PUBLICATIONS

December 2, 2021 • Pelican Institute

The Proper Role for States in Antitrust Lawsuits

States can also provide a useful check on overly aggressive federal enforcement by providing courts with a traditional perspective on antitrust law.



March 20, 2021 • The Independent Review

Infectious Diseases and Government Growth

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world adopted a variety of policies expanding the scope of their power.



February 1, 2021 • Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

The Aspirational Income Hypothesis: Limits of the Relative Income Hypothesis

According to the “relative income hypothesis,” decision makers derive positive utility from identifying with a group that performs more poorly than they do.


January 26, 2021 • Cosmos + Taxis

Expert failure and pandemics: On adapting to life with pandemics

In a pandemic, citizens and policymakers must rely on expert opinion. What are the institutional arrangements that allow for the best advice to come forward?


The Institute for the Study of Economic Growth