I Write Things: 2018 Stuff for Forbes.com

Since 2010 I’ve been a contributor to Forbes.com. I agreed a few months ago to publish more, and ideally I’ll be producing 1-2 articles per week (at least). One of my major goals in this will be to summarize and apply research (recent and classic) in articles suitable for classroom use. Here’s what I’ve written for Forbes.com in 2018.

So Much Winning? Not So Much: Ordinary Americans are Trade War Casualties (7/24/18)

Do You Want Pirates? Because Trade Restrictions Are How You Get Pirates (7/20/18)

Will a New Stadium Make Your City Richer? (7/18/18)

Legalizing Pot Sales Means…Higher Home Values? (7/17/18)

The Right Response to Trump’s Tough Trade Talk? Ignore It (5/31/18)

Minimum Wages Might Mean Fewer Benefits, So Let’s Not #Fightfor15 (5/25/18)

Should Schools Require Foreign Languages? Doubtful. (5/22/18)

Cut the Red Tape To Get More Affordable Housing (5/12/18)

1,100+ Economists: No Trump Tariffs (5/4/18)

Do Daycare Workers Need College Degrees? Adam Smith Probably Wouldn’t Think So (4/30/18)

What Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged Teaches Us About the Insufficiency of Good Intentions (4/23/18)

How Should We Think About Public Policy Proposals? Government-By-Unicorn (4/20/18)

The Invisible Hand Brings Me Almonds (4/16/18)

How Do the Arts Show That Economic Progress Has No Limits? (4/11/18)

The Only Way to Win a Trade War is Not To Fight (4/5/18)

Three PowerPoint Points (4/4/18)

Wait–Is It Possible To Have Too Much Schooling? (2/13/18)

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