As ProMarket enters its sixth year of operation, we would like to understand what you, our readers, like about it and what can be improved.
We launched ProMarket five years ago, in March 2016, with the aim of promoting discussion about an issue that, despite its enormous importance and relevancy to the current political and societal climate, received little attention in the media and in academia: the subversion of competition by special interests. Since then, ProMarket transformed from a political economy blog into a publication featuring a rich, diverse array of content, including research, commentary, and webinars.
In our first five years, we have published over 1,000 articles by more than 500 contributors: economists, Nobel laureates, legal scholars, industry experts, historians, policymakers (past and present), and journalists. And we have covered topics such as police reform, Section 230, the Covid-19 economy, the political power of Big Tech, and the history of economic thought.
As ProMarket enters its sixth year of operation, we would like to understand what you, our readers, like about it and what can be improved. For that purpose, we are conducting a survey among regular readers. The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. You can take the survey here.