- “Options for Federal Privatization and Reform Lessons from Abroad,” by Chris Edwards
- “Reforming Air Traffic Control,” by Chris Edwards
We hope the court decides that federal agencies, like everyone else, must consider the costs of their actions.
Instead of looking to impose the old framework of regulations on these new business models or force new companies to subsidize their traditional competitors, policymakers could look to reform those burdensome regulations that impose costs on consumers and drivers alike.
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By Martin Goetz, Luc Laeven, and Ross Levine. Research Briefs in Economic Policy No. 59. August 31, 2016.
By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 794. June 28, 2016.
By Robert Clifford and Daniel Shoag. Research Briefs in Economic Policy No. 54. June 22, 2016.
By Robert Corn-Revere. Policy Analysis No. 791. May 24, 2016.
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