Vol. 42 Nbr. 1, March 2019
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- Are Market Data Fees Too High? Should We Care?
- SEC's Pay Ratio Regulation Reveals What We Already Knew.
- USDA Reform: Help Rural America by Freeing Scientific Innovation.
- Hurting Americans in Order to Hurt Foreigners: Benefit-cost analysis challenges the Trump administrations effort to end the H4 EAD program.
- Tipped Workers and the Minimum Wage: California's broad minimum-wage increases appear tailored to manage political forces.
- The Troubled History of Cancer Risk Assessment: The Linear-No-Threshold paradigm, which asserts there are no safe exposure levels, is the product of flawed and corrupted science.
- Should Automakers Be Responsible for Accidents? Automaker enterprise liability would have useful incentives that driver liability law misses.
- A Cautionary Tale About Energy Efficiency Initiatives: If these programs are such bargains, then why does government mandate them and energy utilities push for them?
- Utility Energy Efficiency Initiatives Are Good Policy: These programs address important market failures and have been shown to be cost-effective.
- A Conservative Anarchist? ANTHONY DEJASAY 1925-2019.
- Us or Them, or Us and Them?
- The Truth about Economic Incentive Programs.
- Let's Hear It for the Standard Narrative.
- Landsburg s New Puzzles.
- An Open and Enlightened Libertarianism.
- Roads for the Future.
- A Damning Portrait of the New York Fed.
- The ACA and Opioid Deaths: A SUMMARY OF RECENT PAPERS THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST TO REGULATION'S READERS.
- Banking Regulation.
- Securities Regulation.
- Soda Taxes.
- Why Can't We Admit Policy Mistakes?