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The Great Antidote – Robby Soave

  On this week’s episode of The Great Antidote podcast with Juliette Sellgren, she is joined by guest Robby Soave. In their discussion, Juliette and Robby cover college culture, activism, intersectionality, and his book Panic Attack. Robby Soave is a senior editor at Reason. He enjoys writing about culture, politics, education…
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Occupational Licensing and Skills Mismatches

1. Introduction Over the past decade a number of studies have highlighted the expansion of occupational licensing (“licensing” in the rest of the paper) across several occupations (Kleiner, 2006; Bryson and Kleiner, 2019) discussing, among others, its effects on labor supply, wages, mobility, and the prices of the services provided…
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Op-Ed: Seeing on the far side of the moon

This piece was originally published at Works in Progress. In 1929, Bell Labs was frustrated by persistent electrical interference on its transatlantic wireless telephone link. The system had launched two years earlier on the staggeringly low frequency of 60 kHz. After an upgrade to operate between 10 and 20…
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A Divided America: Adam Smith Institute Webinar

“Much of the last few weeks have been leading up to one decisive day, the day when all would be clear: US Election Day. But in the days following, as votes slowly have been tallied up, we have seen that the democratic process takes time.
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