Taxpayer Collective Bargaining—Worth Considering?

By Andrew Horton, April 2024 Here we’re introducing for the first time, an innovative concept for discussion, called Taxpayer Collective Bargaining (TCB). It just may be an approach that achieves win/win outcomes for taxpayers and society-at-large. The intent of TCB is to achieve win/win results based on strong theory and applied results, separate from political

Economics for MARS

It’s exciting times that we are on the brink of putting people on Mars. No doubt a technical feat for the history books! But history will also judge the extent to which this is a social success or disaster. It would be tragic to see societal failure take away from the sheer scientific achievement of

Economics for Political Moderates… Causal Economics

It’s hard to find anyone today that doesn’t think the political environment in the West is extremely polarized on ideological grounds. Healthy disagreement is a fundamental democratic freedom, but today there’s a big problem. With a proliferation of media, the ‘left’ and the ‘right’ sides of the political spectrum are usually talking to themselves in