Lynne Kiesling While we’re linking to PFF posts, I particularly think that more people should consider the ideas that Ray raises in this post on the perils of a naive acceptance of the perfect competition model. The point is the damage done by perfect competition models to the regulatory psyche. There is an unstated supposition … More The Perfect As The Enemy Of The Good … More The Perfect As The Enemy Of The Good
Lynne Kiesling Reader Robert Schwartz sends a link to a Slashdot thread on alternate fuels. Lots of hydrogen, nuclear, solar discussion. Of the posts I read, though, when people compare the costs of each, no one seemed to correct for/account for the subsidies that different technologies get. For example, there’s lots of folks in there … More Slashdot Thread On Alternative Fuels … More Slashdot Thread On Alternative Fuels
Lynne Kiesling I haven’t written much about the house, largely because KP is meant to be primarily a professional outlet, but since it’s been the thing that has consumed most of my emotional energy over the past three months … It’s coming along. This weekend was the first time that I could actually say that … More A House Update, Including Lilacs … More A House Update, Including Lilacs
Over on the PFF Blog, Ray Gifford responds to an economist’s concern over the potential anticompetitive effects of bundling. Read about The Sinister Practice of Bundling. … More Anticompetitive Bundling?