A short, but nice book recommendation on the Below Potential blog:
“Taking a more academic approach, the book can be considered complementary to Joe Quirk’s and Patri Friedman’s book on Seasteading. […]
If you are interested in Competitive Governance and Seasteading and want to gain insight into the prerequisites for Seasteads to become a long-term success, I can highly recommend this book.”
The blog is about how humanity is held back by bad laws, regulations and policies, how these are the inevitable outcome of the current systems for producing laws and policies – and what to do about it.