When the leaders of the European Union debated a coronavirus rescue package during a five-day marathon, they wound up with a Hamiltonian agreement.
Although three missions are scheduled to depart for Mars during the next several weeks, we have not yet established who owns outer space property.
From a small Harlem tailor shop to high end hiphop clothing to a conflict with Gucci, Dapper Dan’s fashion career tells all we need to know about knockoffs.
When an emerging markets nation like Argentina has a vulnerable economy, then the pandemic lockdown can create a sovereign debt default.
Seeing where the rule of law is stronger can tell us why certain nations have more economic development and others sink under the weight of corruption.
When you think about shrinking airline seats, you could consider pitch and width, but really the problem is all about property rights.
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A college and the U.S. Army are trying to prevent the Vegas Golden Knights from getting a trademark. About much more than a hockey team, the dispute involves how much we control our name. The Three Golden Knights As an…
Like Turkmenistan and Zimbabwe, wherever property rights are unpredictable, we can assume that we have a command economy.