Reuven Brenner

Demographic Self-Indulgence and Its Remedy


With the urgent debate on demographic declines in some parts of the world, a historical reminder of what worked and what didn’t may be useful. It offers insights into the far broader picture of the links between people’s private decisions and public policy. After Germany defeated France in 1870-1, and political leaders associated military strength […]

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The Three Year Plan


The pessimistic tone about Social Security, aging population, government deficits, taxes, the dollar, ways to compete with hundreds of millions of hard-working Chinese and Indian youngsters, assumes that there isn’t much to be optimistic about the United States when it comes to the labor force. Solutions include increasing the age of retirement and taxes, diminishing […]

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