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Small-Business Optimism Rose in January but the Outlook Is Less Clear
Small-business confidence rose in January; labor shortages and the economic outlook remain concerns.READ MORE
Job Openings Decline in December, Continuing Downward Trend
Private-sector job openings have fallen recently hinting at some marginal easing of labor pressures.READ MORE
Trump Cutting the Budget? Don’t Believe It
It’s like being on a diet and claiming progress because you’re gaining two pounds each month rather than five pounds.READ MORE
Are There No Alternatives to Labor Unions?
Do worker-owned labor corporations not exist because they are economically unnecessary or because they have yet to be tried, perhaps due to the long fixation on labor unions?READ MORE
The Case for Retracting Matthew Desmond’s 1619 Project Essay
Since the outset of the 1619 Project controversy, I have consistently argued that the overwhelming majority of the project’s problems derive from a single featured essay: Matthew Desmond’s piece on capitalism and slavery. This essay advances an explicit anti-capitalist political message that’s rooted in a fundamental misreading of economic history. Although he repurposes the concept […]READ MORE
Neoliberalism and Intellectual Turing Tests
Is neoliberalism libertarianism? Is it a form of market-oriented technocracy? Is it a form of elitist ideology favorable to markets? Is it a justification for a rent-seeking elite? It’s unclear exactly what it is.READ MORE
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