Economics has a long tradition of respecting the mobility of resources and the consequences of taxing those resources.
The 66th legislative session is over. This session brought its own unique challenges and ideas. As an economist, several proposals captured my attention, including one that seems to be debated every year: abolishing property taxes...
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.
Jayson Lusk talks with Raymond March about agriculture and what to and what not to worry about as our population grows.
The gig economy is a product of the innovation encouraged and allowed by private entrepreneurship.
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