John A. Griffin

Leadership without good judgment undermines government legitimacy

The right to rule depends not only on the way power is gained, but how it is wielded.

Can perfect equality exist?

Eric Nelson says John Rawls led modern philosophy astray.

A key to the markets?

Corporate reports contain clues to predicting a firm’s future performance.

The positive impact of entrepreneurial immigrants

Economist William Kerr argues for streamlining immigration to attract high-skilled talent from abroad.

A. Sloan Devlin Seeks to Decrypt the Gut Microbiome

Altering one gene in a gut microbe transforms metabolism.

When Capital Trumps Labor

In the antebellum South, slavery was paired with modern business practices.