Bruce Yandle is a distinguished Mercatus Center adjunct professor of economics at George Mason University. He specializes in public choice, regulation, and free-market environmentalism. He is also dean emeritus of the Clemson College of Business and Behavioral Sciences and was executive director of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and senior economist on the President’s Council on Wage and Price Stability. Yandle coauthored Bootleggers and Baptists: Explaining America’s Regulatory Saga with Johnson & Wales University economics professor Adam Smith.
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No amount of experience can solve the "knowledge problem."
The economy is spinning, but we’ve proven there are viable ways to slow it down to more bearable levels.
Few politicians are willing to admit deficit spending is the larger cause.
Inflation Means Interest Rates Could Rise. Higher Interest Rates Will Make the National Debt More Expensive.
The Fed may soon get serious about hitting the monetary brakes to slow the economy.
The cost of interest on the national debt will soon be a huge chunk of change.
Soda tax moralizers are easy to find, but where are our sweetened-beverage bootleggers?