A panel of experts discuss special economic zones and the rules needed for a new or emerging city to succeed.
Professor Sarah Moser is skeptical of libertarians' interest in special economic zones, startup cities, and seasteads.
Tom W. Bell says that in special economic zones, the secret to success is competition in governance.
Lant Pritchett doubts that charter cities can do much to help the developing world.
Mark Lutter addresses some concerns about special economic zones, charter cities, and seasteading.
Mark Lutter answers Tom W. Bell in our ongoing exchange about innovative governance.
Mark Lutter defends the value of the charter city approach.