Nitrogen crisis: The result of the institutional failure of parliament

The nitrogen crisis could have been prevented. Parliament, through their inaction, failed to hold the government accountable, to consult to find better solutions and to build support for their legislation in society. According to Joes de Natris, who is writing this article in a personal capacity, it has failed to carry out its constitutional duty. … Continue reading Nitrogen crisis: The result of the institutional failure of parliament

Interview with Martin Paldam (Professor at Aarhus University)

The European Public Choice Society has its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes interviewed attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Martin Paldam, who is writing a … Continue reading Interview with Martin Paldam (Professor at Aarhus University)

Why Conservatives Must Protect Local Government

"If European conservatives do not stand between national rationalization and local government autonomy, it is unclear who will stand against the self-conquering technocratic logic of administrative efficiency of the liberal state, and preserve the rich diversity and texture that makes Europe the continent of diverse regions and nations that we love—to say nothing of buttressing … Continue reading Why Conservatives Must Protect Local Government

Interview with Yasmine Elkhateeb (PhD candidate at the University of Paris)

The European Public Choice Society had its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes interviewed attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Yasmine Elkhateeb, who is writing a … Continue reading Interview with Yasmine Elkhateeb (PhD candidate at the University of Paris)

Interview with Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska (professor at the University of Warsaw)

The European Public Choice Society has its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes interviewed attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska, who is compiling the … Continue reading Interview with Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska (professor at the University of Warsaw)

Interview with Atin Basuchoudhary (Professor at the Virginia Military Institute)

The European Public Choice Society has its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes interviewed attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Atin Basuchoudhary, who is writing a … Continue reading Interview with Atin Basuchoudhary (Professor at the Virginia Military Institute)

Book review: From the Ruins of Empire – Pankaj Mishra

How can a people respond to the loss of their independence to another people who are military superior? Should they blindly copy their oppressors? Should they wholly reject everything the oppressors stand for, and instead redevelop the purity of their own culture? Or should they adopt crucial elements of the oppressor's culture and economy, while … Continue reading Book review: From the Ruins of Empire – Pankaj Mishra

Interview with Stefan Voigt (Professor at the University of Hamburg)

The European Public Choice Society has its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes is interviewing attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Stefan Voigt, who is writing … Continue reading Interview with Stefan Voigt (Professor at the University of Hamburg)

Interview with Thomas Apolte (Professor at the University of Münster)

The European Public Choice Society has its annual conference in Braga (Portugal) in the week of the 11th of April. To give you an idea of what is hot and happening in the field of political economy, Joes is interviewing attendants of the conference. For this interview, he spoke with Thomas Apolte, who is writing … Continue reading Interview with Thomas Apolte (Professor at the University of Münster)