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Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic PolicyThe EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship
While governments claim to want the well-being of their citizens, they inevitably attack the real source of prosperity: entrepreneurship.
Economic FreedomThe EntrepreneurMedia and CultureProtectionism and Free Trade
In the spirit of Walter Block's classic Defending the Undefendable, Kevin Duffy looks at the "undefendable" investments and economic choices and finds them profitable.
Economic PolicyThe EntrepreneurLabor and WagesWorld History
Some Jamaicans complain that the Chinese are "colonizing" the country because of their economic success there. Actually, their success is due to entrepreneurship and plain hard work.
The EntrepreneurProgressivismU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
Before there was Warren Buffett, known as much for his progressive politics as his acumen with money, there was his father, Howard Homan Buffett, a libertarian of the Old Right.
The EntrepreneurPlanningSocialismCalculation and Knowledge
Despite what many elites believe, AI can do many things, but it cannot successfully plan an economy. It lacks the intelligence of an entrepreneur.
The EntrepreneurStrategyU.S. Economy
Speculators are reviled in the media and by politicians and academics. Yet the speculators are the ones taking risks to ensure the rest of us can have more economic certainty.
Economic FreedomThe EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship
While rain at an outdoor concert is a nuisance for most attendees, a few entrepreneurs saw not "pennies from heaven," but dollars.
While many believe that technology is key to a growing economy, technology is useless without entrepreneurship, which develops uses for technology.
Economic FreedomThe EntrepreneurMedia and Culture
Individualism, while condemned in some cultures, has helped make this country economically successful. Will the influx of immigrants from cultures that devalue individualism reverse that success?
The EntrepreneurU.S. HistorySubjectivismValue and Exchange
Bud Light executives thought customers wanted the beer to partner with a "transgender" celebrity. Or executives simply didn't care what customers thought. In any case, executives are now paying the price.