Archive: Columns

NFTS: Like IPOs, but for Everything
Are there still good uses for NFTs? Plenty
Scott Beyer | November 24, 2022
Does Chicago’s Aldermanic System Work?
Chicago’s long-time debate about aldermanic privilege speaks to a larger one about whether city council elections should be ward-based or at-large
Scott Beyer | November 15, 2022
Germany Slow On Nuclear as Winter Looms
Have they finally made a decision?
Paige Lambermont | November 7, 2022
Scott Beyer | October 12, 2022
The Emergence of Startup Cities
Privately owned cities are popping up all over the world, particularly the global south
Scott Beyer | October 11, 2022
Japan is Ready to Address the Energy Crisis
Japan’s nuclear reactor’s may be restarting sooner than expected
Paige Lambermont | September 6, 2022
Will America Get “Vertical Integration” of Transport?
Nationwide transportation can, and likely will, come from the growth of a private enterprise
Scott Beyer | August 30, 2022
What San Francisco Restaurant Laws Say About Progressivism
Why do some cities allow eateries to suffer under the weight of unhelpful regulations and lockdowns?
Scott Beyer | July 26, 2022
See How Little Housing Some U.S. Metros Permit
The supply is not meeting demand
Scott Beyer | July 19, 2022
The Soft Tyranny of Occupational Licensing
How regulations are hurting Main Street and American entrepreneurship
Scott Beyer | July 12, 2022