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Federal Regulation Is Not the Cause of Declining Dynamism

My paper with the excellent Nathan Goldschlag, Is regulation to blame for the decline in American entrepreneurship? has finally been published. Our paper tests the plausible theory that regulation reduces dynamism as it builds up over time. Michael Mandel explains: …it’s possible for every individual regulation to pass a cost-benefit test, while the total accumulation […] The post Federal Regulation Is Not the Cause of Declining Dynamism appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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