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Promoting Liberty on the Grove City College Campus

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[...] .                 IP rights are illegitimate due to the qualities inherent in a right. Upon examination it is obvious IP [...]

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The Problem of Nonrivalrous Consumption in the Free Market

[...] at the cost of efficiency. What at first appears to be a legitamate complaint against the free market is shown to be nothing more than a poor understanding of efficiency. The collectivist is eager [...]

The Corporate Social Responsibility Distortion

[...] .  What CSR advocates neglect is the truth that corporations are not kings of the free market.  Corporations are “simply a reflection of consumer demands and priorities.”[ [...]

School Vouchers: A Step Backwards?

[...] oppression. On the surface, the school voucher system seems appealing to those who are for the free market. But when further prodding is done, reality is discovered — "Under the voucher [...]

Pro Sports as a Public Good

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The Problem of Nonrivalrous Consumption in the Free Market

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[...] cannot be a tool of wealth creation as it detracts from saving and requires substantial government intervention. Is microfinance ethical finance          & [...]

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[...] as door prizes. We all had a great time talking late into the night about money, banking, the free society, and even differences in German dialects, it was a blast! [...]

Intellectual Property Rights: Can you own an idea?

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[...] ;Public Goods and Externalities: Old and New Perspectives.” The Theory of Market Failures. Tyler Cowen ed., Fairfax, VA. George Mason University, 1988.   [...]

The Problem of Nonrivalrous Consumption in the Free Market

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[...] is higher than their value scales. Due to the inability of knowing exactly what value the marginal consumer has for the good, the private market would exclude far too many people. It is more “ [...]

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Why Microfinance is not all its cracked up to be.

[...] ;        Thomas Dichter, who critically analyzes microfinance economic institutions, lays down four main developments, in reference to microfinance, in the economic [...]

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Why Microfinance is not all its cracked up to be.

[...] to build.” [3             Microfinance institutions emerged as a consequence of the breakdown of government institutions to reduce poverty [...]

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