Scott Lincicome

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.

Scott Lincicome

Three Big Strikes Against ‘Greedflation’

Rising profits and inflation aren’t a corporate conspiracy.

The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation

Be wary of big businesses asking to be reined in.

The American Wealth Machine and Its Misguided Discontents

Despite what you might hear (or believe), the U.S. economy continues to dominate the world.

Our China Self-Own

Failing to improve our immigration policy gives our biggest competitor a leg up on skilled labor.

If America Really Is Unpopular, We Have Only Ourselves to Blame

Washington is giving developing countries plenty of reasons to cozy up to China.

The High Cost of Labor Strife at U.S. Ports

Everyone pays when unions successfully battle automation.

Pour a Little Out for Your Neighborhood Industrial Policy Fan

It’s been a rough few months for America’s big ‘new’ experiment.

The Rise of ‘Red Scare’ Policy

We risk overreacting to the threats posed by China.

When ‘Success’ Breeds (Even Bigger) Failure

Lessons from South Korea and Germany on the unseen perils of mercantilist industrial policy.

Cracking the Big Egg Conspiracy

Hint: It wasn’t ‘greedflation’ that caused high prices late last year.