How To Privatize Iraq’s Oil Assets

Well, if I’m going to get beaten to the punch on an essay I’ve been incubating for a couple of weeks, at least it’s by Susan Lee. Her Wall Street Journal editorial from Wednesday (subscription required) does a superb job of addressing the “how and why” of Iraqi oil privatization. She also does a great … More How To Privatize Iraq’s Oil AssetsMore How To Privatize Iraq’s Oil Assets

Sen’s Paretian Liberal Paradox

I was absolutely tickled to find a discussion on Brad DeLong’s site and Robert Waldman’s site about Sen’s seminal article on the impossibility of a Paretian liberal (that’s small-l classical liberal). Takes me back to my undergraduate days, when I had a superb economics honors seminar with the irrepresible and ever-stimulating Dennis Sullivan, one of … More Sen’s Paretian Liberal ParadoxMore Sen’s Paretian Liberal Paradox

The US Department of Energy has released projections of energy use through 2025. Take these projections with a grain of salt, knowing that they do not, and cannot, incorporate the dynamic changes and adaptations that are likely to occur as prices and technologies (for both production and consumption) change over the next 20 years. Still, … More More

The US Department of Energy has released projections of energy use through 2025. Take these projections with a grain of salt, knowing that they do not, and cannot, incorporate the dynamic changes and adaptations that are likely to occur as prices and technologies (for both production and consumption) change over the next 20 years. Still, … More More

The US Department of Energy has released projections of energy use through 2025. Take these projections with a grain of salt, knowing that they do not, and cannot, incorporate the dynamic changes and adaptations that are likely to occur as prices and technologies (for both production and consumption) change over the next 20 years. Still, … More More

The US Department of Energy has released projections of energy use through 2025. Take these projections with a grain of salt, knowing that they do not, and cannot, incorporate the dynamic changes and adaptations that are likely to occur as prices and technologies (for both production and consumption) change over the next 20 years. Still, … More More

The State Of Air Quality

Reason Senior Fellow Joel Schwartz and Stephen Hayward have analyzed the American Lung Association’s annual “State of the Air” report, and have some comments on the science and advocacy therein. Stephen Hayward and Ryan Stowers of the Pacific Research Institute have published their eighth annual Index of Environmental Indicators, and Joel Schwartz has a forthcoming … More The State Of Air QualityMore The State Of Air Quality

Reason Releases A Citizens Budget For California

As the state budget deficit grows daily and lawmakers struggle to find common ground on a solution, a new budget plan demonstrates how California’s $26 billion budget deficit can be turned into a surplus by 2005 without raising taxes or cutting vital services. On Wednesday 30 April, Reason Foundation released “Citizens’ Budget,” a plan that … More Reason Releases A Citizens Budget For CaliforniaMore Reason Releases A Citizens Budget For California