Seattle Post-IntelligencerJune 19, 2006 By Matthew Daly
Miliken Institute ReviewFebruary 2006
What's New at Hoover Hoover Institution January 2006
Does a firm's pollution harm its reputation? You might think so, but recent research by Jonathan Karpoff, John Lott Jr., and Eric Wehrly argues otherwise.
Economic evidence reveals that property rights are more critical for prosperity than an efficient method of settling contractual disputes.
Editor's note: In the winter of 1988, Peter J. Hill, a PERC senior fellow and a professor of economics at Wheaton College of Wheaton, Illinois, wrote the following article on markets and morality.
By Holly Lippke Fretwell and Kimberly Frost Introduction
Reducing pollution is not the only factor to be considered when it comes to lowering infant mortality rates passion.