Thaler Changed My Life (and Everybody Else’s)
The Nobel winner’s collaborator remembers the thrill of first encountering his ideas.
Trump’s Safe and Sane ‘Regulatory Reform’ Idea
What’s needed for deregulation is a scalpel, an evidence-based effort to see which regulations really deserve to go.
Reagan's Lesson for Trump: Listen to the Lawyers
Reagan learned that while it’s tempting to say yes to your boss, the most helpful answer is often the one he doesn’t want to hear.
When Outrage Clouds Political Judgment, in UK and Beyond
Sure, the U.K. had an intense debate about what would happen if the country left the EU, but many voters were simply outraged, and wanted to register that fact.
The longevity gap: a study in contrasts
Whereas the longevity gap between rich and poor is increasing among older people, the gap is decreasing when measuring mortality rates starting at birth.
Here's How to Fix All That Federal Regulation
Is Sen. Elizabeth Warren right when she charges that federal agencies are too influenced by powerful private groups?
Here's how to fix all that federal regulation
Is Senator Elizabeth Warren right to call regulatory capture a "big deal”?
View: Supreme Court needs minimalism now, not heroes
The contends that narrow rulings have their place.
How professional golf explains the stock market panic
Golf offers a clue about an important source of this month’s market volatility: human psychology.
How Pro Golf Explains the Stock Market Panic
Behavioral economist Cass Sunstein says golf offers a clue about an important source of this month’s market volatility: human psychology.