Unemployment compensation: the case for a free market alternative
Unemployment compensation insurance systems may be reformed so that it would better serve the interests of businesses and employees alike. Letting market processes take over unemployment insurance would result in a less costly and more reliable income security programs if allowed to work. Market forces could also shape a system that is more equitable to all parties concerned and not just laid-off employees.
Publication Name: Regulation
Preserving the American common market: state and local governments in the United States Supreme Court
The author discusses how local and state governments can function as "fire alarms" for violations of the Commerce Clause in cases before the US Supreme Court better than private parties to maintain free trade among the states.
Publication Name: Supreme Court Economic Review