade, and Exchange Rates by Mervyn K. Lewis, pp. 243-272
        9. Comment by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 273-278
        10. Policy Responses to Increased Economic Integration by Robert E. Keleher, pp. 279-288
        11. The Future of Universal Banking by Georg Rich and Christian Walter, pp. 289-319
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 3 Issues, 44 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. A Market Approach to Banking Regulation by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 315-332
        2. Comment by Edward J. Kane, pp. 333-338
        3. Major Threats to the Financial Services Revolution by William A. Niskanen, pp. 339-344
        4. Is Banking Different? A Reexamination of the Case for Regulation by Robert T. Clair and Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., ..., pp. 345-358
        5. Comment by George Selgin, pp. 359-366
        6. Regulatory Restructuring by Catherine England, pp. 367-382
        7. Comment by Gary H. Stern, pp. 383-386
        8. Market Value Accounting by Sherrill Shaffer, pp. 387-402
        9. Comment by Richard L. Measelle, pp. 403-412
        10. Financial Innovation and Deposit Insurance by Bert Ely, pp. 413-436
        11. Comment by Gary Gorton, pp. 437-446
        12. Financial Reform in Japan and Global Economic Stability by Yoshio Suzuki, pp. 447-452
        13. [+]
          Public Education: An Autopsy by Robert Griffin, pp. 453-454 - 1 Review
          1. Public Education: An Autopsy by Myron Lieberman
        14. [+]
          The Moral Sense by David Kelley, pp. 455-457 - 1 Review
          1. The Moral Sense by James Q. Wilson
        15. [+]
          The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 458-467 - 1 Review
          1. The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt by Hans F. Sennholz and Henry Hazlitt
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1994 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Notes on the Liberal Constitution by James M. Buchanan, pp. 1-10
        2. Reputation and the Efficiency of Legal Rules by Louis De Alessi, pp. 11-22
        3. The Assault on the First Amendment by Paul H. Rubin, pp. 23-36
        4. Social Security by Philip J. Harmelink and Janet Furman Speyrer, pp. 37-54
        5. Regulation and Economic Performance by Robert Krol and Shirley Svorny, pp. 55-64
        6. Overinvestment in Public Sector Capital by Willis Peterson, pp. 65-74
        7. Reverse Revenue Sharing by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 75-86
        8. Cable Reregulation by Donald J. Boudreaux and Robert B. Ekelund, pp. 87-108
        9. Economic Reform and Private Sector Development in Russia and Mexico by R. Sean Randolph, pp. 109-124
        10. The Rule of Forces, the Force of Rules by Anthony de Jasay, pp. 125-134
        11. Buy Health, Not Health Care by Robin Hanson, pp. 135-142
        12. A Primer on Clintonomics by William A. Niskanen, pp. 143-146
        13. Understanding Riots by David D. Haddock and Daniel D. Polsby, pp. 147-158
        14. The Art of Forecasting by Julian L. Simon, pp. 159-162
        15. [+]
          The Privatization Process in Central Europe and The Privatization Process in Russia, Uk... by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 163-164 - 1 Review
          1. The Privatization Process in Central Europe by Roman Frydman, Andrzej Rapaczynski, and John S. Earle, ...
        16. [+]
          Free to Hate: The Rise of the Right in Post-Communist Eastern Europe by Juliana Geran Pilon, pp. 165-167 - 1 Review
          1. Free to Hate by Paul Hockenos
        17. [+]
          Property Rights and the Constitution by Steven J. Eagle, pp. 168-177 - 1 Review
          1. Property Rights and the Constitution by Dennis J. Coyle
      3. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Systemic Change by Vaclav Klaus, pp. 171-178
        2. Hayek's Legacy and the Future of Liberal Thought by Viktor Vanberg, pp. 179-200
        3. The Constitution of Liberty to Tax and Spend by Gary M. Anderson, pp. 201-220
        4. Reforming Deposit Insurance and the Regulatory System by George S. Berger, pp. 221-242
        5. Can the Military's Effectiveness in the Drug War Be Measured? by Christopher M. Schnaubelt, pp. 243-266
        6. Unnatural Monopoly by Adam D. Thierer, pp. 267-286
        7. How Excessive Government Killed Ancient Rome by Bruce Bartlett, pp. 287-304
        8. The Costs of Inflation and Disinflation by Kevin Dowd, pp. 305-332
        9. A Survey, Critique, and New Defense of Term Limits by Alexander Tabarrok, pp. 333-350
        10. [+]
          Bargaining with the State by David N. Mayer, pp. 351-352 - 1 Review
          1. Bargaining With the State by Richard A. Epstein
        11. [+]
          Peddling Prosperity by William A. Niskanen, pp. 353-355 - 1 Review
          1. Peddling Prosperity by Paul Krugman
        12. [+]
          Prices and Knowledge: A Market Process Perspective by Roy E. Cordato, pp. 356-363 - 1 Review
          1. Prices and Knowledge by Esteban F. Thomsen
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 3 Issues, 39 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1995 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Evolution of Federal Income Tax Withholding by Charlotte Twight, pp. 359-396
        2. The Entrenching of Incumbency by Stephen C. Erickson, pp. 397-420
        3. Competitive Markets for Electricity Generation by John C. Moorhouse, pp. 421-442
        4. Sports Player Drafts and Reserve Systems by John J. Siegfried, pp. 443-452
        5. The Performance and Stability of Banking Systems under "Self-Regulation" by Michael D. Bordo and Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 453-480
        6. Bank Self-Regulation by George Selgin, pp. 481-492
        7. Community Banking, Monitoring, and the Clinton Plan by Ralph Chami and Jeffrey H. Fischer, pp. 493-508
        8. The Drug War and the Homicide Rate by Harold J. Brumm and Dale O. Cloninger, pp. 509-518
        9. Scholarships by Herschel Grossman, pp. 519-526
        10. [+]
          Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America by James T. Bennett, pp. 527-528 - 1 Review
          1. Out of Work by Richard K. Vedder, Lowell E. Gallaway, and Martin Bronfenbrenner, ...
        11. [+]
          Federalism and Free Trade by Dwight R. Lee, pp. 529-530 - 1 Review
          1. Federalism and Free Trade by Jean-Luc Migue
        12. [+]
          Why Perestroika Failed by Scott Shane, pp. 531-539 - 1 Review
          1. Why Perestroika Failed by Peter J. Boettke
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1995 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. The Challenge to the U.S. Postal Monopoly, 1839-1851 by Kelly B. Olds, pp. 1-24
        2. Order Out of Anarchy by Gary M. Anderson and Adam Gifford, Jr., pp. 25-38
        3. A Rule to Stabilize the Price Level by Kevin Dowd, pp. 39-64
        4. The Folly of Anti-Scalping Laws by Stephen K. Happel and Marianne M. Jennings, pp. 65-80
        5. Doing Well by Doing Good by K.K. Fung, pp. 81-100
        6. Payments Technologies, Financial Innovation, and Laissez-Faire Banking by F.X. Browne and David Cronin, pp. 101-116
        7. A Modest Proposal to Deregulate Infant Adoptions by Donald J. Boudreaux, pp. 117-136
        8. [+]
          Myth and Measurement: The New Economics of the Minimum Wage by Douglas K. Adie and Lowell Gallaway, pp. 137-139 - 1 Review
          1. Myth and Measurement by David Card and Alan B. Krueger
        9. [+]
          Beyond Politics: Markets, Welfare, and the Failure of Bureaucracy by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 140-142 - 1 Review
          1. Beyond Politics by William C. Mitchell and Randy T. Simmons
        10. [+]
          Privatopia: Homeowner Associations and the Rise of Residential Private Government by Fred Foldvary, pp. 143-145 - 1 Review
          1. Privatopia by Evan McKenzie
        11. [+]
          Conditions of Liberty by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 146-147 - 1 Review
          1. Conditions of Liberty by Ernest Gellner
        12. [+]
          The Anatomy of an International Monetary Regime by Theresia Theurl, pp. 148-150 - 1 Review
          1. The Anatomy of an International Monetary Regime by Giulio M. Gallarotti
        13. [+]
          No Harm: Ethical Principles for a Free Market by Douglas J. Den Uyl, pp. 151-157 - 1 Review
          1. No Harm by T. Patrick Burke
      3. [+]
        Fall-Winter 1995 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Empowering Workers by Jose Pinera, pp. 155-166
        2. Governments and Money by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 167-178
        3. The Argument for Free Markets by Walter E. Williams, pp. 179-190
        4. The Case against Civil Ex Post Facto Laws by Steve Selinger, pp. 191-214
        5. The Effect of Race and Sex on Welfare Benefits by Howard Gensler, pp. 215-230
        6. Regional and Multilateral Trade Agreements by Edward L. Hudgins, pp. 231-242
        7. Are Higher Alcohol Taxes Justified? by Dale M. Heien, pp. 243-258
        8. Federalism and Individual Sovereignty by James M. Buchanan, pp. 259-268
        9. Comment by Jean-Luc Migue, pp. 269-276
        10. [+]
          Perfect Competition and the Transformation of Economics by John B. Egger, pp. 277-281 - 1 Review
          1. Perfect Competition and the Transformation of Economics by Frank M. MacHovec
        11. [+]
          Regulatory Takings: Law, Economics, and Politics by Steven J. Eagle, pp. 282-284 - 1 Review
          1. Regulatory Takings by William A. Fischel
        12. [+]
          Policy, Exchange Rates, and the International System by Giulio M. Gallarotti, pp. 285-286 - 1 Review
          1. Economic Policy, Exchange Rates, and the International System by W. Max Corden
        13. [+]
          No Turning Back: Dismantling the Fantasies of Environmental Thinking by Ben W. Bolch, pp. 287-288 - 1 Review
          1. No Turning Back by Wallace Kaufman
        14. [+]
          An Essay on Rights by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 289-295 - 1 Review
          1. An Essay on Rights by Hillel Steiner
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 2 Issues, 22 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1996 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Welfare and the Culture of Poverty by William A. Niskanen, pp. 1-16
        2. Bank Failures, Systemic Risk, and Bank Regulation by George G. Kaufman, pp. 17-46
        3. Is Free Banking More Prone to Bank Failures Than Regulated Banking? by Kam Hon Chu, pp. 47-62
        4. Time to Repeal the Public Utility Holding Company Act by R. Richard Geddes, pp. 63-76
        5. Trade and Human Rights by James A. Dorn, pp. 77-98
        6. Bureaucratic Corruption in Africa by John Mukum Mbaku, pp. 99-118
        7. The Paradox of Thrift by Clifford F. Thies, pp. 119-128
        8. Error and Bias in Benefit-Cost Analysis by Louis De Alessi, pp. 129-148
        9. [+]
          Getting It Right: Markets and Choices in a Free Society by Doug Bandow, pp. 149-151 - 1 Review
          1. Getting It Right by Robert J. Barro
        10. [+]
          A License to Steal: The Forfeiture of Property by Donald J. Boudreaux and A.C. Pritchard, pp. 152-153 - 1 Review
          1. A License to Steal by Leonard Williams Levy
        11. [+]
          Madison on the "General Welfare" of America by Robert A. Levy, pp. 154-156 - 1 Review
          1. Madison on the "General Welfare" of America by Leonard R. Sorenson
        12. [+]
          Pop Internationalism by William A. Niskanen, pp. 157-164 - 1 Review
          1. Pop Internationalism by Paul Krugman
      2. [+]
        Fall 1996 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Justice as Something Else by Anthony de Jasay, pp. 161-174
        2. The Growth of the Federal Government in the 1920s by Randall G. Holcombe, pp. 175-200
        3. The Lessons of China's Transition to a Market Economy by Justin Yifu Lin, Fang Cai, and Zhou Li, pp. 201-232
        4. The Brady Plan and Market-Based Solutions to Debt Crises by Ian Vasquez, pp. 233-244
        5. The Effect of Welfare on High School Graduation by Howard Gensler, pp. 245-252
        6. Does Money Still Matter? by Willis L. Peterson, pp. 253-266
        7. [+]
          Dismantling Utopia: How Information Ended the Soviet Union by James A. Dorn, pp. 267-272 - 1 Review
          1. Dismantling Utopia by Scott Shane
        8. [+]
          How the Framers Changed China: Power of the People by D. Gale Johnson, pp. 273-275 - 1 Review
          1. How the Farmers Changed China by Kate Xiao Zhou and Edward Friedman
        9. [+]
          On Nationality by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 276-279 - 1 Review
          1. On Nationality by David Miller
        10. [+]
          Whither Socialism? by David L. Prychitko, pp. 280-289 - 1 Review
          1. Whither Socialism? ( by Joseph E. Stiglitz
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 3 Issues, 29 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1997 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Jobs Creation and Government Policy by Jerry L. Jordan, pp. 287-294
        2. A Survey of the Impact of Budget Rules on State Taxation, Spending, and Debt by Robert Krol, pp. 295-308
        3. Medicare's Origin by Charlotte Twight, pp. 309-338
        4. The Market Value of Family Values by Ralph Chami and Connel Fullenkamp, pp. 339-350
        5. Compensating Behavior and the Drug Testing of High School Athletes by Robert Taylor, pp. 351-364
        6. Politics as the Art of Confined Compromise by Donald J. Boudreaux and Dwight R. Lee, pp. 365-382
        7. [+]
          The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America by Carlos A. Ball, pp. 383-385 - 1 Review
          1. The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America by Paul Craig Roberts and Karen Lafollette Araujo, ...
        8. [+]
          What It Means to Be a Libertarian by Randolph J. May, pp. 386-389 - 1 Review
          1. What It Means to Be a Libertarian by Charles Murray
        9. [+]
          Asia Rising by Sonia Wong, pp. 390-393 - 1 Review
          1. Asia Rising by Jim Rohwer
        10. [+]
          Competition and Finance by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 394-403 - 1 Review
          1. Competition and Finance by Kevin Dowd
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1997 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Affirmative Action Can't Be Mended by Walter E. Williams, pp. 1-10
        2. Deficits, Defense, and Income Redistribution by Carlos Seiglie, pp. 11-22
        3. The Role of Forecasting in Meeting Inflation Targets by Gregory B. Christainsen, pp. 23-34
        4. Mexican Monetary Lessons by A. James Meigs, pp. 35-72
        5. The Mexican Peso Crisis by Roberto Salinas-Leon, pp. 73-80
        6. Deposit Insurance Pricing by Sherrill Shaffer, pp. 81-90
        7. A Regulatory Placebo? or, The Strange Case of Dr. Kaufman and Mr. Seir by George Selgin, pp. 91-98
        8. The Informal Economy in Latin America by Enrique Ghersi, pp. 99-108
        9. [+]
          Review Reputation, by Daniel B. Klein by Richard E. Messick, pp. 109-111 - 1 Review
          1. Reputation by Daniel B. Klein
        10. [+]
          Review Property Rights, by Nancie G. Marzulla and Rog... by James V. DeLong, pp. 112-113 - 1 Review
          1. Property Rights by Nancie G. Marzulla and Roger J. Marzulla
        11. [+]
          Review Mere Creatures of the State? Education, Religi... by John Pickering#2, pp. 114-121 - 1 Review
          1. Mere Creatures of the State? Education, Religion and the Courts by William Bentley Ball
      3. [+]
        Fall 1997 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Economic Freedom, Prosperity, and Equality by Steve H. Hanke and Stephen J.K. Walters, pp. 117-146
        2. How State Regulation of the Internet Violates the Commerce Clause by Dan L. Burk, pp. 147-162
        3. The Rationing of Transplantable Organs by Charles T. Carlstrom and Christy D. Rollow, pp. 163-178
        4. The Financing Corporation, Government-Sponsored Enterprises, and Moral Hazard by Keith J. Leggett and Robert W. Strand, pp. 179-188
        5. How Poverty Lost Its Meaning by F. Allan Hanson, pp. 189-210
        6. From Planning to Regulation by Deepak Lal, pp. 211-228
        7. The Transformation of Hearts and Minds in Eastern Europe by Vojtech Cepl, pp. 229-234
        8. The Spirit of Humility by Stanley Kober, pp. 235-249
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 3 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1998 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Globalization of Finance by Alan Greenspan, pp. 243-250
        2. International Financial Crises by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 251-256
        3. How to Avoid International Financial Crises by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 257-266
        4. Asian Problems and the IMF by Allan H. Meltzer, pp. 267-274
        5. The IMF's Imprudent Role As Lender of Last Resort by Charles W. Calomiris, pp. 275-294
        6. How to Establish Monetary Stability in Asia by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 295-302
        7. The Origin of Mexico's 1994 Financial Crisis by Francisco Gil-Diaz, pp. 303-314
        8. Lessons for Asia from Mexico by A. James Meigs, pp. 315-322
        9. Capital Mobility, Inflation, and Harmonization by William A. Niskanen, pp. 323-326
        10. Monetary Policy in the 21st Century by Kevin Dowd, pp. 327-332
        11. Dumb Networks and Smart Capital by Walter B. Wriston, pp. 333-351
      2. [+]
        Spring-Summer 1998 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. B.R. Shenoy by Peter Bauer, pp. 1-10
        2. The Cote d'Ivoire's Troubled Economy by Pascal Wick and Jane S. Shaw, pp. 11-20
        3. Deregulated Private Water Supply by Penelope Brook Cowen and Tyler Cowen, pp. 21-42
        4. Harmonizing Ethnic Claims in Africa by Mwangi S. Kimenyi, pp. 43-64
        5. The Unintended Consequences of Trade Adjustment Assistance by Cecil E. Bohanon and Marilyn Flowers, pp. 65-74
        6. The Problem of Lemons and Why We Must Retain Juvenile Crime Records by T. Markus Funk and Daniel D. Polsby, pp. 75-84
        7. A Vote for Perot Was a Vote for the Status Quo by William A. Niskanen, pp. 85-92
        8. Securities Units of Banking Conglomerates by Joao A.C. Santos, pp. 93-118
        9. Legal Institutions and Abortion Rates in Mississippi by Charles A. Barbour and William F. Shughart II, ..., pp. 119-130
        10. China's Future by James A. Dorn, pp. 131-146
        11. [+]
          Review The China Miracle, by Justin Yifu Lin, Cai Fan... by Ling Li, pp. 147-149 - 1 Review
          1. The China Miracle by Justin Yifu Lin, Cai Fang, Li Zhou, Zhou Li, and Fang Cai, ...
        12. [+]
          Review After 1989, by Ralf Dahrendorf by Juliana Geran Pilon, pp. 150-153 - 1 Review
          1. After 1989 by Ralf Dahrendorf
        13. [+]
          Review Classical Liberalism and International Economi... by Daniel T. Griswold, pp. 154-155 - 1 Review
          1. Classical Liberalism and International Economic Order by Razeen Sally
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        2. Making Constitutions Work by Stefan Voigt, pp. 191-206
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        5. Poverty, Property Rights, and Human Well-Being by Seth W. Norton, pp. 233-246
        6. Economic Freedom Political Freedom and Economic Well-Being, pp. 247-262
        7. Banking Structures, Market Forces, and Economic Freedom by William C. Gruben, pp. 263-274
        8. Official Assistance Economic Freedom and Policy Change, pp. 275-286
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        2. Building an International Financial Architecture for the 21st Century by Lawrence H. Summers, pp. 321-330
        3. Reshaping the Global Financial Architecture by William A. Niskanen, pp. 331-334
        4. Reflections on Exchange Rate Regimes by Steve H. Hanke, pp. 335-344
        5. Increasing Global Financial Integrity by Laurence H. Meyer, pp. 345-354
        6. The Role of Private Regulation in Maintaining Global Financial Stability by Randall S. Kroszner, pp. 355-362
        7. International Rescues versus Bailouts by Michael D. Bordo, pp. 363-376
        8. Creditor Panics by Jeffrey D. Sachs, pp. 377-390
        9. Lessons from the Asian Financial Crisis by Y.C. Richard Wong, pp. 391-398
        10. Asia: The Fall of a Second Berlin Wall by Jose Pinera, pp. 399-404
        11. A Monetary Constitution for Argentina by Steve H. Hanke and Kurt Schuler, pp. 405-420
        12. Lessons from the Monetary Experience of Panama by Juan Luis Moreno-Villalaz, pp. 421-440
        13. The Euro by Robert Mundell, pp. 441-444
        14. The Impending Collapse of the European Monetary Union by Charles W. Calomiris, pp. 445-452
        15. Is Inflation Too Low? by William Poole, pp. 453-464
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        5. Industrial Organization and Human Action by Kenneth G. Elzinga, pp. 233-246
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        10. Hayek's Liberal Legacy by Stephen Macedo, pp. 289-300
        11. The Unintended Consequences of Regulating Addictive Substances by Adam Gifford, Jr., pp. 301-312
        12. Political Influence and the Internal Revenue Service by Jim F. Couch, Keith Atkinson, and Tommie Singleton, ..., pp. 313-322
        13. Women's Athletics and the Elimination of Men's Sports Programs by Dennis K. McBride, Laura L. Worcester, and Stephanie L. Tennyson, ..., pp. 323-330
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        1. Introduction by Daniel T. Griswold, pp. 345-350
        2. Do We Need the WTO? by Douglas A. Irwin, pp. 351-358
        3. Free Trade from the Bottom Up by Brink Lindsey, pp. 359-370
        4. The Limited but Important Role of the WTO by William H. Lash III, pp. 371-378
        5. Prospects for New WTO Trade Negotiations by Jeffrey J. Schott, pp. 379-384
        6. The Elusive Goal of Agricultural Trade Reform by Kym Anderson and Paul Morris, pp. 385-396
        7. Liberalizing Trade in Services by J. Robert Vastine, pp. 397-402
        8. Developing Country Trade Policy Reform and the WTO by Razeen Sally, pp. 403-424
        9. The WTO's Special Burden on Less Developed Countries by J. Michael Finger, pp. 425-438
        10. Speaking about Trade to the Open-Minded Skeptic by Russell Roberts, pp. 439-448
        11. The Trade Debate's Unlevel Playing Field by Ronald A. Cass, pp. 449-458
        12. Building on the WTO's Success by William A. Niskanen, pp. 459-467