It’s good that Business for Britain is looking at the cost of regulation to small business, says Tim Ambler, but by focusing on devolution they push in precisely the wrong direction—more unified markets are lower regulation markets.
This is a transcript of the speech “Ayn Rand: More Relevant Now Than Ever” given by Lars Seier Christensen, Co-founder and CEO of Saxo Bank, at Goldmsith’s Hall for the Adam Smith Institute’s Ayn Rand Lecture on the 29th October 2013
John Burton shows how the government’s new case for HS2 is even less convincing than the last.
Dr. Charles Hanson explains the importance of Thatcher’s union-taming policies for analysing her influence and impact, which he believes have been underplayed or ignored in many conventional histories.
The great economist Ronald Coase has died at the age of 103. Vuk Vukovic explains what made Coase such an influential and profound thinker.