Important Distinctions Between Libertarians – Or, Some Things Milton Friedman and I Disagree On

A few months ago, while discussing Milton Friedman's 1953 article, "The Methodology of Positive Economics" with a Marxist colleague of mine, he called Friedman "an evil little man". Neither me nor the Marxist are particularly tall in stature ourselves but I understood the sentiment (perhaps he meant a morally little man). Given my austro-libertarian persuasions … Continue reading Important Distinctions Between Libertarians – Or, Some Things Milton Friedman and I Disagree On

Shared Ownership & Business Partnerships: What is the Solution to Split Shareholder Voting?

I would like to begin this post by pointing to a difference between Hans-Hermann Hoppe's 2014 lecture at the Property and Freedom Society and its subsequent publication in his 2018 book, Getting Libertarianism Right. In his lecture Hoppe says, "Absent, now, a perfect harmony of all interests, conflicts regarding scarce resources can only be avoided … Continue reading Shared Ownership & Business Partnerships: What is the Solution to Split Shareholder Voting?