The Mortgage Meltdown
How Dodd-Frank Harms Main Street
How Central Bank Planning Ruins Markets
The Housing Crash and Smart Growth
The Importance of Intellectual Property Protection to the U.S. Economy
Do Unemployment Insurance Benefits Encourage Reemployment?

During the 2008 Recession, the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program provided the long-term unemployed an unprecedented maximum 99 weeks of benefits. Some weeks of extended benefits were a…

The Death of Cash as a Vehicle for Saving

The nation’s supply of financial capital consists largely of the flow of savings from American households. However, in today’s monetary environment, savers are pressed — they might as well put their d…

Why the "Rich" Can Get Richer Faster than the "Poor"

President Barack Obama has tagged the growing inequality of income over the past three or four decades as “the defining challenge of our time,” an often-repeated claim recently echoed by economist Tho…