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Case Western Reserve Law Review Fall 2004 Vol. 55:1By Terry L. Anderson
Rocky Mountain NewsJuly 3, 2004 By Terry L. Anderson
RS-02-1a Update: 2004Bruce Yandle, Madhusudan Bhattarai, and Maya Vijayaraghavan
Fedeal Reserve Bank of Dallas October 23, 2003 "You can't have a free society without private property." - Milton Friedman By Terry L. Anderson and Laura E. Huggins
vThe OregonianJune 25, 2002 Individual Fishing Quotas:Long Overdue By Donald R. Leal
Violation of Property Rights at Root Of DDT Disaster, Say PERC Scholars Full Text PDF By Roger E. Meiners and Andrew Morriss
Executive Summary Podcast WAV 548 KBPodcast DVF 34 KB By Richard L. Stroup and Matthew Brown
Tacoma News TribuneAugust 13, 1998 By Matthew Brown and Jane S. Shaw
Superfund:The Shortcut That Failed A Summary By Richard L. Stroup Full Text HTML
Christian Science MonitorMarch 20, 1996 By Urs P. Kreuter and Linda E. Platts
The Privatization Process:A Worldwide PerspectiveTerry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, Editors
Sovereign Nations or Reservations?An Economic History of American IndiansBy Terry L. Anderson
Property Rights Legislation in the States:A Review A Summary By Hertha L. Lund Full Text HTML
The Political Economy of Customs and Culture:Informal Solutions to the Commons ProblemsTerry L. Anderson and Randy T. Simmons, Editors
By Terry L. Anderson and Laura E. Huggins
By Randy L. Simmons
Property rights and the public trust doctrine in environmental protection and natural resource conservation
By Jedidiah Brewer and Gary D. Libecap
Randal O'Toole Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute
Private landowners with river and streams running through their property claim that stretch of water as their own, but rafters who float by claim the water belongs to the public.
The evolution of property law in early America
By Fred Pearce
Supreme Court gives private property owners the right to challenge EPA rulings that affect the use of their property.
PERC Senior Fellow Jonathan Adler writes a series of short blogs on The Atlantic website describing how property rights cant help protect the environment.
John Batchelor interviewed PERC president, Terry Anderson, on the upcoming stream access case in Montana.
The "Skywalk" project could help lift 2,100 tribal members out of poverty, but a legal dispute may have killed the goose that could lay golden eggs. Worse yet, this could stifle investment across Indian Country.
Private ownership is the key to good resource stewardship. As Terry Anderson explains, stream access laws undermine property rights and reduce landowners' incentives to provide habitat for fish and wildlife.
A reflection on the life of "one of the most important economists of the 20th century."
Today the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a potentially important takings case, Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District.
Despite their ecological and economic importance, Florida’s coral reefs are teetering on the verge of collapse. Scientific studies point to the impact of effluent discharges from municipal storm and wastewater treatment facilities along the coast.
Terry Anderson discusses how private property rights could improve reservation economies on "Voices of Montana" with Aaron Flint.
Since 2005, 42 states have adjusted their eminent domain laws to better protect private property rights. How does your state's eminent domain law stack up?
In the Supreme Court of the State of MontanaSupreme Court Case No. 12-0312PUBLIC LANDS ACCESS ASSOCIATION, INC., Petitioner/Appellant,v.
PJ Hill talks about his book, “ The Not So Wild, Wild West,” with John Batchelor. He describes how the West was developed and how property rights emerged before governments.
There has been plenty of confusion surrounding
Regenerating coastal mangrove forests depends on recognizing the property rights of local people.
Rachel Carson didn't start it; the U.S. government did.
The backlash from the Supreme Court's Kelo decision could relax land-use regulation around the country. And well it should.
Economic evidence reveals that property rights are more critical for prosperity than an efficient method of settling contractual disputes.
By Daniel K. Benjamin
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.
By Daniel K. Benjamin Insecure property rights induce trespassers and forest owners to cut tress on short rotations and not to replant.
Property rights are essential for market exchange. The definition of those rights, their enforcement, and their transferability all help determine the extent of trade and the rate of economic development and wealth creation.
Economist, n. a scoundrel whose faulty vision sees things as they really are, not as they ought to be. —after Ambrose BierceBy Daniel K. Benjamin
ON THE LOOKOUT By Reed Watson