Tuesday, August 28, 2012

From Regulation Magazine


There is little reason to think that further government intervention will shrink Americans' waistlines. By Michael L. Marlow and Sherzod Abdukadirov (PDF, 891K)

Will the SEC's new embrace of cost-benefit analysis be a watershed moment? By Henry G. Manne (PDF, 1.0M)

The regulation of biotechnology provides a cautionary tale of politicized science. By Henry I. Miller (PDF, 822K)

Gas station underground tank leaks decreased when states switched from state-managed assurance programs to mandatory private insurance. By Haitao Yin, Howard Kunreuther, and Matthew W. White (PDF, 606K)


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