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Our weekly roundup includes stories from everyday economics that relate to creative destruction, taxation, price floors, labor markets and entitlements.
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Estonia’s market economy resulted from eurozone membership, human capital and infrastructure development and fiscal discipline.
What Refrigerators Can Tell Us About Global Markets
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Handy Ukraine Facts
When 2066 Americans were asked where Ukraine is located, as the dots on the following map show, the replies were rather scattered. While 16% of the respondents knew their geography, the rest were off by an average of 1800 miles. The redder…