Legal Tax Avoidance with Cryptocurrency

Disclaimer: I’m not a legal or financial expert under the law and this article is for educational purposes. A partial history of British Tax Havens is given in this source from Norbert Braspenning. According to Norbert, the notion of an offshore transaction legally means that a person sitting in London can execute some tasks and, … Read more

Municipal Bonds and the Cost of Sovereignty

tldr: Block grants give money to local governments more efficiently b/c fed govt price discriminates while local governments don’t. But, these grants come with political strings. The effect is a trade of money for sovereignty. This process is expected to occur in the long run for political arrangements similar to the U.S. Example – taken … Read more

Comparative Government Efficiency

This article discusses the fact that government is usually less efficient that the free market and estimates the inefficiency factor. We then correct a classic view of measuring cost to society of government intrusion into a free market by introducing the government inefficiency factor to a standard measurement model. Government inefficiency is a hot topic on … Read more

A Short Recommendation and Defense of Homeschooling

The case for homeschooling is simple: It produces superior results compared to public or even private schooling in virtually every statistically normalized study ever done. Here’s one comprehensive study. It achieves those results for a tiny sliver of the cost. Technology has advanced to the point that anyone can homeschool. Anyone. It encourages personal responsibility … Read more