It's nutritious, profitable, and keeps farmers from having to raise more methane spewing, environmentally hazardous cows
If we have run out of new companies to invest in as stock prices rise, what then?
The United States as an export powerhouse is no longer wishful thinking. It is my baseline scenario.
Thanks to the outgoing crew of guest-bloggers, and welcome to the new guest hosts, the bloggers from Modeled Behavior.
From driverless cars to Jeopardy-winning computers, AI is getting ready to reshape our lives. We should all be futurists now.
And how an upstart company may change that
Libertarians should oppose central planning even if it's in a wealthy suburb.
Incumbent firms enjoy a privileged position in the market thanks to past and ongoing government assistance
The profitability of a "private" road depends crucially on how many competing roads the government allows to exist
There's no difference between a tax-voucher-rebate scheme and a mandate
Index fund managers aren't paid to make money for investors. But they do a better job of it than the pros who are. What's wrong with this picture?
Sure, some money managers beat the market. But you're still better off investing in an index fund.
A major reason for the recent explosion of patent litigation is that it's hard for software firms to figure out which patents they're in danger of infringing.
The country's supporters still have a responsibility to curb its self-destructive behavior.
The U.S. might be able to borrow for cheap, but that doesn't make it time for a spending binge
We need to think carefully about how to subsidize higher education
Why eminent domain deserve a place in the debate over high rents
Wonks on the left and right think the Federal Reserve can cure our ills with the right monetary policy. If only it were that simple.