by Don Boudreaux on September 28, 2010
in Crime, Economics, FDA, Prices, Reality Is Not Optional, Regulation, Risk and Safety, The Crisis, Trade
Cato’s Dan Griswold and Sallie James cogently explain that the so-called ‘consumer-safety’ bill “could boomerang against manufacturers.”
Truth on the Market’s Larry Ribstein, writing at Forbes.com, discusses the face of the financial crisis.
Susan Dudley (one of my favorite policy analysts) discusses the FDA and Sumo salmon.
In Econ Journal Watch, Jon Diesel explores economists’ attitudes toward liberalized sales of human body organs.
Reason‘s Radley Balko does important work.
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