Source of Economic Growth
This book answers the two most important questions in economics: 1. What is the source of economic growth ? and 2. What caused the industrial revolution? In doing so it shows that raising our level of technology is the only way to increase real per capita incomes and discusses the economic policies and structures that are necessary for this to occur. It also creates a science of economics that is consistent with natural rights.
The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur: How Little Know Laws and Regulations are Killing Innovation
This book explains that U.S. innovation has been declining since the 90s. Innovation is the only method of obtaining real per capita growth. Since 2000 we have passed a number of laws and regulations that are killing innovation in the US. The incredible innovation of the 90s was based on technology start-up companies built on intellectual capital, financial capital, and human capital. All three of the pillars have been under attack since 2000. Our patent laws have been weakened reducing the value of intellectual capital. Sarbanes Oxley has made it impossible to go public reducing financial capital for start-ups and the FASB rules on stock options have made it harder to attract human capital to start-ups.