Thursday, January 6, 2011

Maryland Journal

Our friends at The Maryland Public Policy Institute, which promotes “public policies at all levels of government based on principles of free enterprise, limited government, and civil society,” has published the inaugural issue of Maryland Journal, a publication focusing on market oriented solutions to public policy issues in the Free State.

Edited by Johns Hopkins economist John Hanke, with contributions from a wide range of scholars, Maryland Journal offers free market prescriptions to the solving the state’s chronic structural budget deficit, reforming unsustainable teacher pensions and doctor reimbursements, and transportation policy. The issue also features primers on Maryland’s electricity market, and the obstacles to expanding educational choice.

With our state on the road to Californication, Maryland Journal is a breath of fresh air in response to the discredited progressive trope that we must tax, spend and regulate our way to fiscal sanity and economic prosperity.

Subscribe to Maryland Journal here.

1 comment:

John J. Walters said...

Thanks for the plug, Mark. You do good work.

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