Economic Theory

The overarching goal of U.S. economic policy should not be to help either investors or the middle class, it should be to ensure strong enterprises in the United States.
Economic Theory
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February 3, 2021
The overarching goal of U.S. economic policy should not be to help either investors or the middle class, it should be to ensure strong enterprises in the United States.
January 19, 2021
If the nation ever succumbs and passes UBI, it will be the penultimate evolution of an American culture of selfishness. “Who doesn’t want free money?” you might ask. Everyone who is a responsible citizen.
January 12, 2021
Rob Atkinson writes in American Compass that putting conservatives and moderates who embrace a national industrial strategy in the same boat as far left critical theory-inspired, identity politics warriors is just plain dumb, substantively and politically.
December 12, 2020
The real choice in a growth agenda is between a purely free market and a developmental state—a state that helps enterprises, industries and the economy thrive with policies such as investing in research, infrastructure, skills and other key building blocks.
September 26, 2020
I never thought I would find myself in wholehearted agreement with Paul Krugman. That is, until I ran across a passage from his 1996 book Pop Internationalism.
September 14, 2020
For too long, economic policy in the U.S. and Commonwealth nations has been guided by the “market efficiency” school.
July 29, 2020
Today anytime anyone wants to delegitimize any company or industry for any reason, it’s enough now to note that the company or industry in question is seeking to make a profit.
July 11, 2020
To shift the U.S. economic policy towards enterprise, policy makers on both sides of the aisle must focus on productivity and competitiveness.
July 6, 2020
The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in America, but it’s easy for successful organizations to get comfortable and stop innovating to avoid disrupting their success. We see this across industries, as well as in government and the nonprofit sector.
May 11, 2020
China’s economic rise and the damage inflicted on U.S. industry has been a wakeup call to many U.S. policymakers. But most conventional economists continue to hold firm to their ideological notion that only the market can respond, and that any more proactive government action, particularly focused on key sectors or technologies, is doomed to fail.

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