An update from others who have been writing about gasoline prices while I have not:
- Jim Hamilton at EconBrowser about political pandering over gasoline taxes (there’s a shocker …).
- Tim Haab and John Whitehead are on a roll about gas prices at Environmental Economist. The link is to their “Energy Resources” category, which contains the several posts they’ve had about various and sundry aspects of gas prices.
- John Whitehead at Environmental Economics about yet another round of gas tax vs. CAFE standards debates.
- Two posts at Asymmetrical Information: one on a reader question about high oil profits and the (putative) lack of price competition, and another on why high gasoline prices have such a high political profile.