Bryan Caplan asks a good question – good for considerations of both policy and academic research.  And it’s a question that reminds us yet again that contracts – including employment contracts – are made along multiple margins, only some of which are formalized or explicit.

Wisdom – here in the form of sound economics – from Tyler Cowen on immigration.

Rob Bradley celebrates the automobile, driving, and inexpensive (because abundant) carbon-based fuels.  Drive on!

Randy Holcombe points us to a distressing instance of the sort of government corruption that is so typical that it goes largely unnoticed.

My GMU colleague David Bernstein (from over in our law school) reviews what apparently is yet another economically uninformed book about Franklin Roosevelt.

Timothy Taylor documents some pretty good evidence in support of one of my pet claims, namely, that America’s middle class is not stagnating economically.


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