Batman is wrong about Superman. Here’s why.
There’s more to travel than the sticker price of different ways of getting from point A to point B.
When the costs of risky behavior are reduced, people tend to increase the amount of risky behavior they engage in.
Why do foreign policy adventures so often go awry? In this week’s Learn Liberty video, Professor Abby Hall Blanco reveals how economic principles–like incentives and constraints—can explain the frequent poor outcomes of foreign policy. Incentives are usually defined by economists as the evaluation of the costs and benefits of a particular decision. But incentives may […]