Nobel Prize–winning economist Ronald Coase and Professor Ning Wang on the transformation of the Chinese economy.
Several states are considering legalizing marijuana. Here are some things you should know.
Vivek Wadhwa on the immigrant exodus that threatens the United States.
Enrico Moretti explains why policymakers should concentrate on mobility inequality, why there is no Great Stagnation, and why economist Paul Romer has a tough road ahead.
Alan Viard discusses the benefits of junking the income tax system in favor of a progressive consumption tax.
Edward Conard argues that in the wake of the commercialization of the Internet, the structure of our unrealized investment opportunities has changed dramatically.
Roger Scruton on the possibility of renewal in urban America and why China’s urbanization is one of the great ecological disasters of our time.
Jim Manzi’s new book is a powerful indictment of political central planning.
Robert Cooter explains how law can end the poverty of nations.
Ben Casnocha discusses the end of the labor mentality and how short-term risk can yield explosive rewards.
Economist Alex Tabarrok discusses bringing smart ideas to market, the college bubble, and why Paul Romer reminds him of Nobel Prize winner Ronald Coase.
If Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels runs for president, he will tout his tremendous success as an education reformer.
A scholar argues that social science says you should have more kids; and that ‘tiger mom’ Amy Chua needs to relax.
A century ago, Teddy Roosevelt rescued football from a movement of Progressive intellectuals and activists who sought to banish the sport from the land.
Steve Hayward explains what’s behind the newfound respect liberals have for Ronald Reagan.
House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton of Michigan on repealing ObamaCare, confronting the EPA, and regulating the Internet.
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Three entrepreneurs are hoping to combat the world’s worst environmental and humanitarian crisis.
Not too many years ago, it seemed that fast-moving technology would happily put the government’s top communications regulator out of business. Why hasn’t it happened?
Your cell phone camera can tell you all about a product. Is this an ephemeral gimmick or a great business? Time and the market will tell, writes NICK SCHULZ.