Publications

March 13, 2020
Commentary

The Real Coronavirus Threat Everyone Is Missing

Worries about the threat the coronavirus posed to public health are entirely understandable. The disease spreads easily and has a disturbingly high mortality rate among its victims (especially the elderly). Nevertheless, some important and potentially dangerous policy precedents are being set without much consideration or reflection.

The National Interest (Online)
March 12, 2020
Commentary

Sunak’s Budget Marks the Tories’ Final Retreat From Thatcherism

For arguably the first time since 1979, this week’s Budget explicitly endorsed two policy principles Conservatives have long rejected: that governments should use public spending to steer the macroeconomy and that activist government can drive innovation and long‐​run growth.

UK Telegraph
Spring 2020
Regulation Vol. 43 No. 1

Nondelegation for the Delegators

Congress could limit delegation and enhance accountability if it wanted to. Here’s how

Spring 2020
Regulation Vol. 43 No. 1

Refocusing on the Consumer

Utilities regulation needs to prepare for the “prosumer” revolution.