Once one accounts for Social Security, overall wealth inequality has been pretty flat for three decades.
Military families benefit when states remove interstate licensing barriers to employment.
Unless Californians begin to face up to the basic laws of economics — such as supply and demand — the future of the Golden State looks grim.
A national rent control standard ignores the fact that market rents are determined by supply and demand and would bring a lot of economic damage.
The economist Tyler Cowen reckons that policymakers should focus on living costs today rather than just wage levels to try to improve real wage growth. He’s right.
FHFA’s decision to cut back on risky loans is a step in the right direction, but it misses the fundamental issue.