Spring 2003

Vol. 26 No. 1

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From the Cover

Defense

  • Paying to Keep the Peace

    Is military intervention abroad necessary to protect U.S. economic interests? By Eugene Gholz and Daryl G. Press PDF

Features

Agriculture

  • The Benefits of Biotech

    As the world’s population grows, environmental stewardship will require science to find ways to produce more food on less land. By Gregory Conko PDF

Securities & Exchange

Labor

  • Allowing the States to Innovate

    Does much-maligned, oft-reformed workers’ compensation offer a promising model for unemployment insurance restructuring? By Bill Conerly PDF

Transportation

  • A Road Policy for the Future

    With the Interstate Highway System now almost complete, is it time for the federal government to remove itself from roadway funding? By Gabriel Roth PDF

Energy

  • Mismeasuring Electricity Market Power

    By studying average variable costs, researchers examining the California energy crisis were sure to find examples of “market power” even if that power may not have really existed. By Timothy J. Brennan PDF

Deregulation

Briefly Noted

In Review

Final Word