Comparative Advantage: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed
Michael Munger, Foundation for Economic Education
The division of labor is the engine that drives prosperity.
Green benefits of school choice
Lisa Snell, Orange County Register
[A]llowing parents to choose the public, private or charter school that is best for their kids – isn’t just good for education results, but is also good for the environment and can serve as a means to reduce environmental impacts and promote economic revitalization in cities across the nation.
Go to Work on Purpose
Keith Welton, Desiring God
The average person will spend about 70,000 hours at work. That’s a significant part of one’s life, and yet many find themselves lacking joy and purpose in it.
The Price of Prosperity in China: How Can We Promote Freedom While Protecting Human Life?
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The trend of Chinese parents moving from rural villages to larger cities in search of work is real. There are 250 million migrant workers in China, leaving 60 million children behind. Some are left with grandparents, but many are left alone. As a parent myself, living in the United States, this seems unfathomable