The Economics of Mending Wall

Mending Wall, the endearing 1914 poem by Robert Frost, offers important lessons about economics and cooperation. While the poem contains lessons about balancing tolerance and acceptance, modernity and tradition, and […]

Seth Rogen’s Car

Over the last few days I have learned more about Seth Rogen, the 39-year-old actor, comedian, writer, and producer than I care to know. I learned that the stoner and […]

Constituting Constitutional Economics

Last time we framed the quest for good governance as constitutional political economy in action. Now we’re going to explore how constitutional political economists think about constitutions. A constitution sets […]