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Art Carden

How Kids Create Wealth By Trading Halloween Candy

The post-Halloween candy market is a commercial society of traders buying low and selling high, and it’s a microcosm of what happens when market exchange works well.


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Robert Hughes

Slowing Economy Still Supported by Consumers

The economy expanded at a modest pace in the third quarter and remains vulnerable to continued erratic policy causing further damage.


Colin Lloyd

LIBOR Is Out, SOFR Is in: What It Means

That the LIBOR fixings were manipulated was an open secret among financial market participants stretching back to the late 1980s


Vincent Geloso

Wealth Inequality: It’s Complicated

In the debates over wealth inequality that have followed the publication of The Triumph of Injustice (authored by Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman), there have been intense discussions of the methodological choices made in the book. There have been few considerations regarding the underlying assumptions regarding the sources of inequality.  All inequalities are bundled as […]


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