November 17, 2014 9:20AM

Today in Cato’s Online Forum on Growth

The Cato Institute’s special online forum on reviving growth (see here for more details) continues today with the following four essays:


1. Dean Baker argues for free trade in doctors and drugs — by eliminating immigration restrictions and patent protection.


2. Jim Manzi also calls for more high‐​skill immigration, as well as visionary investments in scientific research and technology projects.


3. Jonathan Rauch proposes a national apprenticeship system.


4. Philip K. Howard makes the case for radical simplification of law.