The statist wolf in sheep's clothing

Andrew Work (SCMP, 15th May 2007) In my native Canada, politicians dress up desperately needed market measures in heart-warming, economically senseless language protecting the state’s role. In Hong Kong, where people are acutely aware of the benefits of free markets, the opposite is true. Even ardent socialists try to dressContinue reading>

A free lunch for Friedman

Andrew Work and Wallace Chan (The Standard, Sunday 26th November, 2006) The renowned American economist Milton Friedman passed away last week in San Francisco at the age of 94. Despite his sudden departure, he left us an enriched free-market philosophy. In the 1940s, Friedman had already established himself as anContinue reading>