For centuries the western world has leveraged compulsory public education and attendance laws to promote cultural assimilation. In many cases the ends are different but the means are always the same, children. The virtue signaling and misguided altruism is nothing more than a mirage to distract from a specific political or social agenda. There is […]
I appeared on Nevada Newsmakers on January 7th to discuss the Nevada economy and my white paper on the Problem of Big Data. Paul Enos was a gracious host and I enjoyed getting the opportunity to share some of my recent research and theories on the show.
This story originally appeared in Entrepreneur Dusty Wunderlich | Published January 4, 2017 The next four years could mark a golden age for startups if, as he promised during his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump loosens regulations and special-interests influence — and if entrepreneurs hold regulators and policymakers accountable. Related: Trump’s Business-Friendly Economic Agenda When the president-elect declared that he […]
This story originally appeared in Entrepreneur Dusty Wunderlich | Published March 15, 2017 This article is included in Entrepreneur Voices on Strategic Management, a new book containing insights from more than 20 contributors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. Corporate structures are flattening. One big reason why is that the strict hierarchies of yesteryear are no longer effective for […]
This story originally appeared on Mises Wire Dusty Wunderlich | Published January 18, 2019 As humans, we want to satisfy our needs in the present rather than the future. This is a fundamental truth of human action. If we preferred to satisfy needs in the future over the present, we would never act. An individual’s […]