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PowerLinks 01.30.17

We Shouldn’t Have to Ask Permission to Work Robert Fellner, RealClearPolicy Wouldn’t it be great if there were a magic bullet that would simultaneously raise wages and employment while also lowering prices for consumers? Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 01.27.17

A Revolution In Administrative Law Richard A. Epstein, Hoover Institute One of the most vital, but technical, items on the Republican agenda is not likely to get its fair share of public attention. Continue Reading...

Reordering the loves: How vocation redeems our self-interest

“The economic order, in light of the doctrine of vocation, becomes a complex network of individual human beings loving and serving each other according to their God-given gifts and abilities. The division of labor is transfigured into a labor of love.” –Gene Veith “Martin Luther” by Lucas Cranach der Ältere (Public Domain) In his latest book, Working for Our Neighbor, Gene Veith explores a Lutheran understanding of work, vocation, and economics, concluding that, for the Christian, work and vocation are God’s design for serving the people around us. Continue Reading...

Should the government cap CEOs’ salaries?

Ideas have consequences, but they do not have geographical boundaries. The latest example of this truth is UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal that the government impose a maximum annual salary on British residents – an “earnings cap” on how much anyone could earn in any given year. Continue Reading...