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Wow—here’s a visualization of everyone who immigrated to the US since 1820.
Demographers say the baby lull will likely have an impact on everything from maternity wards to federal social programs.
According to a new report, Boston is the #1 city in the US for fostering entrepreneurial growth. Sound odd? Turns out the report's metrics are about more than raw startup numbers.
Bill Gates recently shocked a lot of people when he told a room full of educational technology entrepreneurs that technology hasn’t really improved student learning.
Ponder this, basic income advocates: A job, any job, makes you happier.
It was the Wikileaks scandal of the last century. One hundred years later, should the borders established by Sykes-Picot be redrawn, or are we stuck with the legacy of old diplomatic agreements?
The global economy is changing, but America still leads the pack.
If government planners can’t even provide goods and services efficiently, how will they ever provide "togetherness"?
The earliest experiments in eliminating tipping at American restaurants have proved to be less than conclusive.
Understanding society and the economy is tough business. Economics 101 textbooks have a large responsibility to do that right and well.
Recent allegations claim that Facebook's Trending News section discriminates against conservative viewpoints.
Instead of calling for a world without nuclear weapons, President Obama should rally America's allies to defend against growing threats to the liberal world order.
Economist C. Kirabo Jackson has a new working paper studying the effects of single-sex education on students’ academic outcomes and criminal activity.
Sounds like the stuff of science fiction is becoming science fact.
As interesting as these questions are, it’s the identity question Democratic exit polls haven’t asked that’s noteworthy.
May 8th marked the 117th birthday of the great economist and philosopher Friedrich Hayek, who died in 1992.
Parents—have you thought about this?
Think of the internet economic loop as a model train track.
As relevant today as it was in 1978.
“When somebody says student debt is killing the economy, replace ‘student debt’ with ‘higher education’ and see if the sentence still makes sense.”
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'Free enterprise' is one option, of course. But there are others.