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Global Warming and Potential Policy SolutionsSeptember 7th, 2006
The first installment of Reason Foundation's Roundtable series features commentaries on the complex and contentious issue of global warming by Reason's Shikha Dalmia, George Mason University Department of Economics Chair Donald J. Boudreaux, and the International Policy Network's Julian Morris, as well as reader responses.
- Property Rights Approaches to Global Warming: Scope and Limits
Private approaches are not a cure-all for global warming, but they are better than authoritarian schemes
- The Role of Market Institutions in Enabling Adaptation to Climate Change
Best solutions enable people to prosper and avail themselves of all the adaptive measures that the wealthy can afford
- The Missing Elements in the "Science" of Global Warming
Ignoring global warming isn't a sign of scientific illiteracy or of ideologically induced stupidity
Donald J. Boudreaux
- Throwing Money at Bridges Will Not Fix the Problem (6/17)
- High-Speed Rail is a Luxury the U.S. Cannot Afford (6/11)
- A Labor Market Mired in Historical Lows is an Unhealthy Labor Market (6/7)
- Sasha Volokh on the Implications of the Louisiana Supreme Court Voucher Ruling (6/5)
- 77 percent of Californians Support Jerry Brown's School Funding Plan: Here Are Three Big Ideas to Make it Better (6/4)
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