Henderson: ‘Net Neutrality won’t work’; Ebeling: ‘Fed distorts resource allocation’
Citi and JPMorgan have agreed to pay more than $1 billion apiece to resolve the currency probe, which indicates they were trying boost profits by moving one the world’s largest markets, oftentimes at the expense of their own clients. Erin weighs in. David Henderson, professor of economics at the Naval Postgraduate School, gives us his free market perspective on net neutrality and argues that income inequality isn’t always an issue for the government to fix. Richard Ebeling, professor of ethics and free enterprise leadership at the Citadel, on why Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises’ “Theory of Money and Credit” is more important than ever and gives us his taken on whether we’ll have another financial crisis. And in the Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison are talking about job-crushing robots and recent changes at Twitter.
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