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A ban that made no sense

A ban that made no sense

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jun 15 2019

Is jute our oil?

Shemai all year round

Shemai all year round

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jun 8 2019

Why certain foods make sense on certain holidays

All the water we need

All the water we need

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jun 1 2019

How can we produce a system which delivers clean water to all?

Leaving rice alone

Leaving rice alone

Tim Worstall

Sat, May 25 2019

Don’t mess with the markets through politics

Feeling the crunch

Feeling the crunch

Tim Worstall

Sat, May 18 2019

What is the difference between an illiquid bank and an insolvent bank?

Where to get the good milk

Where to get the good milk

Tim Worstall

Sun, May 12 2019

Bangladeshi milk industry could benefit from a bit of foreign competition

Where to get the good milk

Where to get the good milk

Opinion

Sun, May 12 2019

The Bangladeshi milk industry could benefit from a bit of foreign competition

Income inequality, then and now

Income inequality, then and now

Tim Worstall

Sat, May 4 2019

Are the poor better off now than they were before?

To make a bad loan worse

To make a bad loan worse

Tim Worstall

Sat, Apr 27 2019

We need to learn from our mistakes

How a parking app makes us richer

How a parking app makes us richer

Opinion

Sun, Apr 21 2019

We should all embrace the digital economy

Leave it up to the experts

Leave it up to the experts

Opinion

Tue, Apr 16 2019

Chicken farmers should be allowed to make their own decisions

Why banning vaping is a mistake

Why banning vaping is a mistake

Tim Worstall

Sat, Mar 30 2019

It may do more harm than good

When you have too many potatoes

When you have too many potatoes

Tim Worstall

Sat, Mar 9 2019

Look to exporting products, like french fries, potato flour, and potato flakes

For a fistful of US dollars

For a fistful of US dollars

Opinion

Sun, Feb 17 2019

What’s going on with Venezuela?

Efficiently using the land

Efficiently using the land

Tim Worstall

Sat, Feb 9 2019

How can we save our remaining wild areas?

The rigours of the marketplace

The rigours of the marketplace

Opinion

Sun, Feb 3 2019

Health care and education work better in a competitive market

Paying them not to sell

Paying them not to sell

Opinion

Sun, Jan 27 2019

A rare case for government intervention

Let’s get to ‘good enough’

Let’s get to ‘good enough’

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jan 19 2019

Don’t let the perfect become the enemy of the good

Paying the real and full costs

Paying the real and full costs

Opinion

Sun, Jan 13 2019

The best way to clean up the environment is to make sure that all costs are included

The kind of investment that

The kind of investment that

Tim Worstall

Sat, Jan 5 2019

How poor countries really get richer

Is Walton ready to capture the global...

Is Walton ready to capture the global...

Opinion

Tue, Jan 1 2019

If Walton’s management desires to be such a major exporter, we should expose the company to the...