Daniel Benjamin 03/01/2007
March 2007Volume 25 | Number 1 ECONOMIST, n. a scoundrel whose faulty vision sees things as they reall are, not as they ought to be. - after Ambrose Bierce
Daniel Benjamin 03/01/2004
A scholarly article supports Environmental Protection Agency regulation of air pollutants.
Daniel Benjamin 06/01/2003
A study of Wyoming oil drilling reveals that regulatory costs are higher on federal land.
Daniel Benjamin 03/01/2003
A major study of the Clean Air Act confirms that -- as businesses often claim -- the costs are high.
Daniel Benjamin 09/01/2001
By Daniel K. Benjamin
Daniel Benjamin 06/01/2001
By Daniel K. Benjamin Government-sponsored polar expeditions made fewer major discoveries introduced fewer innovations, lost more ships, and had more explorers die.
Daniel Benjamin 09/01/2000
Politics, Costs, And Species
Daniel Benjamin 06/01/2000
By Daniel K. Benjamin Given the racket that people raise over airport noise, one would think that the social benefits of regulating airport noise must be great.