Personal Reflection: Three Things I Changed My Mind on in the Past Year

Seth Carter 1.) One can listen to and enjoy mumble rap without endorsing either its subject matter or its, let’s say, ‘unique’ take on artistry in the genre. I won’t speak much on this, but I have come to terms with some (not all or most) of the mumble rap sub-genre being enjoyable for meContinue reading “Personal Reflection: Three Things I Changed My Mind on in the Past Year”

An Update on the SSRN Paper Regarding Corporate Lobbying and Taxation Effects

Excellent news the past few weeks! My research paper disseminated on SSRN, “Lobbying as Source of Rent Seeking,” has placed in several Top Ten lists amongst recent papers, including all those submitted thus far for the year of 2021 in their respective categories. Currently, the paper is: #1 in LSN (Law): Legislative and Political Process#3Continue reading “An Update on the SSRN Paper Regarding Corporate Lobbying and Taxation Effects”

Austrian Alert: Some Stellar, Must-Read Developments Regarding Austrian Business Cycle Theory

A point of attention for anyone interested in Austrian Business Cycle Theory, or even macroeconomics and business cycle explanations in general: I’ve recently encountered, upon commentary and suggestion by Dr. James McClure, the most exciting new research updating and filling in gaps in Austrian Business Cycle Theory. I’m still fully letting the implications, applications, andContinue reading “Austrian Alert: Some Stellar, Must-Read Developments Regarding Austrian Business Cycle Theory”