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Government experiments with American Indians

The federal government controlled American Indian reservations provides a natural experiment comparing the effect of government ownership and control with… more…

Booker: Green initiatives end in disaster

“… every single green scheme… has proved to be a total fiasco: failing to achieve any of the results claimed for them and costing us more billions.  more…

Can ObamaCare be fixed

The US Congress is currently considering whether there is anything worth saving in ObamaCare. We suggest comparison with a free health market. more…

New checklist for regulators and reviewers

To help regulators and reviewers of regulations to analyse whether a new regulation will help or whether an old one is doing any good, we have provided a new checklist. more…

Rating the freedom from regulation of the 50 U.S. states

Cato’s 2016 (4th edition) of their Freedom in the 50 States is now available. The downloadable report and the freedominthe50states.org website ranks the states. more…

Regulating research: The quelling effects of IRBs

“…so-called institutional review boards have morphed into entities that are stifling and distorting important research throughout academia.” See Schrag’s (2014) essay for more…

Will Brexit be exempt from the Iron Law of Regulation?

British voters have an opportunity to reduce regulation, and to tailor regulation more to their own needs, by voting to exit from the EU (Brexit) in a June 23 referendum. more…

the iron law of regulation

“There is no form of market failure, however egregious, which is not eventually made worse by the political interventions intended to fix it” -- Original source unknown

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