I recently had the opportunity to interview some of the contributors to the incredible Blackwell Companion to Ayn Rand. You can find all the interviews here.
I recently had a chance to interview my favorite living economist, George Selgin, about monetary freedom and monetary reform. (Apologies for the audio problems at the start of the interview.)
I recently joined my friend Halelly Azulay to discuss mentoring–in my experience, one of the highest leverage tools for achieving success.
In 1962, Ayn Rand wrote: It is a grave error to suppose that a dictatorship rules a nation by means of strict, rigid laws which are obeyed and enforced with rigorous, military precision. Such a rule would be evil, but almost bearable; men could endure the harshest edicts, provided these edicts were known, specific, and stable; […]
In Equal Is Unfair, Yaron Brook and I argue that one of the problems with the concept of “economic inequality” is that it lumps together two fundamentally different things: inequality that reflects differences in productive achievement and inequality that reflects some people’s ability to gain unearned wealth. Package-deals like this lay the groundwork for injustice. For example, you’ll […]