Lyric/Glyndebourne Production of Handel’s Julius Caesar: Best.Opera.Ever

Lynne Kiesling Today my head is full of music, not economics (OK, most days my head is full of music …). Last night we saw Handel’s Julius Caesar in Egypt (Giulio Cesare in Egitto) at the Lyric. It’s the Lyric premiere of the David McVicar production from Glyndebourne in England. Wow. I was transfixed for … More Lyric/Glyndebourne Production of Handel’s Julius Caesar: Best.Opera.EverMore Lyric/Glyndebourne Production of Handel’s Julius Caesar: Best.Opera.Ever

More on Airport Congestion

Michael Giberson Francisco Torralba, on his EconWeekly blog, writes on Hubs, spokes and flight delays and How to eliminate flight delays, now. Torralba: The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is bent on fixing flight delays. To that end, the agency proposes to cap traffic at JFK…. Mandatory caps can get the job done, but we … More More on Airport CongestionMore More on Airport Congestion

FCC Auction Design: An Assessment of 12 Years of Fcc Experimentation

Michael Giberson David Porter and Vernon Smith have put together an assessment of the FCC’s 12 years of experience with spectrum auction design, forthcoming in the Journal of Law Economics and Policy. From the introduction: Recent policy discussions regarding broadband Internet access have revived debates about various methods for allocating electromagnetic spectrum rights and the … More FCC Auction Design: An Assessment of 12 Years of Fcc ExperimentationMore FCC Auction Design: An Assessment of 12 Years of Fcc Experimentation