An Investment in Early Childhood

The Free Education Law has created institutional babysitting services but not quality education for three- and four-year olds of working parents. Although the State should take responsibility for this lack, local governments can start making change before receiving new funding.

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Democratic Economics: Old Age

It is extremely limiting to view senior citizens only through demographic and economic terms. How can we ask better questions about old age in the twenty-first century, such as how the elderly can contribute to society and live a quality life?

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A State is Not a Household

A national economy functions differently than a household budget. And yet because of the common conflation, it is easy to persuade the public to maintain a low national deficit. How can we more accurately understand how the economy works?

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