Los Angeles Takes an Oprah Approach to Guaranteed Incomes
Bloomberg Opinion, April 30, 2021The city’s program looks more like “You Get a Car” than a transformative attack on local poverty.
Keep Job Interviews Virtual After Covid
Bloomberg Opinion, April 07, 2021Companies have lots of good reasons to fall out of love with daylong, on-campus recruiting marathons.
Telemedicine Will Be Great After Covid, Too
Bloomberg Opinion, March 31, 2021Pandemic-fueled innovations like remote consultation and licensing reform are good for doctors, patients and public health.
Museums Sold More Art During Pandemic. Why Go Back?
Bloomberg Opinion, March 28, 2021An emergency fundraising measure intended to relieve financial distress should be left in place for other reasons.
Women and Men Are Like the Threads of a Woven Fabric
The New York Times, March 26, 2021The textiles women produced made our civilization what it is.
How Job-Killing Technologies Liberated Women
Bloomberg Opinion, March 14, 2021Viewed through the lens of women’s experiences, inventions often derided as job-killers look like “Engines of Liberation.”
A California Coup? Gavin Newsom Has a Problem on His Hands
Bloomberg Opinion, February 11, 2021As a recall effort shows, it’s a bad time for a governor to be identified with San Francisco and intransigent teachers’ unions.
Micromanagement Is Plaguing the Vaccine Rollout
Bloomberg Opinion, January 05, 2021A lot of people think that a take-charge attitude by Biden would inoculate America faster. Let’s hope he knows better.
Los Angeles Locked Down. Covid Came Anyway.
Bloomberg Opinion, December 30, 2020The city’s crisis contradicts the simple narrative that outbreaks are punishment for red-state recklessness.
The thread of history: Be thankful that textiles have changed the fabric of living
USA Today, November 26, 2020Historically, the manufacturing of cloth was laborious, making is scarce and precious. Today's abundance is due to centuries of hard work and innovation.