Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth, Poverty, and Morality, provides original reporting and analysis at the intersection of ethics, faith, and economics.

Wealth and Poverty
Tessa Rath

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How do 21,300 people get left behind in the most prosperous country in the world?

Putting the People First

A new study out of Princeton and Northwestern that's been getting a fair amount of attention shows what many Americans already know or sense--that there's too much money in politics.
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3 Ways America Can Move Toward Energy Independence

The last six years have brought new opportunities for the U.S. to move towards being more self-sufficient and less vulnerable to volatile global dynamics.
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April 29th at AEI: A Biblical Answer to Poverty

Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Jay Richards will be among the panelists taking part in this discussion on poverty, theology, and economics in DC on Tuesday, April 29.
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Geeks Should Like Gildernomics

For Poverty Reduction and Development, Capitalism is Key

The Constitutionality of Dodd-Frank

Uncommon Knowledge Series Features George Gilder

At Values and Capitalism, a Q&A with Jay Richards

We Need Your Input: What Would You Ask George Gilder?