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.
New Jersey’s roads remained icy longer due to a 1920 law allowing only American-built ships to transport goods between U.S. ports.
Ashton Kutcher has a keen understanding of how regulations can strangle innovative businesses.
A floral delivery service came up with an innovative way to play cupid this Valentine’s Day: bouquet-dropping drones.
At a cost of $51 billion, the Sochi Olympics are the most expensive in history and cronyism’s to blame.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded beer-delivering drones in Wisconsin.
Peyton Manning will lose big on his gameday paycheck thanks to New Jersey’s “jock tax.”
For more than a decade, states have been doling out tax credits and subsidies to attract star-studded movie productions.
Each year, the government wastes $100 billion on improper payments. That’s about $300 per person in the United States.
Getting a taxi in France just became even more hectic.
Economic freedom in the United States has been on the decline for nearly a decade now.