Anything Peaceful Who Is Doing More for Affordable Education: Politicians or Innovators?
Student loan debt is spiraling over $1.3 trillionBryan Jinks Jul 31, 2015
Change for the better is coming to higher education. Just don't expect it to come from Washington.
Anything Peaceful Uberocracy: How the Sharing Economy Changes Politics
De Blasio's defeat shows how innovation can overturn established political regimesZachary Slayback Jul 30, 2015
Startups like Uber can upend the political status quo by changing people's experiences.
Freeman Article Is Politics Obsolete?
How People Outpace PoliticiansJeffrey A. Tucker Jul 29, 2015
Progress occurs despite politics and politicians, not because of them.
Anything Peaceful Can Government Fix Google?
The EU says Google is abusing its market powerJulian Adorney Jul 28, 2015
Antitrust laws are supposed to protect consumers, but they simply replace consumer choices with government control.
Anything Peaceful The War on the Gig Economy Has Begun: Homejoy Is the First Casualty
Regulators and litigators have ruined a great startupCarl Oberg Jul 28, 2015
The "Uber for home cleaning" was killed by ancient, badly designed government regulations.
Freeman Article Who Is Building the Private, Peer-to-Peer Marketplace?
An Interview with Sam PattersonThe Freeman Jul 27, 2015
"The ability to engage in trade directly with someone in person is a great thing, and it's a shame that hasn't been possible online — until now."
Anything Peaceful The Entrepreneurial Statism of Uber's Enemies
There’s no reason statism can’t be an entrepreneurial activityDaniel Bier Jul 24, 2015
The driver who beat Uber at the California Labor Commission is starting a school to teach people her techniques.
Anything Peaceful Federal Court: Government Doesn't Need a Reason to Ban Competition
Is naked protectionism constitutional?Evan Bernick Jul 24, 2015
The 2nd Circuit rules that a "simple preference" for one group -- pure arbitrary favoritism -- is a legitimate reason to stop competition.
Freeman Article The Politics of Nostalgia
Why Does the Left Want to Take Us Backwards?Steven Horwitz Jul 22, 2015
Progressives join many conservatives in their misty view of the 1950s.
Anything Peaceful The Economics of Sports Seminar: Cooperation and Competition
A great close to a fun run of seminarsNick Hanchey Jul 9, 2015
FEE closes out two weeks of seminars in Orange, CA, with the Economics of Sports.