Wednesday, December 31, 2003 - The Progress & Freedom Foundation Blog

Milken Institute Review

The latest Milken Institute Review (Fourth Quarter 2003) has some interesting stuff: Martin Campbell-Kelly, author of a useful history of the software industry, defends software patents (warily); economist Frank Lichtenberg examines the value of pharmaceuticals; and the newly-appointed Chief Economist of the IMF has an excerpt from his book Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists.

I like to plug the Review. (Nothing to do with its good sense in publishing my article on stock options last year, of course.) Subtitled "A Journal of Economic Policy," it is edited by Peter Passell, a former New York Times-man gone straight, and it is consistently intelligent and readable.

posted by James DeLong @ 2:54 PM | General