Archive: Articles

People, Place, and Automation
Automation has become a source of anxiety for many Americans, with factors such as geography and demographics often being left out of our public debate.
Ryan Khurana | February 7, 2019
More Colleges are Saying ‘No’ to Student Loans
Students Should Explore Other Options
Richard Vedder | February 6, 2019
As Tax Day Approaches, Let’s Celebrate Tax Reform
America’s business community is proving that the best way to help employees is to help those cutting the checks.
Luka Ladan | February 5, 2019
California Considers Banning Flavored Tobacco Products
A Policy That Would Do More Harm than Good
February 4, 2019
Fostering Learning through Video Games
Across the United States, educators are finding ways to incorporate new technologies into their classrooms. But technology-based learning should be taking place at home as well.
Kristiana Bolzman | February 1, 2019
Genetics-Based Medicine can Save Millions of Lives and Billions of Dollars
The wider use of genetic testing to improve the prescribing of medicine has the potential to revolutionize medicine, improve countless lives, and finally bend that cost curve.
Ross Marchand | January 31, 2019
Income Share Agreements and the Future of Education
The recent funding round of Lambda School indicates that a change in education might finally be upon us.
Ryan Khurana | January 28, 2019
An Economic Engine That Escapes Millennials
America’s Missing Entrepreneurs
Luka Ladan | January 25, 2019
Straight Talk on Privacy and Legal Harm
Individuals may not like that platforms have figured out how to monetize data, but that lack of “liking” is far from a legal injury.
Jonathon Hauenschild | January 24, 2019
Genetic Testing can Revolutionize Health Care…FDA Permitting
Empowering consumers will improve health outcomes and save lives while driving healthcare costs down.
Ross Marchand | January 22, 2019