How Dumb The Liberal Concept of Force Sounds

Sometimes left-libertarians try to espouse a liberal, or widely scoped, concept of force. Mainly, that forms of expression such as speech or dress can be considered coercive. Not only does the “solution” lead naturally to centralized society via censorship, it reveals an immense ignorance of the mechanism of social optimization through free choice. Check out … Read more How Dumb The Liberal Concept of Force Sounds

Non-Market Decision Making Reading Notes Section 3.6

This article contains my notes on the section 3.6 readings for Leeson’s Economics of Non-Market Decision Making. 3.6 Alternative Institutions of Property Protection and Conflict Resolution Allen, Douglas W., and Vera Lantinova. 2013. β€œThe Ancient Olympics as a Signal of City-State Strength.” Economics of Governance 14: 23-44. 3 Main Points The ability of a Greek … Read more Non-Market Decision Making Reading Notes Section 3.6