A Global Look at the Rule of Law

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.

It’s Time for Outer Space Lawyers

Now that the technology will soon exist to mine asteroids and profit from them, property rights in outer space have become a relevant legal issue.

How To Keep Your Parking Spot After a Snow Storm

Winter dibs is about whether you have temporary parking space property rights by shoveling your car out of the snow and if your self interest helps society.

Argentina's (Long) Default History

With Argentina again defaulting on her sovereign debt, she is violating the sanctity of contracts and lessened her borrowing ability at home and globally.

Institutionalized Trust

The production path of a pair of Levi’s stonewashed 501 jeans could have started in a Mississippi Delta cotton farm, continued with a North Carolina fabric weaver, and included the Dominican Republic and Haiti for cutting, sewing, and finishing. Then,…