Joint Center Update 01-12
December 7, 2001
December 18, 2001--AIRLINES IN THE AFTERMATH. What should the government do now that airlines are facing financial crisis as a result of September 11th? The Joint Center and the Cato Institute will convene a panel of experts to discuss possible solutions.
For information and registration: http://www.aei.brookings.org/events/011218/agenda.asp
NEW FROM THE JOINT CENTER
TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIBERALIZATION ON TWO SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC. November 2001. A new book edited by Martin Cave and Robert Crandall chronicles the major revolution in telecommunications policy in North America and Europe.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/abstract.asp?pID=184
PRODUCT LIABILITY ENTERING THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: THE U.S. PERSPECTIVE. November 2001. In their new book, Michael Moore and Kip Viscusi examine key issues concerning the law and economics of product liability.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/abstract.asp?pID=183
TERRORISM AND YOU-THE REAL ODDS. Policy Matters 01-31, November 2001. Michael Rothschild puts the risks of future terrorist attacks in perspective.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/policy/policy_01_31.asp
NEW RULES FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY. Policy Matters 01-30, November 2001. Robert Hahn argues that we need new rules to regulate technology in the New Economy.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/policy/policy_01_30.asp
TOWARDS A BETTER CLIMATE TREATY. Policy Matters 01-29, November 2001. Scott Barrett explains why the Kyoto Protocol is doomed to fail and offers a new alternative.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/policy/policy_01_29.asp
ALSO OF INTEREST
SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF THE EXTENT OF GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS. Giuseppe Nicoletti and Frederic L. Pryor, December 2001.
Available at http://www.aei.brookings.org/publications/abstract.asp?pID=188
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