CO2 Policy in Europe and the US

Lynne Kiesling Jonathan Adler has a nice post about carbon policy in the US and Europe, building on an editorial in today’s WSJ (subscription required). Jonathan notes: While talking tough about the need to reduce emissions, many European nations are moving in the opposite direction. Only two (the United Kingdom and Sweden) look likely to … More CO2 Policy in Europe and the USMore CO2 Policy in Europe and the US

Induction and Flexible Electronics for Wireless Power

Lynne Kiesling Check out this Technology review article about using flexible electronics to enable wireless powering of devices through induction. Nikola Tesla, spin over in your grave and call your office! The power sheet, says Takao Someya, professor of engineering at the University of Tokyo, relies on the well-known physical principle of electromagnetic induction, used … More Induction and Flexible Electronics for Wireless PowerMore Induction and Flexible Electronics for Wireless Power

The Regulation of Prostitution

Lynne Kiesling At Stumbling and Mumbling Chris Dillow has a post on regulating prostitution and why some people have such a visceral negative reaction to prostitution. He offers some (I think) persuasive counters to four common arguments against legal prostitution. Chris effectively makes the point that markets facilitate the mutual exchange of value for value … More The Regulation of ProstitutionMore The Regulation of Prostitution