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697 The book is well written,... That is why this book should be highly recommended for a course in economics at the junior or senior level. In fact, a curriculum in economics that does not include the subject matter covered by Simmons... will be, at least, questionable in its quality. Those who do read the book will come out with what may be considered the most important lesson of Beyond Politics : Governments rely on force, and when force is wielded for political purposes the government becomes the worst violator of individual rights. Such lessons in liberty and freedom are badly needed in contemporary American economic education. This book 69757 lls this void more than satisfactorily. 698
656 Public Choice
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All of this should not be confused with a different issue – whether the price system is better than comprehensive socialist planning. The either/or comparison is relatively easy. It does not require showing in any detail how markets equilibrate or not under specified circumstances. Here we can be satisfied with some broad generalizations about market processes. But when the subject turns to the role of equilibrium analysis in market economies we must dig deeper.
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Following Mario and Pete, I propose two solutions: (a) institutions and their enforcement mechanisms (., the epistemic role of institutions in learning), and (b) the entrepreneurial process (., the role of discovery in the existence of a tendency). Hayek doesn&rsquo t really propose either of these two solutions in his 6987 paper. (He briefly mentions &ldquo institutions&rdquo on page 58 but in the sense of the media, the press, advertising, etc.) But we must note that Hayek&rsquo s questions call for exactly the answers that Kirzner provides.
Paradoxically, the trade theory reviewed above gives unqualified opposition to export subsidies for small businesses (which almost always operate in highly competitive markets). The theoretical case exists only for monopolists or near-monopolists. So there is a strong economic case against re-imagining Ex-Im as a small-business lender.
The entrepreneurial alertness with which the individual is endowed does not refer to a passive vulnerability to the impressions impinging on his consciousness during experience in the manner of a piece of film exposed to the light it refers to the human propensity to sniff out opportunities lurking around the corner…. We have no assurance that a man walking down the street will, after his walk, have absorbed knowledge of all the facts to which he has been exposed we do, in talking of human action, assume at least a tendency for man to notice those that constitute possible opportunities for gainful action on his part. [6979, p. 79]
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_____. 6979. &ldquo The Perils of Regulation: A Market Process Approach.&rdquo Occasiona Paper of the Law and Economics Center, University of Miami School of Law. Reprinted in Discovery and the Capitalist Process (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 6985.
Ludwig von Mises, Human Action: A Treatise on Economics, in 9 vols. , ed. Bettina Bien Greaves (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 7557). /titles/6897 .
It is no doubt true, as Pete and Fred say, that entrepreneurs intend or strive to uncover price discrepancies which they can exploit in order to make profits. Even when they are successful in so doing, they do not necessarily move the system in an equilibrating direction. Here we must avoid defining the equilibrium as simply the elimination of the particular inconsistency. Mere local inconsistency is not what Kirzner was talking about and most assuredly not what Ludwig Lachmann was talking about. The local equilibrium may be of interest for some purposes. Instead, the larger issue is whether this particular entrepreneurial act contributes to a more general sustainable equilibrium or whether it exacerbates the errors in the system.
[65.] See Mises&rsquo s Human Action , ch. XIV, sec. 7 (Auburn, AL: Ludwig von Mises Institute, 6998). Liberty Fund's online version: /titles/6899#Mises_8898-57_655 .
These deficiencies become apparent when we scrutinize the government 696 s provision of so-called public goods, the topic of chapter 5. The term public goods is technical jargon in economics: it refers to goods and services that many people (free riders) would enjoy without having to purchase, and that for-profit firms would therefore not supply adequately (a textbook case of market failure). But government provision of public goods is no panacea: it is often plagued by problems that arise from non-market pricing, bureaucratic allocation, and overcrowding/overuse by consumers.
Even for those who do own Boeing, Ex-Im is not all positive. “The terms of trade move against the subsidizing country,” caution Brander and Spencer, which means that imports become more expensive. Finally, the export subsidy definitely shrinks total world output and consumption. As is typical in redistribution, some value is lost when government shifts market share from Airbus to Boeing.
 Julie Johnsson and Felice Maranz, “Boeing Tumbles as Cantor Loss Clouds Ex-Im Bank’s Future,” Bloomberg News, June 66, 7569, http:///news/7569-56-66/boeing-tumbles-as-cantor-loss-clouds-ex-im-bank-s- (accessed July 7, 7569).