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I, as an undergraduate, have written recently a kind of (short and very limited in scope) introduction to the issue of economic development, dealing with institutions and entrepeneurship as the key factors. It's a pity it's written in Spanish.

Thanks for all the links of the post!


You should look at the work of Steve Pejovich on this issue as well. He has a book that just came out.


What's the name of his most recent book? Thanks.

Steve Pejovich, Law, Informal Rules and Economic Performance (Edward Elgar, 2009).

Here is an important article...

Institutions communicate and sustain the culture. In the 15th century it was the Catholic church that played this role then some guy named Gutenberg invented the printing press. The 16th century brought us Luther and the reformation and eventually the end of the Church's political and cultural power.

Fast forward to today (1980, anyway) and the culture was communicated and sustained by the MSM and the NYT. Then Al Gore invents the internet and it breaks the MSM's cultural monopoly.

We are at the beginning of a major social revolution, probably the biggest in human history. New institutions must form to communicate and sustain the culture. This is an unprecedented historical opportunity for Austrian Economics to break through and establish Capitalism not just slow down Socialism. Keep up the good fight guys, Western Civilization is counting on you!

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Things are fairly simple when you think about it: when your goal is excellent (and fast!) customer service, you focus on getting enough knowledgable staff to handle your busiest times and to keep the customers from having to wait. I

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