meta-creation_date: 3 November, 2003
An “essay(link to Arnold Kling’s site)”:http://arnoldkling.com/~arnoldsk/aimst5/powell.html on regulation, competition and market information by Arnold Kling that is a wonderful example of its kind. It’s brief, current and clarifies something that—although you may have little personal interest in US telecomms regulation—crystalizes notions you’ve sometimes entertained, but hadn’t articulated quite as well. An essay that expands your economic vocabulary. My one quibble: Kling calls Bush ‘mis-underestimated’. Does he mean that Bush should be more accurately underestimated? If so, I’m ready. Let’s hear it. Update: Ok. My American vocabulary is obviously pretty lousy. See AK’s explanation in the comment.
Peter Gallagher is a leading Australian consultant on trade and public policy.[bio].
“I can help you with strategies for, and analysis of, international markets, law and regulations, trade agreements, export policies, import restrictions… I also offer reports, conferences and master-classes for government officials and industry associations on international trade research.”
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