How Economics Would Have Spoiled Goldfinger's Sinister Plot if James Bond Hadn't

Goldfinger failed to consider the stock and flow dynamics within a gold system.... Read more

Why Apple’s Gambit to Challenge Netflix and Amazon in the Streaming Market Is Good News

Apple dominated the digital media market 15 years ago with iTunes, the place where consumers could go to browse, purchase, and play TV shows, music, an... Read more

Capitalism: Understanding Its Secret

The socialists of today, who would have you believe that competition under capitalism is merely another exploitative form of anarchy, do not appreciate... Read more

In the Fight against Climate Change, Free Markets Are Our Biggest Ally

The argument that any effective response to climate change requires the dismantling of capitalism is one that is best put to bed.... Read more

Two for the Price of One: Why More Schools Should Offer College Degrees in High School

Three ways a combined high school and college career can help both students and employers.... Read more

Consumers Should Be Voting Every Day—with Their Wallets

The next time you open your wallet, do so with intent, knowing that every dollar spent is an opportunity to voice your opinion.... Read more

What CNN Gets Wrong in Its Coverage of Seattle's New Minimum Wage Law

It turns out that labor demand curves do slope downwards after all.... Read more

Capitalism Brings Us Together, Authoritarianism Tears Us Apart

Empathy is fostered in a culture where commercial transactions occur between all walks of life.... Read more

How International Students Add Billions to the US Economy

Billions upon billions of dollars enter the economy through this demographic in addition to the thousands and thousands of jobs they support.... Read more

5 Myths about Income Inequality Debunked

It's important to have a healthy skeptic's attitude.... Read more

Is America Going Broke? An Ivy League Economist on Why Government Debt Is Surging

At some point, the irresistible force of insufficient government revenues is going to meet the immovable object of entitlement commitments.... Read more

When Will Politicians Admit Social Security Is on a Collision Course with Math?

For people who believe in limited government, the solution represents a substantially larger problem because political history suggests that the govern... Read more

Bernie Sanders Voted for “Too Big To Fail” but Now Sponsors Shoddy Bill to End It

If passed, Sanders’s “Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Exist Act” would dissolve the nation’s largest banks, forcing those with total assets that exceed thr... Read more

Subprime Loans Are Back, Proving We Have Learned Nothing from 2008

Many are claiming that this time will be different than the last. This should concern just about everyone.... Read more

What If Choice—Not Oppression—Explains Why Few Women Are in Tech Jobs?

The progressive obsession with the lack of women in STEM fields completely misses the point of female empowerment.... Read more