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How Charity Builds Social Mobility

How Charity Builds Social Mobility

This article was originally published in Donors Trust. On the latest episode of Giving Ventures, host and DonorsTrust Vice President Peter Lipsett talks with Archbridge Institute President and CEO Gonzalo Schwarz and Justin Callais, research fellow at Archbridge...

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Nostalgia Can Be an Engine of Progress

Nostalgia Can Be an Engine of Progress

This article was originally published in Discourse Magazine. The journey to the past that nostalgia takes us on is really about the present and the future. A few years ago, I attended a presentation by a professor who studies scientific, medical, and technological...

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Nostalgia Is the Greatest Gift This Holiday Season

Nostalgia Is the Greatest Gift This Holiday Season

This article was originally published in Los Angeles Daily News. As we enter the winter holiday season, we are especially likely to feel nostalgic. Gathering with loved ones or participating in cherished social and cultural traditions elevates our sentimentality...

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The US Workforce Has Changed — States Need to Adapt

The US Workforce Has Changed — States Need to Adapt

This article was originally published in The Hill. As 2023 nears its end, employers continue to have a hard time finding workers nationwide. And unfortunately, there appears to be no end in sight.  Recent work from the Manufacturing Institute notes that...

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Care About Economic Mobility? Who Deserves Your 2024 Vote?

Care About Economic Mobility? Who Deserves Your 2024 Vote?

This article was originally published in Real Clear Politics. Is the American Dream still attainable? According to the most recent research, most Americans say “yes.” Over three-fourths of Americans say they have either achieved the American Dream or are well on...

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The Roar of the Argentinian Lion

The Roar of the Argentinian Lion

This article was originally published in Discourse Magazine. Will the election of Javier Milei as Argentina’s new president finally put the country’s economy back on track? I first met Javier Milei in Buenos Aires back in 2016 through a common friend who, like us, was...

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Louisiana Needs Dynamism to Fuel an Economic Comeback

Louisiana Needs Dynamism to Fuel an Economic Comeback

This article was originally published in The Center Square. Last year, personal income growth was 0.0%, the lowest in the country. And Louisiana had the third highest net out-migration in the country. Louisiana is in desperate need of a comeback....

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Universal Recognition Can Boost Hoosier Labor Force

Universal Recognition Can Boost Hoosier Labor Force

This article was originally published in Kokomo Tribune. The Indiana General Assembly recently convened a meeting of the Interim Study Committee on Employment and Labor. The Committee heard concerns from a number of industry groups like landscape architects, realtors,...

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