January 18, 2018

Follow-up on vouchers

May 16, 2016 RyanFaulk 1

Some readers have responded to my post on school quality, pointing me to a “meta-analysis” lauded by the Foundation of Economic Education by M. Danish Shakeel. This “meta-analysis” claimed that vouchers, in general, produce a […]

Misunderstandings on Race and IQ

May 14, 2016 Francis 18

This is a response, at the request of a reader, to a piece written by Brink Lindsey, a senior fellow of the Cato Institute, entitled “Why People Keep Misunderstanding the ‘Connection’ Between Race and IQ“. […]

Population Differences in Individualism

May 1, 2016 Francis 4

1. Defining Individualism  Individualist societies are one’s which places more value of the interest of an individual as opposed to a group or collective. This leads to a wide variety of social differences. Hofstede (2011) Compared […]