Iain Murray is vice president at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Gamblers may understand the market better than government regulators do.
From South Africa to India, free market groups are helping to secure property rights for disenfranchised people — ending decades of injustice.
The 4-hour company and the 4-hour workweek are feasible — but only if the government allows them.
The administration wants to turn back the clock on employment practices.
There are several ways to ensure access to capital in the developing world, but the most important approach is to unlock the productive potential of the capital already available there.
Deregulation could revive the moribund financial system, but the sharing economy may already be moving on.
Free speech is not only essential to the search for truth; it is vital to human progress.
People in poor countries rely on money their relatives send from abroad; regulators are threatening new ways to make these transfers "safer" and "cheaper."
Government agencies are threatening businesses with prosecution if they fail to do the government’s law enforcement legwork. It’s already shutting down business.
The Supreme Court just barely held back executive-branch overreach. But the instinct to acquire more power isn’t going anywhere.
Technology is helping startups overcome financial barriers that would have scuttled new businesses just a few years back. Now it's the regulators who are in the way.
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