Scott Lincicome is the author of Capitolism, Director of General Economics and Trade at the Cato Institute, and a visiting lecturer at Duke University Law School.
Hint: It wasn’t ‘greedflation’ that caused high prices late last year.
Sometimes, doing nothing is the best solution to a problem.
Subsidies intended to boost our semiconductor production come with a tangled web of strings attached.
When war broke out, countries were able to wean themselves from Russian energy.
Stock repurchases are under fire—for no good reason.
Forcing federal contractors to use U.S. goods and services generates all sorts of economic harms.
Humans are adaptable, and we have a long history of overcoming disruptive technologies.
(Or, “How I learned to start worrying and hate the ban.”)
There is an obvious way to implement urgently needed reform.