Applications are available for our spring 2020 reading groups.
Scientists placed a plaque commemorating Iceland’s Okjökull (Ok) glacier. They inscribed “a letter to the future” that reads...
In a free market, the lack of restrictions gives entrepreneurs the freedom to find innovative solutions to problems.
Ray March talks about how his type 1 diabetes influenced his decision to research healthcare economics and regulation.
In this report, we examine the history of North Dakota’s state finances and explore the policies that led to the current environment. We identify policy reforms to address state fiscal challenges and put North Dakota on a pathway to prosperity.
Join us for this Capitalism and Society lecture by Dr. Joshua Hall on Thursday, Oct. 17.
Somehow, the Federal Reserve is removing base money from circulation with precision in order to maintain a steady level of base money in circulation.
In the 232 years following the Constitutional Convention, we have strived to live up to these ideals. We have not always been successful, but as I take the time to reflect on the Constitution this week...
The use of the lobotomy in US medical history is a shocking and concerning event which continues to leave physicians and historians asking how such a thing could happen.
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