Milton Friedman


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Noun1.Milton Friedman - United States economist noted as a proponent of monetarism and for his opposition to government intervention in the economy (born in 1912)Milton Friedman - United States economist noted as a proponent of monetarism and for his opposition to government intervention in the economy (born in 1912)
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Milton Friedman on Freedom: Selections from The Collected Works of Milton Friedman
Several Nobel laureate economists, including Milton Friedman, advocated that idea.
They cover understanding Hong Kong and China's relationship through Milton Friedman and Gregory Chow; the rise of tycoons and their influence on Hong Kong developments; tycoons and Occupy Central in Hong Kong; and Hong Kong: systematic integration, hybrid federalism, cosmopolitan democracy or political regression, and post-Occupy Central: what now for the tycoons.
On Fridays, Twitter users pay tribute to Milton Friedman, the Brooklyn-born, Nobel Prize-winning economist, by adding the hashtag #FriedmanFriday, a social media effort popularized in large part by Stanford's Hoover Institution, where Friedman was a research fellow.
SIR - Ian Roblin's letter "Corbynomics would hit entrepreneurship" (Letters, September 21) is based on the failed "free-market" neo-liberalist doctrine of Milton Friedman which inevitably led to the great casino capitalist crash of 2007-08.
IAN Roblin's letter "Corbynomics would hit entrepreneurship" (Letters, September 22) is based on the failed "free-market" neoliberalist doctrine of Milton Friedman which inevitably led to the great casino capitalist crash of 2007/08.
BORN JK Rowling, UK novelist, 1965, above TED Cassidy, American actor, 1932 MILTON Friedman, US economist, 1912 DIED SIR Bobby Robson, UK football boss, 2009, above FRANZ Liszt, Hungarian composer, 1886 GORE Vidal, American author, 2012
I can't help but feel that somewhere from beyond the grave Milton Friedman and Margaret Thatcher are looking up and smiling.
Hansen, who developed a statistical measure to test theories of asset pricing, teaches at University of Chicago and is research director of its Gary Becker Milton Friedman Institute for Research in Economics.
Nobelist Milton Friedman said it best when he concluded that "The real tragedy of minimum wage laws is that they are supported by well-meaning groups who want to reduce poverty.
the late Viner (1892-1970) is considered a key figure in the early Chicago School of Economics and mentor to such more famous figures as Milton Friedman.
The 2013 edition also features personal stories of the students, parents, and schools that benefit from school choice along with "Friedman Feedback" on ways states can expand each program to eventually fund all children, a vision first established by the late Milton Friedman.

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