Vol. 31 Nbr. 1, March 2016
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- Identifying drivers of economic reform: a case studies approach.
- The mythology of Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
- Why statutory incidence matters.
- Don't steal; the government hates competition: the problem with civil asset forfeiture.
- Public choice lessons from the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
- A free market odyssey: classroom Adventures with Jonathan Gullible.
- A collaborative approach to financial literacy in the Chicago public schools.
- Jack Soper: a pioneer in economic education.