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[…]china’s “planned capitalism” kills wealthdecember 6, 2016 by sandy ikeda leave a comment sometimes, prosperity is an illusion. the massive building boom in the people’s republic of china is creating outer signs of affluence, but there isn’t … [read more...]market urbanism musings december 2, 2016december 2, 2016 by adam hengels leave a comment1. this week at market urbansim: private neighborhoods and the transformation of local government by sandy ikedain private neighborhoods and the transformation … [read more...]thoughts on today’s emily hamilton vs. randal o’toole cato discussionnovember 29, 2016 by michael lewyn 6 commentsbecause of work obligations, i listened to only about a third of today's cato institute discussion on urban sprawl.  i heard some of randall o'toole's talk and some of the question-and-answer period.o’toole said high housing prices don’t correlate with … [read more...]private neighborhoods and the transformation of local governmentnovember 29, 2016 by sandy ikeda 1 commenturban institute press • 2005 • 494 pages • $32.50 paperbackin private neighborhoods and the transformation of local government, robert h. nelson effectively frames the discussion of what minimal government might look like in terms of personal choices based … [read more...]market urbanism musings november 25, 2016november 25, 2016 by adam hengels leave a comment 1. this week at market urbansim: the urban origins of liberty by sandy ikedaonly in the commercial society of the cities, which then as today attracted the ambitious, the talented, and the misfit, did liberty have a real meaning and substance. … [read more...]one reason why subsidies aren’t the (only) solutionnovember 24, 2016 by michael lewyn leave a commenti was rereading the obama administration's surprisingly market-oriented policy paper on zoning and affordable housing, and saw one good point that i had never really thought about.one common anti-development argument is that government should subsidize … [read more...]the urban origins of libertynovember 22, 2016 by sandy ikeda leave a commentin the road to serfdom, f. a. hayek tells us that intellectuals and governments in the twentieth century tragically abandoned the road to liberty in pursuit of collectivist utopias.  that road stretched at least as far back as the democratic polis of ancient … [read more...]market urbanism musings november 18, 2016november 18, 2016 by adam hengels leave a comment 1. this week at market urbansim: america’s progressive developers–the uptown gateway council by scott beyersan diego, too, may be subject to this downzoning trend. like california’s other destination cities, san diego has both a fast-growing … [read more...]the psychological consequences of rent controlnovember 15, 2016 by sandy ikeda leave a commentthe university of chicago press has published a “definitive” edition of f. a. hayek’s the constitution of liberty under the editorial guidance of long-time hayek scholar ronald hamowy. given my 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