The longstanding debate about government oversight is giving way to a new understanding of how to craft more effective industry rules.
The movement of people between industry and government is a political talking point, but how big a deal is it? Research is starting to quantify the extent of the problem.
Rising taxes and spending in one state can have substantial negative effects on people in neighboring states.
The Chicago Booth economics professor emeritus explains offsetting responses to regulation.
George Stigler's enormous legacy is essentially embodied in two articles: his 1962 analysis of electricity rates with Claire Friedland and his 1971 theoretical piece.