Troppo Missing Link.
US Blog picks up my stuff on W H Hutt and the mythology of the trade unions.
Henry Ergas on the costs without benefits of the carbon tax.
A late call on the January edition of IPA Review.
Jo Nova. Many good posts.
Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, gave a remarkable estimate in a speech in Newcastle on January 21. This is that real UK wages in 2011 “are likely to be no higher than they were in 2005”. He went on: “One has to go back to the 1920s to find a time when real wages fell over a period of six years.”
Michael Warby. Something for everyone.
William Easterly’s window on the Third World.
Stephen Hicks on the dismal science, Wisconsin, Heidegger and Levi-Struss.
Peter Klein on the forgotten views of Carl Menger on entreprenneurs.
Proposed National Disability Strategy.
Strictly for nerds, updating the Resources for Critical Rationalism.