Milton Friedman (July 31, 1912 – November 16, 2006) was an American economist and statistician who received the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on consumption analysis, monetary history and theory and the complexity of stabilization policy. — Wikipedia
The economist taught a generation of corporate leaders that profit should be their main motive. A new group of C.E.O.s begs to differ.
How did Chile avoid becoming like Cuba? Milton Friedman’s economic policy has something to do with it.
Economist Milton Friedman and St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter share an idea.
The New York Times touches on an old intra-libertarian debate over corporate responsibility.
From the blog of Boris Lozhkin at The Times of Israel
It’s bigness, not capitalism, that lets Beijing get away with so many abuses.
A Reason debate featuring Milton Friedman, Whole Foods’ John Mackey, and Cypress Semiconductor’s T.J. Rodgers.
Main Street: If Joe Biden intends to outcompete Beijing, surely Milton Friedman still offers a more compelling model than simply copying the government-directed
Bob Chitester’s 1980 PBS series ‘Free to Choose’ helped make capitalism popular. Can markets make a comeback in the era of AOC?
We would all be far better off in a free market economy of the sort favored by Milton Friedman
Is this the only policy proposal Tom Paine, Huey Long, Milton Friedman, Timothy Leary, and Sam Altman can agree on?
Milton Friedman and the Business Roundtable’s philosophies are not as different as they may appear, writes a McKinsey senior partner.