Adler On Morriss On Energy Regulation

Lynne Kiesling Jonathan Adler has a Volokh post on energy regulation linking to Andy Morriss’s article about regulatory sclerosis in energy. America‚Äôs energy markets, including the infrastructure that makes trading in energy possible (made up of pipelines, oil and gas terminals, and refineries), are clogged with the debris of almost a hundred years of state … More Adler On Morriss On Energy RegulationMore Adler On Morriss On Energy Regulation

The New Demand For The Stylish Urban Bike

Lynne Kiesling Here’s a new example of dynamic, creative capitalism: shifts in relative prices of urban transportation (i.e., high gasoline prices) have increased the number of urban residents who use bicycles for transportation instead of/in addition to sport and fitness. This shift in relative prices and previously-untapped demand has led to a new product market: … More The New Demand For The Stylish Urban BikeMore The New Demand For The Stylish Urban Bike

Good Climate Change Article From Ron Bailey

Lynne Kiesling Ron Bailey has a thorough and thoughtful article about climate change at Reason that is well worth a read. Part of the article focuses on the crucial role that technological change plays in affecting future resource use and climate conditions, and points out that such technological change is the main way that progress … More Good Climate Change Article From Ron BaileyMore Good Climate Change Article From Ron Bailey