How South Africa’s Energy Crisis Brings The Country Down
Its overburdened monopoly power supply needs expansion to meet the population’s needs.
Scott Beyer | May 22, 2023
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.
Scott Beyer | May 15, 2023
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.
Marcos Falcone | May 8, 2023
Latin America’s Food Delivery Wars
Market competition drives delivery prices down, while government protectionism does the opposite for rideshare.
Scott Beyer | May 8, 2023
Latin America’s Zoning-free Urbanism
Spontaneous commerce, dense settlements, high-rises, and seemingly non-existent zoning dominate the urban realm.
Scott Beyer | May 1, 2023
The Final Death Knell of German Nuclear Power
The country just shuttered its final remaining nuclear power plants
Paige Lambermont | April 25, 2023
Latin America’s Fabulous Indian Branding
Peru leans into its Incan heritage, and other countries to their roots.
Scott Beyer | April 24, 2023
Don’t Call Scandinavian Countries ‘Socialist’
The claim that socialism is alive and doing well in Scandinavian countries is shameless propaganda, hopelessly wrong and out of date.
Lawrence W. Reed | April 18, 2023
Where Free Markets Bring Modernity
What Other Latin American Countries Can Learn From Chile