People will not look forward to posterity, who never look backward to their ancestors.
Some of the very best, and most beautiful, economic theory on long-run growth.
Religion, faith and the future, level vs. growth effects, the Cuban Missile Crisis, science fiction, and more.
Covering existential risk, economic growth, declining fertility rates, Germany's "tall poppy syndrome," and more.
To boost birth rates, make child benefits more useful and more salient by paying them out up front.
America’s economic dependence on China creates a security vulnerability. But tariffs are royally ineffective at mitigating this vulnerability. I consider the underlying informational problem.
On the European obsession with America, the dearth of the political on the Continent, and the downsides of homogeneity.
Human activity and new technologies can be dangerous, threatening the very survival of humanity. Does that mean economic growth is inherently risky?