Does economic freedom alleviate poverty?
MARCH 07, 2014 by JULIAN ADORNEY
The War on Poverty turns 50 this year. It's still no match for the free market.
Political inequality is the real problem
MARCH 04, 2014 by STEWART DOMPE, ADAM C. SMITH
Most discourse on inequality confuses a constructive form of inequality (economic) with a destructive form (political). Understanding the difference will bring some clarity to the issue.
Markets might be impersonal, but at least they don’t require coercion
MARCH 03, 2014 by GARY M. GALLES
Some people believe the economy should reflect a particular purpose. Such a pursuit requires the coercion of some by others.
FEBRUARY 28, 2014
The power of a distributed network lies in how decisions are made. There isn't one central point of failure wherein a government regulatory body either makes good law or doesn't.
To make legal systems better, we must make them compete against each other
FEBRUARY 26, 2014 by TOM W. BELL
Polycentric law offers a pragmatic approach to advancing individual freedom and social harmony.
FEBRUARY 25, 2014 by JORDAN BRUNEAU
Unbundling routine primary care from catastrophic health events could chop billions off of America's healthcare bills.
Vouchers are back in vogue, but higher ed offers us lessons about a K–12 tuition spiral
FEBRUARY 24, 2014 by JENNA ROBINSON
Before jumping on board with school vouchers, proponents should hear this cautionary tale from higher education.
FEBRUARY 21, 2014 by CHARLES W. BAIRD
Labor law frequently impinges on First Amendment rights. A new case might force the Supreme Court to finally take a long look at this issue.
Less government means faster healing, says new study
FEBRUARY 18, 2014 by DOUGLAS FRENCH
A new study from Pro Teck Valuation Services provides empirical support for Austrian economists' claims that markets will recover more quickly absent government meddling.