Publications

Market Innovation & Competitive Governance
Internal Revenue Service Headquarters (IRS) Building in Washington. (Cliff)

IRS Silence on Cryptocurrencies Is Deafening

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Lack of Clarity Reveals Vulnerability, Invites Mass Noncompliance

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Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver municipal governments have passed laws to limit Airbnb that are de facto bans. (FCPP)

Suppress Airbnb, Expect a Black Market

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Peer-to-Peer Platforms Bring More Resources to Market

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Former Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa granted Assange the Ecuadorian citizenship. (Aland Molestina M.)

The Fate of Julian Assange

1170 658 Paz Gómez

Extradition to the United States Likely, Could Take Years

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caplan against universities
How Universities Get Away with Teaching So Little Bryan Caplan: Signaling Offsets Lack of Human Capital On university signaling: Bryan Caplan of George Mason University and author of The Case against Education writes on what he finds interesting and important. The magnitude of taxpayer subsidies for higher education, seemingly everywhere, make the latter definitely the case. (Bryan Caplan) Bryan Caplan of George Mason University writes on what he finds interesting and important. The magnitude of taxpayer subsidies make the latter definitely the case for higher education. (Bryan Caplan)

How Universities Get Away with Teaching So Little

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Bryan Caplan: Signaling Offsets Lack of Human Capital

read more
The ease of tax compliance is a major consideration for international investors. (FCPP)

Tax Compliance Is Killing Canada’s Competitiveness

931 539 Fergus Hodgson

Locals Are Losing Confidence in Their Own Economy for Investment

read more
With so much sensitive data floating around, private companies are also abusing it. (FCPP)

How to Protect Privacy in a Cashless Economy

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Canadian Legislators Have Acknowledged the Value of Privacy

read more
central banks challenge
Central banks face a conundrum: for survival, they have little choice but to enter the digital-currency race. (FCPP)

Central Bankers Need to Learn to Code

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

They Are No Longer the Only Game in Town

read more
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is campaigning aggressively and counting on the public sector for support. (@RachelNotley)

What Control Freaks Did to Alberta

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Sheila Gunn Reid Unloads Rachel Notley’s Record before Election

read more
Rather than focus on money-laundering laws, British Columbia should get its own house in order. (Voyager)

The Hidden Cost of a Money-Laundering Crackdown

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Complicated Regulations Fuel the Underground Economy and Corruption

read more
In July 2018, 64-year-old AMLO succeeded on his third presidential election bid. (Wikimedia)

What AMLO Bodes for Mexico

1170 658 Paz Gómez

Welfare State Gets Boost amid Economic Uncertainty

read more
Internal Revenue Service Headquarters (IRS) Building in Washington. (Cliff)

IRS Silence on Cryptocurrencies Is Deafening

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Lack of Clarity Reveals Vulnerability, Invites Mass Noncompliance

read more
Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver municipal governments have passed laws to limit Airbnb that are de facto bans. (FCPP)

Suppress Airbnb, Expect a Black Market

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Peer-to-Peer Platforms Bring More Resources to Market

read more
Former Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa granted Assange the Ecuadorian citizenship. (Aland Molestina M.)

The Fate of Julian Assange

1170 658 Paz Gómez

Extradition to the United States Likely, Could Take Years

read more
caplan against universities
How Universities Get Away with Teaching So Little Bryan Caplan: Signaling Offsets Lack of Human Capital On university signaling: Bryan Caplan of George Mason University and author of The Case against Education writes on what he finds interesting and important. The magnitude of taxpayer subsidies for higher education, seemingly everywhere, make the latter definitely the case. (Bryan Caplan) Bryan Caplan of George Mason University writes on what he finds interesting and important. The magnitude of taxpayer subsidies make the latter definitely the case for higher education. (Bryan Caplan)

How Universities Get Away with Teaching So Little

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Bryan Caplan: Signaling Offsets Lack of Human Capital

read more
The ease of tax compliance is a major consideration for international investors. (FCPP)

Tax Compliance Is Killing Canada’s Competitiveness

931 539 Fergus Hodgson

Locals Are Losing Confidence in Their Own Economy for Investment

read more
With so much sensitive data floating around, private companies are also abusing it. (FCPP)

How to Protect Privacy in a Cashless Economy

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Canadian Legislators Have Acknowledged the Value of Privacy

read more
central banks challenge
Central banks face a conundrum: for survival, they have little choice but to enter the digital-currency race. (FCPP)

Central Bankers Need to Learn to Code

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

They Are No Longer the Only Game in Town

read more
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is campaigning aggressively and counting on the public sector for support. (@RachelNotley)

What Control Freaks Did to Alberta

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Sheila Gunn Reid Unloads Rachel Notley’s Record before Election

read more
Rather than focus on money-laundering laws, British Columbia should get its own house in order. (Voyager)

The Hidden Cost of a Money-Laundering Crackdown

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

Complicated Regulations Fuel the Underground Economy and Corruption

read more
In July 2018, 64-year-old AMLO succeeded on his third presidential election bid. (Wikimedia)

What AMLO Bodes for Mexico

1170 658 Paz Gómez

Welfare State Gets Boost amid Economic Uncertainty

read more