CEE Review: 3D printed bionic arm | Maple syrup wars | Regulation of home-based businesses | and moreFriday, May 29th, 2015
News and Opinion
With the end of the academic year we will be posting CEE Review less frequently. Happy summer vacation!
UK startup creates custom fitted 3D printed bionic arm for less than £1,000. International Business Times.
Don Boudreaux on the orgy of innovation. A 3-minute clip at YouTube.
If you thought the drug wars could be ferocious, beware of the maple syrup wars in Quebec. National Post.
Entrepreneurial wine-aging via salt-water submersion targeted. The Wall Street Journal.
Richard Epstein on nail salons’ low pay and toxic fumes. Hoover Institution.
Half of US businesses are Home-Based. So Why Do Some Cities Want to Kill Them? Institute for Justice.
Virtue in Entrepreneurship, edited by Nils Karlson, Mikolaj Norek, and Karl Wennberg has been published by Stockholm’s Ratio Institute. Contributors include Deirdre McCloskey, Stephen Hicks, Eugene Heath, Art Carden, Lynette Osiemo, Robert Gemmel, David Lipka, Elina Fergin, and Rasmus Nykvist. The book is available in Sweden and the UK.
Idea: “To have long-term success as a coach or in any position of leadership, you have to be obsessed in some way.” Pat Riley
See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.