Moving Markets into the Light
The proposed BOSS Act threatens the consumer-friendly evolution of secondary ticket markets.
Despite their claims, credit unions seem unable to offer competitive payday loans.
A two-tier market system would go a long way toward promoting capital formation and curtailing speculation.
Early returns suggest liberalization benefits consumers just as long distance deregulation did.
The Appalachian Mountain Club shows that government is not the only means to address market failure.
When should policymakers promote competition, and when should they accept and regulate monopoly?