Coronavirus Crisis: The Potential Harm of Damage Compensation
We could be facing the biggest economic crisis of all time. Will politicians be able to learn the lessons from this and use the crisis as an opportunity for a new beginning in economic and public health policy?
by Rahim Taghizadegan
The Alternate Universe of Anti-Capitalist Coronavirus Experts
In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, during which the state is now called upon to protect the population and keep economic life going, anti-capitalist recriminations are once again spreading.
by Stefan Beig
For critics of globalization the main culprit of the Coronavirus epidemic is "neoliberalism" and globalization. On the contrary, globalization is particularly helpful now, among other things because it reduces regional dependencies.
by Florian A. Hartjen
“Stimulating the economy”—a destructive remedy
Should the State enhance the “aggregate demand” through stimulation? Followers of Hayek still have very good arguments against that proposal, but the politicians love Keynes
by Beat Kappeler