White House Issues Report On Occupational Licensing Barriers

1. My two Forbes articles this week covered Chicago, including how the Illinois courts are hindering the city from pension reform; and how a new Taco Bell in Wicker Park will cater to young urban barhoppers. 2. This week, the White House Council of Economic Advisors published a report about the rise of occupational licensing in the U.S. It was a refreshing […]

Free parking isn’t free

Last week I wrote a piece for City Journal on how smart parking could allow New York City to implement variable pricing. Street parking sensors allow prices to change to maintain an empty spot on each block, as parking expert Donald Shoup recommends. By … [Read More...]