Featuring Thomas Hazlett and Ajit Pai
If experts’ predictions are little better than laymen’s, can we rely on expert regulatory analysis?
The interactions of exchange, ideas, and individuals can lead to further deregulation.
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.
The commission uses transaction and licensing reviews to infringe on speech.
Rent‐seeking and public choice put a deregulation success story at risk.
Consumers don’t benefit from “reflexive protectionism.”