Archive: Articles

Two-way Trade in the “Same” Commodity
The same commodity can be both imported and exported to a single country.
Robert Higgs | September 24, 2018
Telemedicine Is Popular: Why Isn’t It Everywhere?
Will telemedicine revolutionize the healthcare industry?
Raymond J. March | September 24, 2018
Developing Countries Lead in Education Innovation
Old-line government schools are failing many children, especially in low-income neighborhoods.
Lawrence McQuillan | September 24, 2018
Does Legalizing Weed Increase Home Values?
Legalizing retail sales of marijuana in Colorado increased housing values by about 6%.
Art Carden | September 24, 2018
Guard Your Liberty
Are you willing to give up your liberty for safety?
Abigail R. Hall | September 24, 2018
Medical Apps: Improving Healthcare on a Global Scale
Around 70% of all health problems can be handled online.
Raymond J. March | September 24, 2018
Right-to-Try Is Just What the Doctor Ordered
Right-to-Try opens new doors for terminally ill patients.
Raymond J. March | September 23, 2018
What Can We Learn From 16th Century Pirates?
16th century pirates have a lesson to teach about free trade.
Art Carden | September 22, 2018
How a Charity Uses Fake Money and Auction Markets to Help Feed America
This nonprofit worked with economists to solve a knowledge problem.
Lawrence McQuillan | September 22, 2018