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- Cato Institute 2003; US$ 14.00
This book seeks to penetrate the fog of complexity that shields the antidumping law from the scrutiny it deserves. It offers a detailed, step-by-step guide to how dumping is defined and measured under current rules. It identifies the many methodological quirks and biases that allow normal, healthy competition to be stigmatized as ?unfair? and punished... more...
- Cato Institute 2003; US$ 5.50
Offering policy recommendations supported by brief rationales, this handbook offers the capitalist-libertarian perspective on issues currently facing Congress. Highlights include advice on campaign finance reform, the USA PATRIOT Act, the war on drugs, monetary policy, deregulation, taxes, education more...
- Cato Institute 2002; US$ 8.00
The modern information revolution has created a whole new set of policy issues concerning intellectual property rights that must be addressed, including what kind of copyright protections are appropriate for books and musical works, an issue popularised by the controversy over Napster. more...
- Cato Institute 2003; US$ 9.95
It's one thing to be passionate about protecting the environment. Its another to be successful at it. Many laws have been enacted to clean up pollution or preserve natural beauty, but many of them don't work and others have unintended consequences. In this book, Stroup explains why many of our environmental laws have failed us and how we might go about... more...
- Cato Institute 2002; US$ 4.50
This volume provides an introduction for students and the general public to the theory of public choice and its applications in America and Britain. Tullock (George Mason U.) outlines the principles; Gordon Brady (George Mason U.) analyzes American public policy, with a focus on trade, technology, a more...
- Cato Institute 2000; US$ 6.99
We often hear about trials, tribulations, and fears of modern life -- environmental degradation, a decline of living standards, overpopulation, airline disasters. At the dawn of the new century, the question needs to be asked: Are we really better off than we were in the past? Stephen Moore and Julian Simon say yes. more...
- Cato Institute 2004; US$ 12.00
Why is news about global warming always bad? Why do scientists so often offer dire predictions about the future of the environment? In Meltdown, climatologist Patrick J. Michaels says it?s only natural. He argues that the way we do science today--when issues compete with each other for monopoly funding by the federal government--creates a culture... more...
- Cato Institute 2002; US$ 9.00
This collection of essays constitutes a representative sample of Carpenter's writings on U.S. foreign policy during his 17 years at the Cato Institute. Naturally beginning with discussions of the ramifications of September 11, the essays are organized into sections on the Balkans, NATO, relations with East Asia allies, relations with China, relations... more...
- Cato Institute 2003; US$ 11.00
Citing the failure of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act, Tanner, director of health and welfare studies at the Cato Institute, a pubic policy research foundation dedicated to traditional American principles of limited government and individual liberty, argues that the American welfare system should be dis more...