"How the World Got Modern"
"End Student Evaluations of Professors"

"The Way Not to Fix Education, Housing, and Health Care"

A point that's obvious but still underappreciated:

If so — if the rising costs of education, housing, and health care are causing ordinary Americans to tread water economically despite the falling work-time costs of most other goods and services — why would anyone suppose that the “solution” to this problem is more government intervention? No three sectors of the American economy are as heavily and as consistently distorted by taxes, subsidies, and regulations as are these three sectors. 

Related: "What Student Loans and Health Care Have in Common".