At a time when big business and trade are getting a bad rap, 220 chief executives gathered at a Texas resort last week to exchange ideas and rev each other up at the 10th annual Conscious Capitalism CEO summit.
At first glance, a nonprofit that employs underprivileged women in Uganda to make jewelry and a publicly traded company with over 4,200 employees and 80 stores nationwide might not seem to have much in common.
The benefits of Tiebout competition are often cited by proponents of greater decentralization of government. But what does Tiebout competition give us in reality? I would say in many cases we don’t see a competition for better governance, but...
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