ICLE Academic Affiliate Keith Hylton participated in the FTC’s Hearing #2: Monopsony and the State of U.S. Antitrust Law on the panel, The State of . . .
Keith Hylton at FTC Hearing #2: Monopsony and the State of U.S. Antitrust Law
A panelist brought up an interesting tongue-in-cheek observation about the rising populist antitrust movement at a Heritage antitrust event this week. To the extent that . . .
In a recent post at the (appallingly misnamed) ProMarket blog (the blog of the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business . . .
BEWARE THE LURKING variable. Even if you didn't suffer through a semester of college statistics, you're probably familiar with the adage "correlation doesn't imply causation." But if you haven't had the pleasure, it's a fairly easy concept to grasp.
Today, thirty-nine different companies and policy experts from a wide swath of the political spectrum signed a letter urging lawmakers to create a “portable benefits” . . .
A recent article argues “65 percent of today’s elementary aged kids may end up doing work that hasn’t even yet been invented.” This is a thought provoking number . . .
Ezra Klein has an interesting blog post covering Peter Diamond’s nomination to Federal Reserve Board. The standard refrain in this debate has been something like: . . .
The subject of antitrust exemptions has been an oft-discussed topic here at TOTM (see, e.g. here and here). In the latter of those two links . . .
Today’s Wall Street Journal includes a terrific article explaining why insider trading should be deregulated. Following up on last week’s high-profile insider trading charges, George . . .