Free Trade, Free Markets: Rating the 108th Congress

By Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 28. March 15, 2005.

Nonmarket Nonsense: U.S. Antidumping Policy toward China

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Briefing Paper No. 22. March 7, 2005.

Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2004

By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 537. March 1, 2005.

A Package Deal: U.S. Manufacturing Imports and Output Rise and Fall Together

By Daniel Griswold. Free Trade Bulletin No. 17. February 24, 2005.

Options for Tax Reform

By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 536. February 24, 2005.

Robin Hood in Reverse: The Case against Taking Private Property for Economic Development

By Ilya Somin. Policy Analysis No. 535. February 21, 2005.

Peer-to-Peer Networking and Digital Rights Management: How Market Tools Can Solve Copyright Problems

By Michael A. Einhorn and Bill Rosenblatt. Policy Analysis No. 534. February 17, 2005.

Medicare Prescription Drugs: Medical Necessity Meets Fiscal Insanity

By Joseph Antos and Jagadeesh Gokhale. Briefing Paper No. 91. February 9, 2005.

Miracle Down Under: How New Zealand Farmers Prosper without Subsidies or Protection

By Thomas Lambie. Free Trade Bulletin No. 16. February 7, 2005.

Who Killed Telecom? Why the Official Story Is Wrong

By Lawrence Gasman. Policy Analysis No. 533. February 7, 2005.

Apple v. Free Speech?

By Timothy B. Lee. TechKnowledge No. 96. February 3, 2005.

A Proposal for a ‘Dual-Rate Income Tax’

By Chris Edwards. Tax and Budget Bulletin No. 22. February 1, 2005.

Health Care in a Free Society: Rebutting the Myths of National Health Insurance

By John Goodman. Policy Analysis No. 532. January 27, 2005.

Cutting the Cord: Textile Trade Policy Needs Tough Love

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 15. January 25, 2005.

Making College More Expensive: The Unintended Consequences of Federal Tuition Aid

By Gary Wolfram. Policy Analysis No. 531. January 25, 2005.

The Regulator Who Loved Markets

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 95. January 21, 2005.

“Bad News” on the Trade Deficit Often Means Good News on the Economy

By Daniel Griswold. Free Trade Bulletin No. 14. January 11, 2005.

Of Desperate Housewives and Desperate Regulators

By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 94. January 5, 2005.