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Sean Stein Smith

How the WeWork Mess Proves that Markets Work

WeWork is one of the most high profile examples of a once high-flying organization that was first humbled, and then dragged back to earth due to internal issues that eventually came to light.


John Tamny

What Seinfeld Can Teach about Industrial Policy

That Seinfeld was seen by top NBC executives as less-than-promising, only for it to become a multi-billion dollar blockbuster, is a reminder that when it comes to the future of commerce, predictions aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.


Donald J. Boudreaux

“Price Gouging” in Desperate Situations

It is precisely when people are at genuine risk of actually dying for want of the likes of food, water, and shelter that the case against prohibitions on “price gouging” is strongest.


Veronique de Rugy

If You Can’t Abolish the Ex-Im Bank, Reform It at Least

The Ex-Im Bank is a mercantilist New Deal–era agency that extends financial products to foreign companies so they will buy American products. It is one of the quintessential examples of cronyism.


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