How should the law treat prostitution and related activities? Experts debate sex work legalization, criminalization, and other approaches.
Retired call girl Maggie McNeill argues that sex work should be legalized; criminalization, not prostitution, creates violence and adds risk.
Inflating away our deficits is unlikely, argues Jerry L. Jordan; this is fortunate, he says, because of the fundamental unfairness of inflation.
Scott Sumner offers evidence that his preferred policy of nominal GDP targeting is workable.
Prof. Ronald Weitzer argues that prostitution should be treated as a legal commercial transaction, with some minimal regulation for safety and order.