The Cure’s Fight for ‘Fair’ Ticket Prices Will Likely Backfire
A legendary '80s rock band is generously working to sell tickets below the market rate. But can it overcome the forces of the market?
What Mexico City Can Teach the U.S. About Parklets
In a city of low car ownership and small retail storefronts, parklets expand seating capacity.
Can Dollarization Fix Argentina’s Inflation Problems?
Dollarizing may be a quick and effective solution to a pressing issue, but in order for Argentina to escape its seemingly permanent crisis, the list of changes is going to have to be more extensive.
Taylor Swift and the Lesson of the Ticketmaster Antitrust Hearings
Real competition, contrary to the textbook portrayal, is a rivalrous process in which companies fight to reach the top and be the best
Washington’s Effort to Censor (True) Pandemic Information
The Twitter Files exposed a lot of malfeasance, but one effort spearheaded by Stanford University and federal agencies was particularly Orwellian in both concept and practice
Latin America’s Fabulous Indian Branding
Peru leans into its Incan heritage, and other countries to their roots.
Where Free Markets Bring Modernity
What Other Latin American Countries Can Learn From Chile
RFK Jr.’s Lawsuit Alleges Unprecedented Censorship on Social Media
The lawsuit raises important questions about the limits of government power in the digital age.
Relativity Space Put a 3D-Printed Rocket in Space
Private companies in the space industry are generating a lot of firsts, and Terran 1 shows interesting possibilities