Politicians on both sides get way too much mileage out of rising gas prices. By Richard A. Epstein.
No longer able to devalue its way to competitiveness, Europe can save itself in just one way: reforming its welfare states. By Michael J. Boskin.
A classic parable of shared resources explains the woes besetting both the euro and U.S. debt. By Gary D. Libecap.
Mandating a minimum income would only distort costs and gum up the labor market. By Richard A. Epstein.
A return to first principles: economic freedom leads to economic success. By John B. Taylor.
America’s founders paid off the states’ debts once—but only once. That wise example could benefit Europe today. By Thomas J. Sargent.
Patients are not the same around the world, and neither are health outcomes. Let’s put U.S. health care into its proper, and superlative, light. By Scott W. Atlas.
Win over those “none of the above” voters, and you win the White House. By David W. Brady and Douglas Rivers.
Sunny, simplistic views of taxes, imports, and wages—welcome to “do it yourself” economics. By Mark Harrison.
Hoover’s newest Nobel Prize winner discovered a way to put actual human beings back into economic theory. By Art Rolnick.