Karl Borden

Karl Borden
Karl Borden is professor of financial economics at the University of Nebraska-Kearney and a serial entrepreneur with 11 successful business start-ups to his credit. Borden served for 14 years on the Cato Institute’s National Advisory Council for Social Security Reform, is a senior fellow at the Constitutional Heritage Foundation, and has published and consulted in the field of corporate finance.

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Economics as a Hard Science

Creating wealth is reckoning with entropy
APRIL 13, 2015

Modern economic activity is more complex than the fires burned by primitive man, but both activities still hinge on the thermodynamic fundamentals of heat and entropy.


The Right to Be Left Alone

APRIL 04, 2013

Do we in fact have the right to be left alone? The philosopher and the lawyer may have subtly or starkly different answers to that question. But in the real world of day-to-day affairs, the lawyer's answer determines our practical ability to demand independence.