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Dale Steinreich

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Dale Steinreich is an economist and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute.

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100 Years of Medical Robbery

HealthTaxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyEntrepreneurshipInterventionismPolitical Theory

06/10/2004Mises Daily Articles
Dale Steinreich explains the twin goals of the AMA-shaped medical industry: artificially elevated incomes and worship by patients.
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Boycott the French?

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

03/18/2003Mises Daily Articles
Ah, the simplicity of demagogic populism, especially that of Bill O'Reilly and Stephen Moore. They haven't even bothered to notice that Dannon yogurt produces products in three U.S. plants (in Ohio, Texas, and Utah) and distributes them from five U.S. facilities (in Texas, California, Ohio, Florida...
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Enron, One Year Later

Booms and BustsCorporate WelfareTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

12/01/2002Mises Daily Articles
Many pundits have attempted to diagnose why such a wave of scandals and record bankruptcies occurred when it did. Most suggestions fail to address underlying causes. The real lesson of Enron, argue Steinreich and Oglesby, is that significant corporate corruption will end when one-party rule of...
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ImClone vs. Apple

Big GovernmentFinancial MarketsU.S. EconomyInterventionism

07/01/2002Mises Daily Articles
Insider trading laws, writes Dale Steinreich, have empowered the SEC to undertake a mission in information egalitarianism that favors certain classes of investors and strategies, and not others. Martha Stewart and ImClone have the book thrown at them, while the stock sales of Apple Computer's...
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The Open-Standards Ploy

Legal SystemMonopoly and CompetitionProduction Theory

09/04/2001Mises Daily Articles
In a market economy, marginally "superior" technology-where it can be objectively defined-doesn't necessarily end up dominating, and that's the way it should be.
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