FINANCIAL TIMES—Despite the priority traditionally given to the free flow of capital, many now argue that Beijing should be the exception, writes American Compass executive director Oren Cass.
NATIONAL REVIEW—The question is not will we manage our economy’s interaction with the global market, but how, writes American Compass executive director Oren Cass.
A journey to the center of the neoliberal dogma
THE FEDERALIST—Oren Cass discusses new American Compass research on the effects of globalization on American workers and domestic jobs.
Patterns of change in the U.S. labor market, 2000–2019
FINANCIAL TIMES—American Compass executive director Oren Cass on how a new Republican bill that proposes to give labor a new voice is a challenge to vested interests on both left and right.
When an economic consensus collapses, who picks up the pieces?
FINANCIAL TIMES—Oren Cass makes the case that the Republicans must move beyond the dog-eared 1980s playbook of tax cuts and deregulation if they are to succeed.
CITY JOURNAL—According to a new American Compass survey, parents have a different answer than activists and policymakers do, writes Oren Cass.
The decision to welcome China into the World Trade Organization two decades ago still has its defenders—the Xinhua News Agency, for instance, and the American Enterprise Institute’s Jim Pethokoukis. “Most obvious are the consumer benefits from China … and how Chinese import competition encouraged many American manufacturing firms to invest and innovate more,” observes Xinhua, […]
Public education’s primary purpose is preservation of our democratic republic.
NATIONAL CONSERVATISM—At the second National Conservatism conference, Oren Cass discusses the importance of worker power to the future of conservatism.