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.
New York City: The Front Line of Minimum Wage Misery
Across the five boroughs, restaurants are feeling the pain from burdensome government mandates.
Small Business Optimism is Sky-High. Here’s Why That Matters.
Business expansion and job creation bodes well not only for long-term profit, but also for all the employees who bring value to the workplace.
A Refresher on the National Debt—and Why It Matters for Millennials
Budget deficits may not be clickbait, but that shouldn’t overshadow extent of the problem or the need to address it.
If the Gig Economy Has Unintended Consequences, So Does Shutting It Down
Tech companies like Airbnb and Uber provide a living experience that was once inaccessible for all but the wealthiest.
As Millennials Embrace Socialism, Here Are 3 Facts You May Not Know
Too much of today’s debate over government programs occurs in the realm of goals and omits any discussion of costs
To Rent or to Buy?
Advice For Millennials, From a Millennial
Millennials are renting for longer periods of time in expensive markets, but many are asking themselves: Should I keep renting or buy a home?
Capitalism Remains the Best Way to Combat Extreme Poverty
Both in America and Abroad
The freer an economy becomes, the less likely its people are to become entrapped in extreme poverty.
Millennial Attitudes Are Out of Sync with Economic Realities
There are plenty of reasons for Millennials—and all Americans—to be optimistic.
The State of Union America
Flaws and Frustrations Galore
Given the increase in union membership among Millennials, there is no better time for pro-employee reform.