We pay too little attention to ‘opportunity cost’—in our personal lives and in public policy.
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U.S. policy has exacerbated the problem by depressing potential supply.
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The potential economic impact, an ascendant liberal order, and peace through commerce.
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Not much.
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Policymakers should reform the policies fueling market concentration and stagnation, not go on a baseless antitrust crusade.
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Reshoring our supply chains will not help with inflation.
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Why does the U.S. trade so much energy? There are a few reasons.
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OK doomers.
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Declining refinery capacity is pushing gas prices higher, but policy uncertainty makes companies less inclined to invest in new refineries or update old…
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A funny thing happened on our way to democratic socialism.
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As suppliers continue to overcome pandemic-related snarls, new regulatory and labor-related problems are looming.
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And they’ll continue indefinitely.
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