Dwight R. Lee is the O’Neil Professor of Global Markets and Freedom in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University.
The idea of technological unemployment suspends the laws of scarcity and comparative advantage.
The trouble with regulations is that they freeze technological progress.
Bernie Sanders wants the government to tax Wall Street "speculation" and use it pay for "free" college.
Big businesses are pushing a bill to smother a thriving industry of custom soap and cosmetics.
Our school-influenced culture wrongly tells us that what some do is more cerebral and therefore requires more smarts than what...
The show is a vibrant look at the early PC industry, but it's also about entrepreneurship and innovation.
Economic planning fails because it doesn't understand (or respect) the process that produced a rock in a box.
People who see virtue in doing without electricity should try it for a month, not an hour. You might like visiting nature, but...
Banning usury may feel good, but it sure won't do good.
The problem with politics is power, not people.