July 6, 2023 • The Hill
By John Hasnas Is the Supreme Court’s ruling on SFFA v. Harvard a good decision? Well, yes and no. It’s a great decision with regard to the University of North Carolina and […]
April 30, 2023 • Article
By Olúfẹ́mi O Táíwò and Joshua Stein Sam Bankman-Fried’s recent alleged fraud raises familiar questions about the reliability and regulation of cryptocurrency. But it also calls into question “effective altruism”, […]
October 11, 2022 • Daily NOUS
By Justin Weinberg A team of scholars at Georgetown University have developed a set of open-access resources for teaching and learning business ethics. The package of materials, “Business Ethics in […]
September 13, 2022 • Reason Magazine
By Eugene Volokh As I mentioned yesterday, there’s a new survey aimed at determining patterns of gun ownership and defensive gun use, from Prof. William English at the Georgetown University. […]
September 12, 2022 • American Institute for Economic Research
Traditional capitalist investors seek steady returns on investments with little risk of failure. Venture capitalists, however, invest in an array of risky but potentially high-return projects. Similarly, traditional academics seek […]
September 9, 2022 • Washington Examiner
By Paul Bedard In the national debate over banning AR-15-style rifles, there has been a noted lack of information other than anecdotal and heavily biased reports. On the gun ban […]
August 10, 2022 • The Globe and Mail
Canadian Blood Services says it may for the first time work with private companies that pay people in Canada for their blood plasma.
August 1, 2022 • Le Point
Le chercheur américain Jason Brennan livre une analyse pessimiste de la politique, dont nous devrions tous nous détourner autant que possible.
June 15, 2022 • Divided We Fall
Will Increasing Turnout So Everyone Votes Reduce Polarization and Extreme Partisanship? Will Increasing Turnout So Everyone Votes Reduce Polarization and Extreme Partisanship? By Michael Neblo, Jason Brennan, and Whitney Quesenbery. Engaging Constituents is […]
May 2, 2022 • E-International Relations
Where do you see the most exciting research/debates happening in your field? Let’s talk specifically about democratic theory. Over on the normative side, that is, the side that is trying […]
April 1, 2022 • Liberty Fund
Podcast: Juliette Sellgren with Jason Brennan
February 16, 2022 • National Review
The university is implementing the academic analog of a SLAPP suit against Ilya Shapiro. How do you stifle unpopular speech at a place like Georgetown University whose policy states that […]
February 6, 2022 • Wall Street Journal
It’s incentives more than ideology, and there’s a simple fix.
February 1, 2022 • Reason Magazine
Why Bernie Sanders, Hasan Piker, and Elizabeth Warren should open their wallets before they open their mouths By Jason Brennan and Christopher Freiman It’s been a bad year in public […]
January 25, 2022 • American Institute for Economic Research
For most of the history of the term, inflation did not mean rising prices but rather rising prices were one of the consequences of inflation.
January 19, 2022 • 1517 Fund
Jason Brennan on When You Can Violently Resist the Government
January 17, 2022 • McDonough School of Business
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.… We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.” These […]
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