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.
Zimbabwe’s monetary crises used to create money laundering…literally. To preserve their limited supply of worn U.S. dollars, households had to wash them: Now though, they have a new solution. Going Cashless Mobile money has become increasingly popular. Wherever hyperinflation is…
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.
Called winter dibs, shoveling the snow from a public parking space can temporarily make that spot your private property…but should it?
With a Vanguard S&P Index fund competing against a group of hedge funds, a decade-long Warren Buffett bet for $1 million has just ended.
Concerned about the “X” date, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has written a letter to House Speaker Ryan about the debt ceiling.
While it can be tough to decide who owns a meteorite, in China and the U.S., those “intergalactic” property rights matter since they determine who profits.
A week ago, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sent a letter to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. The letter said we will have maxed out our borrowing at midnight tonight. Having reached its “statutory limit,” the outstanding debt of the U.S.…