Sep 21, 2023
Democrats are touting the economic results of Biden administration policies aimed at improving the lives of working Americans and creating a more equitable economy. But ordinary Americans aren't feeling the so-called success of "Bidenomics."
Sep 15, 2023
Today's hyperpartisan and frequently negative news cycle ignores one significant and uplifting story: the precipitous decline of global inequality.
Sep 8, 2023
There are plenty of reasons why treating China's growing EV industry as a strategic problem is a narrow and counterproductive perspective, especially if we claim that fighting climate change is a priority.
Aug 25, 2023
In the same way a diet is more effective alongside exercise, legislators must stop treating predictable occasions for government outlays as emergencies.
Aug 18, 2023
Last month, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published a draft of proposed new guidelines for mergers and acquisitions. Sounds like a problem reserved for people who sit in board rooms, right? Not exactly. Such rules will affect all of...
Aug 3, 2023
The difficulty, of course, is that legislators are both the referees and the players in the budget game. Convincing them to tie their own hands and follow the budget rules is hard.
Jul 27, 2023
Be wary of those who push industrial policy as a means of job creation. It's a short-sighted approach that distracts us from the more important question, which is whether hindering the market allocation of resources is truly justified for national security.
Jul 20, 2023
Central planning, never out of fashion on the left, is now more popular than ever on the right thanks to the GOP's populist takeover.