Reviews and Journals

Fall 2017
Regulation

Foxes, Hedgehogs, and Regulators

If experts’ predictions are little better than laymen’s, can we rely on expert regulatory analysis?

Spring 2017
Regulation

Label Nudges

A connection between nutritional labeling and improved health is more hope than well‐​examined theory.

Spring 2017
Regulation

The War on Consumer Surplus

To fight tobacco use, “prominent economists” have turned welfare economics on its head.

Spring 2017
Regulation

A More Optimistic View

The interactions of exchange, ideas, and individuals can lead to further deregulation.

Spring 2017
Regulation

Regulation at 40

The last four decades have seen landmark liberalization of U.S. regulatory policy, yet many promising reform ideas now languish and policymakers have backslid in some cases.