Did Enron Pillage California?

By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. Briefing Paper No. 72. August 22, 2002.

Online Travel Services: The Antitrust Assault on Orbitz—and on Consumers

By James V. DeLong. Policy Analysis No. 441. June 4, 2002.

FDIC Reform: Don’t Put Taxpayers Back at Risk

By George G. Kaufman. Policy Analysis No. 432. April 16, 2002.

The Antitrust Terrible 10: Why the Most Reviled “Anti-competitive” Business Practices Can Benefit Consumers in the New Economy

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 405. June 28, 2001.

Microsoft’s Appealing Case

By Robert A. Levy and Alan Reynolds. Policy Analysis No. 385. November 9, 2000.

Microsoft’s “Applications Barrier to Entry:” The Missing 70,000 Programs

By Richard B. McKenzie. Policy Analysis No. 380. August 31, 2000.

Securities Markets Regulation: Time to Move to a Market-Based Approach

By Dale Oesterle. Policy Analysis No. 374. June 21, 2000.

Constitutional and Antitrust Violations of the Multistate Tobacco Settlement

By Thomas C. O’Brien. Policy Analysis No. 371. May 18, 2000.

The Community Reinvestment Act: Looking for Discrimination That Isn’t There

By George J. Benston. Policy Analysis No. 354. October 6, 1999.

Microsoft Redux: Anatomy of a Baseless Lawsuit

By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 352. September 30, 1999.

Too Big to Fail? Long-Term Capital Management and the Federal Reserve

By Kevin Dowd. Briefing Paper No. 52. September 23, 1999.

Bank Regulation: Will Regulators Catch Up with the Market?

By Randall S. Kroszner. Briefing Paper No. 45. March 12, 1999.

Dismal Science Fictions: Network Effects, Microsoft, and Antitrust Speculation

By Stan Liebowitz and Stephen E. Margolis. Policy Analysis No. 324. October 27, 1998.

The Government’s War on Mergers: The Fatal Conceit of Antitrust Policy

By William F. Shughart II. Policy Analysis No. 323. October 22, 1998.

Microsoft and the Browser Wars: Fit to Be Tied

By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 296. February 19, 1998.

10 Myths About Financial Derivatives

By Thomas F. Siems. Policy Analysis No. 283. September 11, 1997.

How Rent Control Drives Out Affordable Housing

By William Tucker. Policy Analysis No. 274. May 21, 1997.

Polluting Our Principles: Environmental Prosecutions and the Bill of Rights

By Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 223. April 20, 1995.

Judging the 1991 Reform Effort: Do U.S. Banks Have a Future?

By Catherine England. Policy Analysis No. 149. February 12, 1991.

Market Squabbles: SEC v. CFTC

By Charles M. Seeger. Briefing Paper No. 10. June 13, 1990.

SEC’s Insider Trading Proposal: Good Politics, Bad Policy

By Jonathan R. Macey. Policy Analysis No. 101. March 31, 1988.

Interstate Banking: The Reform That Won’t Go Away

By Steven Horwitz and George Selgin. Policy Analysis No. 97. December 15, 1987.

Nonbank Banks Are Not the Problem

By Catherine England. Policy Analysis No. 85. April 28, 1987.

The Case for Free Banking: Then and Now

By George Selgin. Policy Analysis No. 60. October 21, 1985.

Private Deposit Insurance: Stabilizing the Banking System

By Catherine England. Policy Analysis No. 54. June 21, 1985.