Alex Tabarrok is a professor of economics at George Mason University. He blogs at Marginal Revolution with Tyler Cowen.
It's been used for decades in Japan, and it instantly stops hypersensitivity and tooth decay, as well as preventing cavities.
Organ markets are illegal, but sophisticated barter is chipping away at the kidney shortage.
Laissez-faire for new technologies is the norm, as it should be.
A large new study finds that banning criminal history questions increases racial discrimination in job callbacks.
Life expectancy has increased dramatically, and child mortality is way down, especially for poor counties.
Iran is the size of Turkey but has only half the GDP per capita; here's how to change that.
Out of control housing costs discourage poor people from moving to rich places.
Migration is down at the exact time that it has become more necessary than ever.
Buses are safer than cars by a factor of 60, but people don't like to ride them.
If studies don’t replicate, they aren't useful; if they only replicate under extremely precise conditions, they still aren't useful.
Why are people so much happier on the weekends? It isn't just time off work.
Licenses create virtual roadblocks for workers trying to cross state lines.
From 2008 to 2014, the price of the most commonly used generic drugs fell by 63 percent.
A bill by Ted Cruz and Mike Lee could create a safe global market for pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
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