Raising MPG standards, part 2: Morris well explains the relative advantages of raising the gasoline tax

Michael Giberson At the Freakonomics blog, transportation scholar Eric Morris favors President Obama’s recent deal to dramatically raise CAFE standards (Corporate Automobile Fuel Economy standards) by 2025. A gasoline tax would be far superior public policy, he said, but it won’t work politically. Because he thinks CAFE standards do work, technically and politically, he said we should go with … More Raising MPG standards, part 2: Morris well explains the relative advantages of raising the gasoline tax

Raising MPG standards, part 1: Morris is not persuasive in his claim that CAFE works

Michael Giberson At the Freakonomics blog, transportation scholar Eric Morris favors President Obama’s recent deal to dramatically raise CAFE standards (Corporate Automobile Fuel Economy standards) by 2025. A gasoline tax would be far superior public policy, he said, but it won’t work politically. Because he thinks CAFE standards do work, technically and politically, he said … More Raising MPG standards, part 1: Morris is not persuasive in his claim that CAFE works