Investopedia releases a short video covering some of the basics of supply-side economics.
In the WSJ, Justin Lahart reports the U.S. jobs market escaped turmoil in the global markets at the start of the year.
At Forbes.com, Nathan Lewis obliterates the myth of price instability during the gold standard era.
At IJ, Kelsey Rupp believes China is looking to Ronald Reagan for inspiration on the economy.
At Forbes.com, John Tamny explains how tax cuts, even for the rich, would boost the middle class.
The Mercatus Center at George Mason University finds that government regulations hurt low-income Americans the worst.
At AEI, Thomas Miller reports Obamacare has been a bust for small businesses.