New California Ethanol Study

Lynne Kiesling Over at the Commons, Jonathan Adler has a post linking to this California Air Resources Board report, with evidence indicating that the use of ethanol as a motor fuel increases ozone-forming compounds, and is thus not the clean fuel silver bullet that ethanol supporters would like us all to believe. For more KP … More New California Ethanol StudyMore New California Ethanol Study

Competition In Journalism As A Discovery Process

Lynne Kiesling Both Steven Horwitz and Michael Van Winkle have offered up Hayekian analyses of how distributed communication and information networks create a robust discovery process. They do so in the context of analyzing the recent CBS memo forgery controversy. Both are good reads. … More Competition In Journalism As A Discovery Process

Itunes Uk: Pricing That The Market Will Bear

Lynne Kiesling Britain’s Consumers Association has asked the Office of Fair Trading to investigate the reasons why Apple prices iTunes downloads higher in the UK than in either the US or France+Germany. British iTunes customers pay 79 pence ($1.40, or 120 eurocents) per song, while French and German residents pay 67.7 pence ($1.20, or 99 … More Itunes Uk: Pricing That The Market Will BearMore Itunes Uk: Pricing That The Market Will Bear