Peter Van Doren joins us again to discuss his time on jury duty.
Peter Van Doren
Peter Van Doren is editor of the quarterly journal Regulation and an expert in the regulation of housing, land, energy, the environment, transportation, and labor. He has taught at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (Princeton University), the School of Organization and Management (Yale University), and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From 1987 to 1988 he was the postdoctoral fellow in political economy at Carnegie Mellon University. His writing has been published in theWall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Journal of Commerce, and the New York Post. Van Doren has also appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox News Channel, and Voice of America. He received his bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his master’s degree and doctorate from Yale University.
Peter Van Doren joins us to discuss if Trump has actually kept his campaign promises of deregulation.
Do enough people benefit from public transit considering the amount of money poured into these politically-driven transportation endeavors?
Hold your cows, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s Green New Deal actually wouldn’t make enough of a global impact to matter.
Peter Van Doren joins us for a discussion about why environmental policy questions so often result in dueling scientific studies.
Hal Varian, Chief Economist at Google, joins the show today to talk about Google’s market dominance and the future of work.
Peter Van Doren explains that debates over the use of new technologies typically focus on ethics rather than efficacy.
Instead of choosing the lesser of two evils at the ballot box, you could rank your preferences, like they did in Maine for the midterm election.
Peter Van Doren joins us for a discussion on Richard Thaler’s work in behavioral economics.
Peter Van Doren talks about regulatory failure in markets, specifically phone service, banking, electricity, internet, and health care.
Peter Van Doren joins Aaron and Trevor to answer questions about market failure and the provision of public goods.
Peter Van Doren joins us this week to talk about health care economics. How much should we spend on health care?
Peter Van Doren joins us this week for a discussion on how wages are determined in a market economy.
Peter Van Doren returns to Free Thoughts for a discussion on public choice economics and how it affects political decision making.
Peter Van Doren joins us this week for a discussion on net neutrality. What is net neutrality, and why do people seem to get so upset about it?
Will Duffield joins us again to discuss Cambridge Analytica and the future of social media.
Randal O’Toole explains why the golden age of railroads is well behind us.