The Universal Destination of Goods and Private Property
Is the right to private property only a “second-tier” natural right which has to be restricted for "social reasons"? No, theology and Catholic social teaching have long known that wealth generation based on private property is a process from which everyone benefits.
by Martin Rhonheimer
Tax Policy “Harmonization”: Diversity Is Preached, Uniformity Is Practiced
From the OECD to the EU: Although people like to profess their support for diversity, they nevertheless insist on uniformity. The G-20 wants an international tax cartel.
by Thomas Fuster
Low Interest Rate Policy Cripples the Economy and Reduces Prosperity
Japan’s low interest rate policy began 30 years ago, about 15 years earlier than in the EU. In an interview with Stefan Beig, economist Gunther Schnabl explains why the low interest rate policy is so damaging to prosperity.
Socialism Is a Seductive Idea, but It Is Incompatible with Freedom and Prosperity
Why intellectuals have often advocated socialism, and why it is incompatible with freedom. The economist and book author Kristian Niemietz of the London Institute of Economic Affairs is interviewed by Stefan Beig.