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Steve H. Hanke

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Steve Hanke is a Professor of Applied Economics and Co-Director of the Institute for Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise at The Johns Hopkins University.

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The Law of the Ratchet


11/26/2001Mises Daily Articles
It comes as no surprise that governments spend more money and regulate more actively during crises--wars and economic bailouts are expensive and complicated. But a more active government also attracts opportunists, who perceive that a national emergency can serve as a useful pretext for achieving...

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Dinar Inflation

Money and BanksWorld HistoryMonetary Theory

04/29/1999Mises Daily Articles
The true story of the Yugoslavian meltdown.

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Europe's Nationalized Industries

Global EconomyInterventionism

04/01/1985The Free Market
Europe's economic decline is the result of its propensity to nationalize private enterprises.


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Is Japanese Trade Policy Really "Unfair"?

Free MarketsGlobal Economy

10/01/1984The Free Market
Bashing the Japanese has become a popular American, if not international, sport. The objective is to fabricate "facts" and use them to demonstrate how Japan's international trade policies create economic disruption that warrants retaliation.


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