Congressional safeguards prevent abuse of Trade Promotion Authority.
Does free enterprise hurt the poor?
A growing, diverse economy with strong leadership can only help Georgia. Moving into the 21st-century economy, Georgia added highly innovative communities of industry to the state. The state has become a leader in health care information technology, financial technology, information security, video game development, interactive marketing, logistics, communications and television and film production.
While breweries are contributing to economic growth in many states, Georgia is being held back by antiquated laws and powerful special interests.
Social engineers see society as disorganized, unplanned and inefficient. The solution? Let experts take over. Social engineers inevitably believe that a plan can work even though everyone who is expected to carry it out has a self-interest in defeating it.
Like the blind men and the elephant, the competing charges on Georgia's jobless are because of different data.
Tax Foundation economist Liz Malm and former North Carolina state Senator Thom Goolsby talked about what Georgia could do to maintain competitive tax strategies.
Clint Bolick is universally regarded as one of the greatest school choice legal minds in the country. Bolick delivered the Education Keynote Address at the 2014 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum held September 19 in Atlanta.
"In all the history of human suffering I know of … no accomplishment which in terms of magnitude and generosity can be compared to the relief that you have actually accomplished.”
Capital markets should not be subject to central planning by the Fed.
Today's political climate is highly partisan. Debates are full of personal attacks, harsh words and complete disagreements. With that in mind, here are ten economic facts that liberals need to learn. By University of Georgia applied economics professor Jeffrey Dorfman.
Swiss voters sent a powerful message last week when they overwhelmingly voted to reject a $24 per hour minimum wage that would have caused lower paid workers to lose their jobs. By Jeffrey Dorfman, Professor of Applied Economics, University of Georgia.
It is a popular theme these days to bash capitalism and idea creators as if their abilities to improve their own status somehow harms someone else. This article by University of Georgia economist Jeffrey Dorfman explains why those who bash capitalism and idea creators fail to make their case, with a nod to "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling.
President Obama continues to push for an increase in the federal minimum wage but as University of Georgia economist Jeffrey Dorfman explains here, the biggest winners from Obama's proposal would be government tax collectors.
New study finds Georgia’s combined pension/OPEB systems likely to be "substantially underfunded" beginning in 2014.
A new study finds that the odds of moving up the income ladder are the same today as they were 20 years ago, says the New York Times.