Sunday, June 19, 2005

Experts speak on things economic:

Milton Friedman on reforming health care (a Krugman Korrective via Roland Patrick), and reminiscing about his creating the idea of school vouchers.

Bjørn Lomborg on global warming and Kyoto.

Thomas Sowell on home prices.

Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Paul L.E. Grieco on how much free trade puts into your pocket, in dollar terms. (You may not recognize their names but you'll appreciate that money.)

William Lewis of McKinsey on the findings of McKinsey's 12-year study of how productivity brings wealth to nations -- and what stops it from doing so in today's world. Don't overlook this one, it may be the most interesting of the lot.