What is Economics?
This is the first in a series that defines economics as a discipline, addressing common misconceptions along the way.
Taxpayer Subsidized Workforce Development is a Lemon
Note: This article first appeared in The Detroit News on July 13, 2019 and later the blog of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. It is based on the more extensive report "Workforce Development in Michigan" published in May 2019 by the Mackinac Center.
Student Guest Post: Finding Direction for Research and on Calling at Acton U
While I'm still traveling, I'm happy to share with you an essay by student Camryn Zeller about her Acton University experience.
Subsidiarity, Love, and the Common Good
Last week the Acton Institute and Coram Deo program cohosted a seminar for an international audience on the topic “Loving Our Neighbors for the Common Good: Subsidiarity, Responsibility, and Change.” Participants came from North America, Africa, and Europe and...
Heaven or Summer Camp?
Today around 1,000 people from over 90 countries will depart Grand Rapids with the conclusion of Acton University, an annual event I tend to think of as the Christian nerd summer-camp experience I need. I meet up with friends and colleagues here, I expect to make...