Bryan Caplan is a professor of economics at George Mason University, research fellow at the Mercatus Center, adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and blogger for EconLog. He is a member of the FEE Faculty Network.
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Why are restrictions on migration embraced, while other illiberal (but less harsh) policies abhorred?
"Tax the rich" policies are a thing of the past for developed countries; here's why they won't be coming back.
Behavioral economics almost always fails to consider whether government action also suffers from bias, irrationality, and incentive problems.
In 1965, racist politicians accidentally opened up the US immigration system by replacing quotas with family unification.
Can natives declare the whole country a "safe space"?
Why do some libertarians support (or not oppose) the welfare state?
The median voter is a moderate national socialist, rationally ignorant and enthusiastically irrational.
Friedman argued that Social Security, not welfare, was the real problem.
Labor economics explodes the foundational claims of our culture's statist religion.
The surprising and fascinating story of the entrepreneurs who run black market for migration.
People you know and interact with are harder to demonize, denigrate, or scapegoat.
Instead of banning unpaid internships, we should make them available to everyone.
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