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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1970s = 3 Years, 10 Issues, 89 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1977 = 2 Issues, 14 Articles
      1. [+]
        July 1977 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. About This Journal, p. 2
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 3-11
        3. Opinion by Irving Kristol, pp. 12-13
        4. Lessons of the Economic Impact Statement Program by James C. Miller III, pp. 14-21
        5. The Politics of Policy analysis by David Seidman, pp. 22-37
        6. Two Wrongs Make a Right by Antonin Scalia, pp. 38-41
        7. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 42-50
      2. [+]
        September 1977 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 2-9
        2. Opinion by Charles L. Schultze, pp. 10-14
        3. Products Liability by Richard A. Epstein, pp. 15-20
        4. Will Carter Put Out the Fire? by David Gergen, pp. 21-26
        5. A Paradox of Regulated Trucking by Milton Kafoglis, pp. 27-32
        6. In Search of Osha by Philip J. Barter, pp. 33-39
        7. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 40-50
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1978 = 2 Issues, 17 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1978 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-10
        3. Viewpoint by Ralph K. Winter, Jr., pp. 11-14
        4. Will Lawyering Strangle Democratic Capitalism? by Laurence H. Silberman, pp. 15-22
        5. Guadalajara! A Case Study in Regulation By Munificence by Antonin Scalia, pp. 23-29
        6. Deregulating Telecommunications-- Sorting Out Mixed Signals by Stanley M. Besen, pp. 30-36
        7. Deregulating Transportation-- Tracking the Progress by Thomas Gale Moore, pp. 37-44
        8. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 45-58
      2. [+]
        July 1978 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. From the Publisher, p. 2
        2. Letters, pp. 3-5
        3. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 6-16
        4. Viewpoint by Edward J. Mitchell, pp. 17-20
        5. The Emerging Market in Air Pollution Rights by Bruce Yandle, pp. 21-29
        6. Midwest Railroads and Northeast Lessons by John W. Barnum, pp. 30-35
        7. Hobbling Coal-- or How to Serve Two Masters Poorly by Richard L. Gordon, pp. 36-45
        8. Government Astride the Political Process--The Federal Election Commission by John R. Bolton, pp. 46-55
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 56-66
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1979 = 6 Issues, 58 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-12
        3. Viewpoint by John T. Dunlop, pp. 13-16
        4. On Carter's anti-Inflation Policy by Alan Greenspan, Alfred E. Kahn, and Marvin H. Kosters, ..., pp. 17-30
        5. Wage Controls in Canada--Squeaky Wheels Get Greased by Allan M. Maslove and Gene Swimmer, pp. 31-36
        6. Warring Critiques of Regulation by Robert B. Reich, pp. 37-42
        7. Rulemaking, Bias, and the Dues of Due Process at the FTC by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 43-47
        8. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 48-53
        9. Index to Volumes I and II, pp. 54-62
      2. [+]
        March 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-13
        3. Viewpoint by Michael Pertschuk, pp. 14-16
        4. Ruminations on a Rat--Saccharin and Human Risk by William R. Havender, pp. 17-24
        5. Report of the President's Commission on Antitrust by Joe Sims, pp. 25-32
        6. Reflections on the Election Commission --An interview with Neil O. Staebler, pp. 33-38
        7. Racial Reasoning in Unfree Markets-- Preference, Prejudice, and Difference by Walter E. Williams, pp. 39-48
        8. How Smoking increased When TV Advertising of Cigarettes Was Banned by Gideon Doron, pp. 49-52
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 53-62
      3. [+]
        May 1979 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-12
        3. Viewpoint by Charles Fried, pp. 13-16
        4. For Effectiveness and Efficiency by Abe Ribicoff, pp. 17-19
        5. A More Demanding Standard by Clarence J. Brown, pp. 20-22
        6. Reform as totem--A Skeptical View by Ernest Gellhorn, pp. 23-26
        7. Regulators and Religion by Allan C. Carlson, pp. 27-34
        8. An Irony of Electoral Reform by Edwin M. Epstein, pp. 35-40
        9. Neither a Mountain nor a Molehill by Michael J. Malbin, pp. 41-45
        10. Premerger Notification by Hugh Latimer, pp. 46-52
        11. Antidumping Duties for Japanese TVs by Warren F. Schwartz, pp. 53-56
        12. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 57-66
      4. [+]
        July 1979 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, p. 2
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 3-13
        3. Viewpoint by Suzanne Weaver, pp. 14-16
        4. Counting the Costs by Marvin H. Kosters, pp. 17-19
        5. What We Did by Michael E. Simon, pp. 20-25
        6. Litigation, Bargaining, and Regulation by Peter H. Schuck, pp. 26-34
        7. Antitrust Comes to City Hall by Joe Sims, pp. 35-43
        8. Presidential Power and the Politics of Rarg by Susan J. Tolchin, pp. 44-49
        9. Vouchers and Family Choice by Peter Skerry, pp. 50-51
        10. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 52-62
      5. [+]
        September 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-12
        3. Viewpoint by Kenneth J. Arrow and Joseph P. Kalt, pp. 13-17
        4. Synthetic Fuels--Should the Government Subsidize Nonconventional Energy Supplies? by Paul L. Joskow and Robert S. Pindyck, pp. 18-24
        5. Rx: More Regulation or Better Therapies? by William Wardell, pp. 25-33
        6. The Weber Case by Bernard D. Meltzer, pp. 34-43
        7. Regulating Chrysler Out of Business? by Kenneth W. Clarkson, Charles W. Kadlec, and Arthur B. Laffer, ..., pp. 44-51
        8. Putting the Skids to Meals on Wheels by Michael Bolzano, pp. 52-54
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 55-62
      6. [+]
        November 1979 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-15
        3. Viewpoint by John H. Shenefield, pp. 16-18
        4. The Legislative Veto by Antonin Scalia, pp. 19-26
        5. Who Will Adopt the orphan Drugs? by Louis Lasagna, pp. 27-32
        6. Politics and Polarity--The Limits of Osha Reform by Michael Levin, pp. 33-39
        7. Synthetic Progress by Gregg Easterbrook, pp. 40-43
        8. Regulation, Logic, and Ideology by Jerry L. Mashaw, pp. 44-51
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 52-62
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 7 Years, 20 Issues, 176 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1980 = 2 Issues, 19 Articles
      1. [+]
        May 1980 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-14
        3. Viewpoint by Paul Johnson, pp. 15-19
        4. The Case for Corporate Democracy by Mark Green, pp. 20-25
        5. What's Not in a Name by Ralph K. Winter, pp. 26-29
        6. What is True Corporate Responsibility? by Murray L. Weidenbaum, pp. 30-31
        7. Frustrating Business Mobility by Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 32-38
        8. Competition and Health Care--Planning for Deregulation by Clark C. Havighurst and Glenn M. Hackbarth, pp. 39-48
        9. Bubbles and Efficiency by M.T. Maloney and Bruce Yandle, pp. 49-52
        10. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 53-62
      2. [+]
        September 1980 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-13
        3. A Democrat Looks at the Republican Platform by Stuart Eizenstat, p. 14
        4. A Republican Looks at the Democratic Platform by Calvin J. Collier, pp. 15-21
        5. Compensating Victims of Policy Change by Robert S. Goldfarb, pp. 22-31
        6.  ---, pp. 32-37
        7. The "State" of Regulatory Reform by Bruce E. Babbitt, pp. 38-42
        8. Inflation and the NLRB by Bernard D. Meltzer and Robert J. LaLonde, pp. 43-47
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 48-58
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1981 = 4 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1981 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-12
        3. Viewpoint by Antonin Scalia, pp. 13-15
        4. Price Competition on the NYSE by Jeffrey A. Eisenach and James C. Miller III, pp. 16-19
        5. Electric Utility Regulation and National Energy Policy by Peter Navarro, pp. 20-27
        6. Taming the Paperwork Tiger by Richard M. Neustadt, pp. 28-32
        7. Cost-Benefit analysis--An Ethical Critique by Steven Kelman, pp. 33-40
        8. The High Cost of Regulating U.S. Railroads by Douglas W. Caves, Laurits R. Christensen, and Joseph A. Swanson, ..., pp. 41-46
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 47-54
        10. Index, pp. 55-62
      2. [+]
        May 1981 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-14
        3. Viewpoint by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 15-18
        4. Harnessing Regulation by George Eads, pp. 19-26
        5. Regulating Network Television by Stanley M. Besen and Thomas G. Krattenmaker, pp. 27-34
        6. Making Cable TV Pay ? The Copyright Controversy by Henry Geller, pp. 35-39
        7. The Uncertain Course of Bank Deregulation by Kenneth E. Scott, pp. 40-46
        8. Health Manpower and Government Planning by William S. Comanor, pp. 47-49
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 50-62
      3. [+]
        July 1981 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-12
        3. Viewpoint by Tom Bethell, pp. 13-16
        4. Regulatory Oversight Wins in Court by Michael Sohn and Robert Litan, pp. 17-24
        5. Back to Basics by Antonin Scalia, pp. 25-28
        6. Wasting Our National forests by Thomas M. Lenard, pp. 29-36
        7. Protection for Petroleum Refiners ? by Edward J. Mitchell, pp. 37-42
        8. The Cost of Getting Nowhere at the FTC by Bruce Yandle, pp. 43-49
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 50-62
      4. [+]
        September 1981 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-14
        3. Viewpoint by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 15-18
        4. A Global Straitjacket by Richard Berryman and Richard Schifter, pp. 19-28
        5. Nursing the Railroads Back to Health by Mark M. Levin and Bruce N. Stram, pp. 29-36
        6. Unsnarling the Federal Grant System by Claude E. Barfield, Jr., pp. 37-46
        7. Does Overregulation Cause Underregulation ? by John Mendeloff, pp. 47-52
        8. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 53-62
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1982 = 2 Issues, 18 Articles
      1. [+]
        March 1982 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-13
        3. The Freedom of Information Act Has No Clothes by Antonin Scalia, pp. 14-19
        4. Is Regulatory Relief Enough? by Marvin H. Kosters and Jeffrey A. Eisenach, pp. 20-27
        5. Canada's Chicken-And-Egg Problem by Paul K. Gorecki, pp. 28-36
        6. Auto Insurance-- The Irrelevance of Regulation by Mark Nadel, pp. 37-42
        7. Does Father Know Best? by William Papier, pp. 43-46
        8. About Knowledge and Decisions by William Havender, pp. 47-50
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 51-62
      2. [+]
        July 1982 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-15
        3. Viewpoint by Kenneth L. Adelman, pp. 16-18
        4. The Un System's War on the Drug industry by Harry Schwartz, pp. 19-24
        5. The New Era in Antitrust by Joe Sims and William Blumenthal, pp. 25-28
        6. Electric Utilities--Next Stop for Deregulators? by Irwin M. Stelzer, pp. 29-35
        7. Deregulation--A Green Light for Trucking Efficiency by Robert E. Mabley and Walter D. Strack, pp. 36-42
        8. Sea of Troubles by Christopher H. Foreman, pp. 43-48
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 49-58
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1983 = 2 Issues, 18 Articles
      1. [+]
        May 1983 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-11
        3. Viewpoint by Bruce Yandle, pp. 12-16
        4. Some Thoughts on Broadcasting Reform by Kenneth Robinson, pp. 17-20
        5. Spectrum Fees Vs. Spectrum Liberation by Milton Mueller, pp. 21-25
        6. Repealing Rules by James V. DeLong, pp. 26-30
        7. The Fall of the House of Usery by Grover Rees III, pp. 31-37
        8. On the Neoliberal Frontier by William Kristol, pp. 38-40
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 41-54
      2. [+]
        July 1983 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-13
        3. Viewpoint by Murray L. Weidenbaum and Michael C. Munger, pp. 14-18
        4. Restoring the Separation of Powers by Theodore B. Olson, pp. 19-22
        5. Reflections from the Losing Side by Michael Davidson, pp. 23-30
        6. Why Local Rates Are Rising by Leland L. Johnson, pp. 31-36
        7. A Legacy of Regulatory Failure by Nina W. Cornell, Michael D. Pelcovits, and Steven R. Brenner, ..., pp. 37-42
        8. The Case for Freeing AT&T by Michael L. Katz and Robert D. Willig, pp. 43-52
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 53-62
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1984 = 4 Issues, 35 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1984 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-12
        3. Viewpoint: EDB and the Marigold Option by William R. Havender, pp. 13-18
        4. Introduction by Marvin Rasters, p. 19
        5. The State of the Law by Phillip Areeda, pp. 19-22
        6. Restricted Dealing is a Way to Compete by Frank Easterbrook, pp. 23-26
        7. Why Dr. Miles Was Right by Robert Pitofsky, pp. 27-30
        8. An Analytical Framework by James C. Miller III, pp. 31-32
        9. The Elusive Carrot by Kenneth M. Brown, pp. 33-38
        10. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 39-46
        11. Index to Volume VII, pp. 47-54
      2. [+]
        May 1984 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-12
        3. Viewpoint by Edmund W. Kitch, pp. 13-15
        4. Captive of the Court by Jeremy Rabkin, pp. 16-26
        5. Why the Sagebrush Revolt Burned Out by Robert H. Nelson, pp. 27-35
        6. Revitalizing Urban Transit--More Money or Less Regulation? by Robert Cervero, pp. 36-42
        7. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 43-54
      3. [+]
        July 1984 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-13
        3. Property Rights in Orbit--Slicing the Geostationary Pie by Molly K. Macauley and Paul R. Portney, pp. 14-19
        4. The Subsidized Sagebrush by Robert H. Nelson, pp. 20-26
        5. Back-Door Rulemaking by Terrence M. Scanlon and Robert A. Rogowsky, pp. 27-30
        6. From Bad to Comparable Worth by Charles Krauthammer, pp. 31-43
        7. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 44-54
      4. [+]
        September 1984 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-14
        3. The I Ching of Acid Rain by Peter Huber, pp. 15-20
        4. An Acid Test for Congress by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 21-28
        5. Regulating Rackets by Peter Reuter, pp. 29-36
        6. Exploitation in the Jim Crow South by Jennifer Roback, pp. 37-42
        7.  ---, pp. 43-44
        8. The Rise and Fall of Bus Regulation by Elizabeth A. Pinkston, pp. 45-65
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 66-74
        10. Index to Volume VIII, pp. 75-82
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1985 = 4 Issues, 32 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1985 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-9
        3. On the Merits of the Frying Pan by Antonin Scalia, pp. 10-13
        4. The Active Virtues by Richard A. Epstein, pp. 14-18
        5. Foul Play in "Public Interest" Litigation by Grover Rees III, pp. 19-20
        6. Special Feature, pp. 21-44
        7. The Economics of Fuel Economy Standards by David R. Henderson, pp. 45-56
        8. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 57-66
      2. [+]
        March 1985 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-12
        3. Microseconds and Macropolicy by Walter B. Wriston, pp. 13-16
        4. Helium--How Much is Enough? by Richard L. Stroup and Jane S. Shaw, pp. 17-22
        5. Telephones and Computers by William J. Baumol and Robert D. Willig, pp. 23-32
        6. Statutes and Stopping Points by Michael H. Levin, pp. 33-42
        7. Regulating Demon Rum by David R. Spiegel, pp. 43-48
        8. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 49-58
      3. [+]
        May 1985 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 4-10
        3. Vaccines and Product Liability--A Case of Contagious Litigation by Edmund W. Kitch, pp. 11-18
        4. Harvest of Waste by Thomas M. Lenard and Michael P. Mazur, pp. 19-26
        5. The Great Satellite Shootout by Peter F. Cowhey and Jonathan D. Aronson, pp. 27-36
        6. Redistributing Risk by Chris Whipple, pp. 37-44
        7. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 45-54
      4. [+]
        September 1985 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Perspectives on Current Developments, pp. 5-12
        3. Public Ownership Vs. Energy Conservation by James Q. Wilson and Louise Richardson, pp. 13-17
        4. Courts of Convenience-- or Have Lawsuit, Will Travel by Peter Huber, pp. 18-23
        5. Taking Californians to the Cleaners by David L. Kirp and Eileen M. Softer, pp. 24-26
        6. System Error by David Levy and Steve Welzer, pp. 27-30
        7. Thou Shalt Not Cut Prices! Sales-Below-Cost Laws for Gas Stations by Robert N. Fenili and William C. Lane, pp. 31-43
        8. A Note on Bureaucracy by Ludwig von Mises, pp. 44-45
        9. Readings of Particular Interest, pp. 46-54
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 2 Issues, 18 Articles
      1. [+]
        January 1988 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-3
        2. Currents, pp. 4-10
        3. The Japanese Automobile Cartel by Arthur T. Denzau, pp. 11-16
        4. Legal Aliens by Barry R. Chiswick, pp. 17-22
        5. Corporate Takeovers by John C. Coffee,Jr., Joseph A. Grundfest, and Roberta Romano, ..., pp. 23-29
        6. Wiring the Constitution for Cable by Thomas W. Hazlett, pp. 30-34
        7. Risky Products, Risky Stocks by Paul H. Rubin, R. Dennis Murphy, and Gregg Jarrell, ..., pp. 35-39
        8. Readings, pp. 40-54
      2. [+]
        July 1988 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-4
        2. Currents, pp. 5-12
        3. Regulation After Reagan by Roger G. Noll, pp. 13-20
        4. Mandated Benefits--On the Agenda by Marvin H. Kosters, pp. 21-27
        5. Telecommunications Policy in the Reagan Era by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 28-33
        6. U.S. Trade Policy by William A. Niskanen, pp. 34-42
        7. Environmental Policy by Richard L. Stroup, pp. 43-49
        8. Bank and Thrift Regulation by William S. Haraf, pp. 50-56
        9. Transportation Policy by Thomas Gale Moore, pp. 57-62
        10. Readings, pp. 63-70
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 2 Years, 3 Issues, 29 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 2 Issues, 19 Articles
      1. [+]
        April 1990 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-6
        2. Currents, pp. 7-20
        3. Unintended Consequences by Simon Rottenberg, pp. 21-28
        4. The Proliferation of Pension Regulations by Kathleen P. Vigoff, pp. 29-38
        5. Why Warn? by Ronald G. Ehrenberg and George H. Jakubson, pp. 39-46
        6. Morality on the Cheap by Richard V. Burkhauser, pp. 47-56
        7. Lost in Space by Robert W. Hahn and Randall S. Kroszner, pp. 57-66
        8. Automobile Insurance Regulation, Direct Democracy, and the Interests of Consumers by Benjamin Zycher, pp. 67-77
        9. The Government Securities Act of 1986 by James B. Burnham, pp. 78-84
        10. Readings, pp. 85-90
      2. [+]
        July 1990 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-8
        2. Currents, pp. 9-25
        3. The Origins of Antitrust by Thomas J. DiLorenzo, pp. 26-34
        4. Innovation, Dynamic Competition, and Antitrust Policy by Thomas M. Jorde and David J. Teece, pp. 35-44
        5. Turning Back the Antitrust Clock by Donald J. Boudreaux, pp. 45-52
        6. Private Antitrust Enforcement by William F. Shughart II, pp. 53-61
        7. Drilling for Dollars by Abraham E. Haspel, pp. 62-68
        8. Dissipating the Airline Deregulation Dividend by Severin Borenstein, pp. 69-77
        9. Readings, pp. 78-89
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 1 Issue, 10 Articles
      1. [+]
        April 1992 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Letters, pp. 2-6
        2. Currents, pp. 7-26
        3. Policyholder Runs, Life Insurance Company Failures, and Insurance Solvency Regulation by Scott E. Harrington, pp. 27-29
        4.  ---, pp. 30-37
        5. The Mccarran-Ferguson Act by Patricia M. Danzon, pp. 38-47
        6. Regulation and the Automobile Insurance Crisis by J. David Cummins and Mary A. Weiss, pp. 48-68
        7. Insurance Price Controls, "Affordability," and Taxation By Regulation by Benjamin Zycher, pp. 69-74
        8. The Dutch Disease by Leo Arts, Richard V. Burkhauser, and Philip de Long, ..., pp. 75-86
        9. Global Warming by Richard S. Lindzen, pp. 87-98
        10. Readings, pp. 99-106