Economic freedom helps build wealth for an economy and circulate wealth within it. The economic growth that results from increases in economic freedom also creates social mobility, as the least-well off individuals see their incomes increase faster than any other group. Economic freedom also helps to reduce inequalities produced by crony capitalism, rewarding hard work, not government favors.
The USDA shipped 4,000 tons of soybeans to northern Afghanistan. The catch? Nobody wanted soybeans.
Joshua Hall’s (ed.) “Homer Economicus” makes the unlikely connection between economics and “The Simpsons.”
New French law regulates ‘homemade’ food.
What the United States’ haggis ban can teach us about the workings of government.
The NYPD is looking to turn the city that never sleeps into the city that never dances—on subways, that is.
Until recently, it was a jailable offense to give tours in Washington, DC, without passing a 100-question test.
New York state’s highest court recently ruled against reinstating the Big Apple’s infamous soda ban.
A majority of Brazilians don’t think the World Cup is all it’s cracked up to be.
Our food freedom is under attack.
The FDA recently lifted a new ban on the age-old practice of using wooden planks to ripen cheese. But don’t celebrate too fast.