Table of contents for The legacy of Milton and Rose Friedman's Free to choose : economic liberalism at the turn of the 21st century : proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, October 2003 / edited by Mark A. Wynne, Harvey Rosenblum, Robert L. Formaini ; with a foreword by Milton and Rose Friedman.


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Foreword
      Milton and Rose Friedman  ....................................................vii

Preface
      Robert D. McTeer, Jr . ........................................................ix

Remarks
      Alan Greenspan       ....  ....................................................xi

Introduction
"Free to Choose" ...................................................................  3
      Mark A. Wynne

Session 1
The Toughest Battleground: Schools ..................................................21
       Eric A. Hanushek

 The Theory and Practice of School Choice ...........................................37
       Paul E. Peterson

Session 2
 The Property Rights Path to Sustainable Development ................................57
       Terry L. Anderson and Laura E. Huggins

 Economic Freedom and Environmental Quality .........................................73
       Richard L. Stroup

Session 3
 The Economic Burden of Taxation          ...........................................93
       William A. Niskanen

 The Transition to Private Market Provision of Elderly Entitlements .................99
       Liqun Liu, Andrew J. Rettenmaier, and Thomas R. Saving



Session 4
Commerce, Culture and Diversity: Some Friedmanesque
Themes in Trade and the Arts .......................................................123
      Tyler Cowen

Milton and Rose Friedman's "Free to Choose" and Its Impact in the
Global Movement Toward Free Market Policy: 1979-2003 ...............................137
      Peter J. Boettke

Free to Choose in China   ..........................................................153
      Gregory C. Chow

Session 5
Financial Markets and Economic Freedom       .......................................175
      Luigi Zingales

 Choosing Freely: The Friedmans' Influence on Economic
 and Social Policy      ............................................................191
      Allan H. Meltzer

Friedman's Monetary Framework: Some Lessons ..... ..................................207
      Ben S. Bemanke

Session 6
What Have We Learned from the Measurement of Economic Freedom?......................217
      James Gwartney and Robert Lawson

 Can the Tide Turn?       .................................  .......................239
      Raghuram G. Rajan

Acknowledgments           ..........................................................249

About the Contributors      ........................................................251





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Free enterprise, Economic development, Industrial policy, Economic policy