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The next generation of engaged donors

At this year’s National Philanthropy Day, we are recognizing the importance of this strategic shift of multigenerational giving and putting it into action.

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To spur innovation, why not get rid of patents?

Suppose an individual builds a home. This individual is able to decide who lives in this home, whether the home is available for rent or sale, and under what terms. Put differently, this person has a property right on his ...

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Greece votes ‘no’ to austerity; what now?

If Tsipras is unable to procure an agreement with his European creditors with some debt relief, then he ought to exit the euro and go back to the drachma.

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