Archive: Luka Ladan
Luka Ladan is the President and CEO of Zenica Public Relations and a Catalyst Policy Fellow. Prior to founding Zenica, Ladan served as Communications Director at a leading public affairs firm in Washington, D.C.
We Shouldn’t Need the Coronavirus to Appreciate Small Business
If there is a silver lining to the coronavirus, it’s that small business is finally getting the respect it deserves.
The Cost of Socialism: “Medicare for All” Means Tax Hikes on All
Tax hikes would affect Americans across the socioeconomic spectrum, including those struggling to get by.
A Quick Refresher on Legal Immigration—and Its Impact on the U.S. Economy
America’s immigrant experience is by and large a positive one especially in economic terms.
How Millennials Can Save Six-Figures (Yes, Cutting Out Coffee Helps)
Increasing your income, making sacrifices, and setting goals are perhaps the most common building blocks.
New Year, Same Small Business Optimism
What hasn’t changed in 2020 is the optimism of the small business community.
There Is No Pie: The Fallacy of Zero-Sum Economic Thinking
Since the 1960s, all quintiles of American income-earners have seen their real income rise over time.
Myth-Busting: Small Business Edition
Contrary to what many Millennials believe, the business community isn’t here to ruin Christmas.
Remember: Ours Is a Consumer-Powered Economy—Powered by You
The mutually beneficial relationships between sellers and buyers are the primary drivers of our economic prosperity.
Millennials Are Ready for a Crash Course on Tax Policy
Millennials could use a tax cut more than just about any other age group.