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1. The Long‐​Run Effects of Immigration: Evidence across a Barrier to Refugee Settlement

2. Uncle Sucker: Why U.S. Efforts at Defense Burdensharing Fail

3. The Fiscal Impact of Immigration in the United States

4. Balance of Trade, Balance of Power: How the Trade Deficit Reflects U.S. Influence in the World

5. Course Correction: Charting a More Effective Approach to U.S.-China Trade

6. The Regressive Nature of the U.S. Tariff Code: Origins and Implications

7. Rational Eviction: How Landlords Use Evictions in Response to Rent Control

8. Central Bank Digital Currency: The Risks and the Myths

9. Self‐​Service Bans and Gasoline Prices: The Effect of Allowing Consumers to Pump Their Own Gas

10. Formula for a Crisis: Protectionism and Supply Chain Resiliency—the Infant Formula Case Study

11. Competition and Content Moderation

12. The National Flood Insurance Program: Solving Congress’s Samaritan’s Dilemma

13. Universal Preschool: Lawmakers Should Approach with Caution

14. The (Updated) Case for Free Trade

15. Biden and Trade at Year One: The Reign of Polite Protectionism

16. Unfair Trade or Unfair Protection? The Evolution and Abuse of Section 301

17. Monetary Policy and Racial Inequality

18. Opening Up Military Innovation: Effects of Bottom‐​Up Reforms to U.S. Defense Research

19. The Effect of Tax Avoidance Crackdown on Corporate Innovation

20. When Interventions Fail: Lessons from the U.S. Experience in Latin America

21. When Is Tinkering with Safety Net Programs Harmful to Beneficiaries?

22. The Regulatory Costs of Being Public

23. Evidence of the Unintended Labor Scheduling Implications of the Minimum Wage

24. Who Pays Sin Taxes? Understanding the Overlapping Burdens of Corrective Taxes

25. Jawboning against Speech: How Government Bullying Shapes the Rules of Social Media

26. The Human Perils of Scaling Smart Technologies: Evidence from Field Experiments

27. Behavioral Responses to Supply‐​Side Drug Policy during the Opioid Epidemic

28. The Economic Impact of Tax Changes, 1920–1939

29. How Misaligned Incentives Hinder Foster Care Adoption

30. Barber Licensing in Arkansas: Public Health or Private Gain?

31. U.S. Trade Policy toward China: Learning the Right Lessons

32. Lessons for the Fed from the Pandemic

33. A Reckoning Looms for America’s 50‐​Year Financial Surveillance System

34. Ten Stablecoin Predictions and Their Monetary Policy Implications

35. Reflections on Monetary Policy and Its Future

36. The New Faces of Internationalism: How Generational Change Is Reshaping American Foreign Policy Attitudes

37. Questioning Industrial Policy: Why Government Manufacturing Plans Are Ineffective and Unnecessary

38. Manufactured Crisis: “Deindustrialization,” Free Markets, and National Security

39. Espionage, Espionage‐​Related Crimes, and Immigration: A Risk Analysis, 1990–2019

40. Protectionism or National Security? The Use and Abuse of Section 232

41. Private Schooling after a Year of COVID-19: How the Private Sector Has Fared and How to Keep It Healthy

42. China: Rise or Demise?

43. The GameStop Episode: What Happened and What Does It Mean?

44. U.S. Debt Sustainability under Low Interest Rates and after the Covid‐​19 Shock

45. A Brief History of U.S. Immigration Policy from the Colonial Period to the Present Day

46. Common‐​Sense Policy Reforms for California Housing

47. How Wealth Fuels Growth

48. Discrimination, Managers, and Firm Performance: Evidence from “Aryanizations” in Nazi Germany

49. Why U.S. Immigration Barriers Matter for the Global Advancement of Science

50. The Smoot‐​Hawley Trade War

51. Getting Schooled: The Role of Universities in Attracting Immigrant Entrepreneurs

52. How the Classical Gold Standard Can Inform Monetary Policy

53. On the Origins of Entrepreneurial Alertness: Did Bauer and Yamey Precede Kirzner?

54. The American News Media’s Volatile Perspectives on China

55. U.S. Policy Options Toward China: An Appraisal

56. The Fall of Chile

57. Immigration and State Institutions: Does Region of Origin Matter?

58. Financial Transactions Taxes: Inaccessible and Expensive

59. Perspectives on Balance Sheet and Credit Policies: A Tribute to Marvin Goodfriend

60. Illegal Immigration and Crime in Texas

61. Immigrants Do Not Negatively Affect the Economic Institutions of American States

62. Qualified Immunity: A Legal, Practical, and Moral Failure

63. Space Force: Ahead of Its Time, or Dreadfully Premature?

64. COVID-19 and the U.S. Fiscal Imbalance

65. Money, Stability, and Free Societies

66. Tariffs and Monetary Policy: A Toxic Mix

67. The U.S.-China Trade War: Is There an End in Sight?

68. Assessing President Trump’s Trade Priorities

69. U.S.-China Relations: The Way Forward

70. Flawed Plan to Keep Out Welfare‐​Using Immigrants

71. American Constitutional Theory and History: Implications for European Constitutionalism

72. Rethinking the International Monetary System

73. Subnational Economic Freedom and Performance in the United States and Canada