On What Econ 101 Actually Is (And Says)
Josh Hendrickson, The Everyday Economist
There has been much recent discussion within the econo-blogosphere about the usefulness (or lack thereof) of “Econ 101.”
Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds: An Interview with Tim Weinhold
Jeff Haanen, Faith, Work & Culture
What kind of a mutual fund, I wondered, hires a guy to think about and write articles on Christianity and business?
One form of school choice remains undefeated in court
Nat Malkus, AEI Ideas
One thing all approaches to school choice share, aside from offering alternatives to residentially assigned public schools, are predictable judicial challenges.
Payday Borrowing’s Debt Spiral to Be Curtailed
Stacy Cowley, New York Times
The payday loan industry, which is vilified for charging exorbitant interest rates on short-term loans that many Americans depend on, could soon be gutted by a set of rules that federal regulators plan to unveil on Thursday.