Navarro's Wall Street Journal op-ed looks more like a deliberately deceptive attempt to argue that limiting imports will boost economic growth. It won't.
"For the first time ever there are now more people in the world older than 65 than younger than 5."
Mark the 49th anniversary of Earth Day by celebrating human ingenuity.
A conservative technocrat tries to engineer a better world.
Is the solution a "fertility dividend" that makes a portion of a person's Social Security benefit dependent on each of their offspring's earnings?
New Simon Abundance Index elegantly refutes primitive zero-sum intuitions with respect to population and resource availability trends.
By 2020, interest on the debt will cost more than Medicaid. By 2025, it will cost more than defense spending. And that's just the start.
The prolific George Mason University economist outlines his unabashedly libertarian argument for a government that does less and individuals who do more.
New report declares world must be off fossil fuels entirely by 2050.
Paul Romer overturns limits-to-growth nonsense, and William Nordhaus projects climate change damages.
Economic freedom is good-whether in itself or because of the longevity, prosperity, and associated liberty it brings.
At nearly every opportunity, the GOP has made the nation's fiscal outlook worse.
AI could boost economic growth by 1.2 percent annually between now and 2030.
Trump worries that the Fed chief's predictable interest rate policy could impair the economic growth needed to make his tax policies viable.
If you read Reason you already know these three pieces of good news about global trends.
Carbon-neutral transportation fuels might be possible.
More undocumented immigration meant less violent crime.
"How bad will climate change be? Not very."
"These women can give their baked goods away for free."
The U.S. used to come in second or third in rankings, but according to the latest Human Freedom Index it's at 17.
Some of Trump's economic policies could be good for everyone, including African Americans. But those numbers aren't his doing.
Anyone who studies economics instead of partisan talking points, for one.
Economy advances while administrative state recedes; lefty commentators hardest hit.
What's wrong with the other 55 percent?
The former fast food restaurant CEO says a $15 wage floor steals opportunities from entry-level workers.
Global per capita income now is $10,000. How much should we spend to prevent climate change losses in 2100?
The long-ruling African National Congress is on its way to losing power, but could go with the "Zimbabwe option."
Trump Is Right: Regulation Is Massively Slowing Down and Boosting the Costs of Modernizing Infrastructure
'Red tape is not the price of good government; it is the enemy of good government.'
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
And they've made the U.S. economy 9 percent smaller than it would it otherwise be.
Fortunately, even if conditions don't improve, economic freedom (and consequently growth) benefits not only the people who have it, but also people who don't.
The Times news columns have been openly campaigning against Trump's tax cuts from the moment they were rolled out.