A gaduate school classmate of mine, Thomas Hazlett, explains why airline seats--and radio spectrum--should be auctioned more frequently.
I understand that it is almost certainly politically impossible, but can't we--please--stop pretending every farm in America is a few dozen acres on the edge of bankruptcy and then stop subsidizing them?
As the old expression goes, it couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of guys.
Related: "The New Oil Reality".
"How can honeybees be dying at a greater rate while the overall population is increasing? The answer lies in the power of the free market, personal knowledge and incentives."
Accords with what I suspect: economic considerations, narrowly defined, had relatively little to do with Trump's victory.
10-minute video. The price information and the history are interesting.
That would be Estonia, population about 1.3 million: "Tiny, but mighty".
A case study in how getting rid of dopey regulations benefits us.
Distinguished scholar Richard Epstein explains.
Trump’s tax plan is not perfect. But it does chart a course toward tax reduction and tax simplification, both of which are long overdue. The hard question is whether a more concrete plan will make it into law.