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We are living through a time of economic contradictions, with the world of business and the lives of workers disrupted by the aftershocks of the pandemic in ways that we are struggling to understand.

  • 3

It’s been less than two weeks since President Joe Biden said the federal government would throw its weight behind new COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates for corporate America. And there are already signs of progress.

  • 9

I’m a strong supporter of getting a vaccination for COVID-19. (I’ve had two plus my booster.) And I agree that getting shots into the arms of most of the 70 to 75 million U.S. adults who remain unvaccinated is a matter of public urgency. But the libertarian in me believes that means are as i…

  • 9

Many reactions to COVID-19 can be explained by one simple concept: intertemporal substitution. Its awkward name notwithstanding, the idea helps to make sense of many behaviors that otherwise might appear irrational.

  • 2

The surreal nature of international travel in the COVID-19 era was beamed live around the world last weekend. In the opening minutes of a soccer match in Sao Paolo between Brazil and Argentina, play ground to a halt when public health officials walked onto the field to remove several Argenti…

  • 37

We often hear that our constitutional freedoms preclude us from having to wear masks or be vaccinated if we choose not to (e.g. Philip Catron’s  Aug. 23 letter, Gov. Hogan's divisiveness continues). I do not believe this understanding of our personal liberties is correct.

  • 6

In his Aug. 23 letter, Philip Catron suggests that the governor is using “an age-old card” to generate divisiveness. It appears to most people that the card the governor is playing is called public health. When we, as a society, need to take action to protect all of us, it is sensible and re…

  • 10

We are living through a time of economic contradictions, with the world of business and the lives of workers disrupted by the aftershocks of the pandemic in ways that we are struggling to understand.

  • 3

It’s been less than two weeks since President Joe Biden said the federal government would throw its weight behind new COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates for corporate America. And there are already signs of progress.

  • 9

I’m a strong supporter of getting a vaccination for COVID-19. (I’ve had two plus my booster.) And I agree that getting shots into the arms of most of the 70 to 75 million U.S. adults who remain unvaccinated is a matter of public urgency. But the libertarian in me believes that means are as i…

  • 9

Many reactions to COVID-19 can be explained by one simple concept: intertemporal substitution. Its awkward name notwithstanding, the idea helps to make sense of many behaviors that otherwise might appear irrational.

  • 2

The surreal nature of international travel in the COVID-19 era was beamed live around the world last weekend. In the opening minutes of a soccer match in Sao Paolo between Brazil and Argentina, play ground to a halt when public health officials walked onto the field to remove several Argenti…

  • 37

We often hear that our constitutional freedoms preclude us from having to wear masks or be vaccinated if we choose not to (e.g. Philip Catron’s  Aug. 23 letter, Gov. Hogan's divisiveness continues). I do not believe this understanding of our personal liberties is correct.