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Male bank teller presents client with US currency. There is a stock market overlay on the image to denote emerging market systems

The Trump administration seems unaware and unconcerned about the risks its fiscal policy might create for the global economy.

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Many leaders are in agreement that public policy should protect people who take time away from work to care for their family. Experts discuss the importance of paid family leave to expanding and offering choices for American families.

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retirement public pension crisis

Bureaucratic good intentions sometimes address problems that aren’t problems or end up doing more harm than good.

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In a new CNBC interview, Steve Bannon gave his thoughts on the latest headlines involving the China trade war and Helsinki summit. Experts discuss Bannon’s insights into President Trump’s long-term plan for the US and whether or not the US can win the trade war.

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I am skeptical of this idea. But “Radical Markets” co-author Glen Weyl is not, and he made one of the more coherent defenses of it on our recent podcast episode.

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In this episode, we discuss the book the Financial Times calls “the future of growth theory,” and discuss everything from economic development to America’s big tech firms to Friedrich Hayek.

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Minnesota’s regional split, each party’s evolution on free trade, the EU moves on, and more.

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The United States is currently competing with China to be the technology leader of the century. Experts discuss the United States’ competition with China and how it will affect the global economy.

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Europe is actively coming after US technology. Experts discuss how Europe’s interest in American technology might affect competition and trade.

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Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin announces a lawsuit the state is filing against fossil-fuel companies during a press conference in Narragansett, RI. David DelPoio | The Providence Journal

The appropriate tradeoffs between the benefits and purported adverse effects of energy use are an obvious legislative function, inappropriate for litigation to resolve, particularly given the international nature of the production, consumption, and GHG emissions from fossil fuels.

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