The Case for Economics When Considering Alcohol Tax Levels

January 22, 2019.

Most Economists Know There’s No Free Lunch on High Marginal Tax Rates

January 18, 2019.

The Impact of The New German Minimum Wage

January 17, 2019.

Brexit: What Now?

January 17, 2019.

The Libertarian Experiment That Isn’t

January 11, 2019.

Punitive Marginal Tax Rates and A Partial Appeal to The Economics Literature

January 8, 2019.

On Behavioral Economics

January 4, 2019.

A New Brexit Referendum Would Indeed Be A Betrayal of The First

December 4, 2018.

Against A Highly Regressive “Meat Tax”

November 12, 2018.

“Where Do We Have Tariffs?” the President Asked. On Clothing and Footwear, For a Start

October 26, 2018.

Federal Jobs Guarantee Would Be Largest Single Global Employer, By Far

October 19, 2018.

Brexit Update: Talks Reach Crunch And “No Deal” A Strong Possibility

October 19, 2018.

The Gender Pay Gap: Why We Fight The Narrative

October 9, 2018.

Childcare Regulation and Quality

June 22, 2018.

The War On The Poor Has Many Fronts And Armies, Professor Krugman

April 27, 2018.

A Jobs Guaranteed Economic Disaster

April 24, 2018.

US Only Country With Projected Rising Government Debt to GDP Ratio Through 2023

April 19, 2018.

Should a Balanced Budget Amendment Also Determine the Size of Government?

April 12, 2018.

Budget Deficits And Debt Projections Look Much Worse Assuming “Current Policy”

April 10, 2018.

Dallas Fed: High And Rising Public Debt Is Associated With Slower Growth

April 5, 2018.

Republicans’ St Augustine-like Fiscal Virtue-signalling

March 29, 2018.

A New Approach To Poverty

March 27, 2018.

A Problem With Pigouvian Taxes

March 16, 2018.

Economists United against Trump Tariffs

March 13, 2018.

Is Manufacturing Employment Something To Celebrate?

February 5, 2018.