There's nothing more permanent than a temporary solar investment tax credit.
Each tariff the president imposes is a tax on Americans.
Let employers and employees work it out to meet individual needs.
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.
Articles complaining "there is too much stuff" may be the one thing of which we have too many.
"For the first time ever there are now more people in the world older than 65 than younger than 5."
In a podcast about her new book, Cribsheet, an economist answers your parenting questions about breastfeeding, swaddling, toddler discipline, and more.
Fresh from their 2018 defeat, California's rent control advocates are back with another statewide ballot initiative.
A new mailer from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation argues that allowing the construction of apartment buildings near transit stops is tantamount to "negro removal."
There's no such thing as a free lunch.
Allison Schrager wants to change the way you take chances.
Krueger's work included highlighting the breadth of licensing in American labor markers, and the economic costs of mandatory government permission slips.
When quality of life improved, doctors discovered a new affliction.
Oregon's new rent control law won't deliver on its promises.
New study shows U.S. consumers pay every dollar of the tariffs, which have also damaged supply chains and the availability of goods.
Beto O'Rourke-who won't call himself a "progressive," let alone a "democratic socialist"-is expected to jump into the presidential race.
Price signals ultimately mean more supplies for disaster-struck areas.
Raising the cost of employing workers is never a recipe for increasing employment.
His 16-year-old blog posts are completely irrelevant to his testimony on the minimum wage.
When Apple's CEO Tim Cook says "the free market is not working," bad things are coming.
So far, the world is kind of listening. Q&A with the co-host of The Fifth Column and co-founder of Freethink Media.
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.
Economist Russ Roberts provides a strong argument that individual economic mobility is the rule and not the exception.
In a bold new book about Hayek, the George Mason economist says "too much time and effort has been put into repackaging and marketing a fixed doctrine of eternal truths."
Price gouging is not the evil many officials make it out to be.
An in-depth look at New York's car wash industry, and the real world consequences of politicians interfering with a complex industry they don't understand.
Paul Romer overturns limits-to-growth nonsense, and William Nordhaus projects climate change damages.