John H. Cochrane explains why free markets are superior to central planning in the course of vaccine distribution

Policy and Government

At The Grumpy Economist, John H. Cochrane explains why free markets are superior to central planning in the course of vaccine distribution.

At The Wall Street Journal, the editorial board salutes Trump’s economic team.

At Reason, Christian Britschgi laments the impending reversal of Trump’s successful deregulatory agenda.

At National Review, the editorial board calls Biden’s stimulus bill a mess.

At Cafe Hayek, Don Boudreaux lays bare the economic folly underpinning the selective application of externality theory to justify harsh pandemic restrictions.

At the American Institute for Economic Research, Phillip W. Magness argues that calls for mask mandates are not grounded in science.

At MarketWatch, Chris Matthews explains why financial experts are warning that Wall Street should be fearful of Biden’s financial regulators.

At the New York Post, Bjorn Lomborg warns that rejoining the Paris Agreement will be costly and generate no meaningful benefits.

Monetary Policy

At the American Institute for Economic Research, James L. Caton makes the case for monetary rules.

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