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1. The Economic Impact of Tax Changes, 1920–1939

2. How Misaligned Incentives Hinder Foster Care Adoption

3. Barber Licensing in Arkansas: Public Health or Private Gain?

4. Economic Well‐​Being under Plan versus Market: The Case of Estonia and Finland

5. Impact of Institutions in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters

6. U.S. Trade Policy toward China: Learning the Right Lessons

7. Financial Development in Hong Kong and China: A Hayekian Perspective

8. Modern Monetary Theory Meets Greece and Chicago

9. Lessons for the Fed from the Pandemic

10. Which Type of Digital Currency for Financial Inclusion?

11. Chartering the Fintech Future

12. A Reckoning Looms for America’s 50‐​Year Financial Surveillance System

13. Monetary Effects of Global Stablecoins

14. Some Thoughts on Central Bank Digital Currency

15. Central Bank Digital Currency as a Potential Source of Financial Instability

16. Cryptocurrencies and All That: Two Ideas from Monetary Economics

17. Ten Stablecoin Predictions and Their Monetary Policy Implications

18. Promise and Peril of Digital Money in China

19. Financial Freedom and Privacy in the Post‐​Cash World

20. Tunnels, Bunkers, and Escape Hatches: Defending Economic Rights under Fire

21. The Case for Central Bank Digital Currencies

22. Should the State or the Market Provide Digital Currency?

23. Technology Development of Digital Currency

24. Public and Private Money Can Coexist in the Digital Age

25. Reflections on Monetary Policy and Its Future

26. Reforming Patent Law: The Case of Covid‐​19

27. An Alternative Theoretical Framework for Economics

28. Labor Taxation: Insights from the World Economic Forum Survey

29. The Economic Policies of Lord Liverpool

30. The Potential for Constitutional Devolution in South Africa

31. The Economic Mentality of Nations

32. The Covid‐​19 Coin Shortage: Causes, Responses, and Lessons

33. The War on Cash: Institutional Hostility and Covid‐​19

34. Covid Cash

35. Effects of Immigration on Entrepreneurship and Innovation

36. The GameStop Episode: What Happened and What Does It Mean?

37. GameStop and the Rise of Retail Trading

38. The Impact of Public Debt on Economic Growth

39. U.S. Debt Sustainability under Low Interest Rates and after the Covid‐​19 Shock

40. Money, Stability, and Free Societies

41. The Effect of War on Economic Growth

42. Tariffs and Monetary Policy: A Toxic Mix

43. The U.S.-China Trade War: Is There an End in Sight?

44. How the Classical Gold Standard Can Inform Monetary Policy

45. On the Origins of Entrepreneurial Alertness: Did Bauer and Yamey Precede Kirzner?

46. Assessing State Capacity Libertarianism

47. The American News Media’s Volatile Perspectives on China

48. U.S. Policy Options Toward China: An Appraisal

49. The Fall of Chile

50. Economic Liberalizations Around the World Since 1970: Shock Therapy Versus Gradualism

51. Immigration and State Institutions: Does Region of Origin Matter?

52. Financial Transactions Taxes: Inaccessible and Expensive

53. Lessons from the Swedish Experience with Negative Central Bank Rates

54. Perspectives on Balance Sheet and Credit Policies: A Tribute to Marvin Goodfriend

55. The 1948 German Currency and Economic Reform: Lessons for European Monetary Policy

56. Modern Monetary Theory: Cautionary Tales from Latin America

57. Assessing Global Financial Stability

58. Assessing President Trump’s Trade Priorities

59. U.S.-China Relations: The Way Forward

60. China’s Future Development: Challenges and Opportunities

61. Flawed Plan to Keep Out Welfare‐​Using Immigrants

62. An Analysis of the PBOC’s New Mobile Payment Regulation

63. Assessing China’s Financial Reform: Changing Roles of the Repressive Financial Policies

64. American Constitutional Theory and History: Implications for European Constitutionalism

65. Some Thoughts on International Monetary Policy Coordination

66. The Case for a New International Monetary System

67. Toward a Rules‐​Based International Monetary System

68. Extending the Economic Freedom of the World Index to the Cold War Era

69. Economic Freedom and Mass Migration: Evidence from Israel

70. China's Future and the Determining Role of the Market for Ideas

71. Making Inroads: China's New Silk Road Initiative

72. The Japanese Experience with QE and QQE

73. The Making of a State: Transition in Montenegro

74. Rent Seeking and Entrepreneurship: Internet Startups in China

75. The G20 and Global Governance

76. Rethinking the International Monetary System

77. Subnational Economic Freedom and Performance in the United States and Canada

78. China's Political-Economic Institutions and Development

79. The Power of Ideas and Leadership in China's Transition to a Liberal Society

80. Political Capitalism

81. Thinking Ahead of the Next Big Crash

82. Income Inequality: Piketty and the Neo-Marxist Revival

83. The Impact of Economic Inequality on Economic Freedom

84. Welfare Economics and Second-Best Theory: Filling Imaginary Economic Boxes

85. The Rule of Nobody: Saving America from Dead Laws and Broken Government

86. Mass Flourishing: How Grassroots Innovation Created Jobs, Challenge, and Change

87. Falling Behind? Boom, Bust, and the Global Race for Scientific Talent

88. Saving Congress from Itself: Emancipating the States Empowering Their People

89. The American Warfare State: The Domestic Politics of Military Spending

90. Boom Towns: Restoring the Urban American Dream

91. Monetary Muddles

92. Money and Banking: A Constitutional Perspective

93. Gold and Silver as Constitutional Alternative Currencies

94. The Role of Gold in a Market-Based Monetary System

95. Law, Legislation, and the Gold Standard

96. Fix What Broke: Building an Orderly and Ethical International Monetary System

97. Transitioning Standards of Value in Fixed-Value Monetary Systems

98. Editor's Note

99. A Limited Central Bank

100. A Century of Central Banking: What Have We Learned?