Daniel Klein, Cato Institute Adjunct Scholar, is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. Dr. Klein’s research has been published in, among others, the Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Eastern Economic Journal, Constitutional Political Economy, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, Journal of Economic History, and the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. His popular writings have appeared in Investors Business Daily, USA Today, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. Klein has edited and co-edited four books, including What Do Economists Contribute?, The Half Life of Policy Rationales, Reputation: Studies in the Voluntary Elicitation of Good Conduct, and Curb Rights: A Foundation for Free Enterprise in Urban Transit.

More from Daniel B. Klein


Ideology Revealed in Economist Petitions

Cato.org. September 20, 2010.

What Should Liberals Liberalize?

Cato.org. December 11, 2008.

To Resolve Junk Mail, Junk Monopoly

Cato.org. July 12, 2002.

Cato Studies

The Smog-Reduction Road: Remote Sensing vs. The Clean Air Act

Policy Analysis No. 249. February 7, 1996.

Taking America for a Ride: The Politics of Motorcycle Tariffs

Policy Analysis No. 32. January 12, 1984.