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The fallacy of blaming oil ‘speculators’
Robert J. Samuelson, The Washington Post We should exorcise the politically convenient notion that high oil prices result from the market maneuvers of greedy “speculators.” It’s convenient because it suggests that a solution to high pump prices — or a partial solution — is to banish the offending speculators from the marketplace. That’s fantasy. Read More
Test Your Knowledge on North American Trade
Test your knowledge on trade in North America and how we compare to trade groups world-wide.
Reflections on the Economic Legacy of President George H.W. Bush
President George H.W. Bush provided peerless leadership in addressing the economic challenges of his time and laid the foundation for unprecedented prosperity over the two decades following his Administration.
Promoting Inclusive Urban Growth: A Call To Action
Many U.S. cities face growing challenges in building economies in which each generation lives better than the one before. Learn what steps city councils, businesses, and nonprofits can take to course correct.