Featuring Dan Mitchell, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute; David Burton, Senior Fellow, Heritage Foundation; and Ike Brannon, Senior Fellow, George W. Bush Institute, and President, Capital Policy Analytics; moderated by John Maniscalco, Director of Congressional Affairs, Cato Institute.
Featuring the author, Tyler Cowen, George Mason University; with comments by Benjamin Barber, The Democracy Collaborative University of Maryland.
A Frenchman rents a Hollywood movie. A Thai schoolgirl mimics Madonna. It is a commonplace that globalization is influencing local culture. But is it helping as much as it hurts? In Creative Destruction: How Globalization Is Changing the World’s Cultures, Tyler Cowen makes a bold new case for a more sympathetic understanding of cross-cultural trade. Cowen looks through an economist’s eye at an age-old question: Are market exchange and aesthetic quality friends or foes?