Hoover Institution

The New Sagebrush Rebels

James Huffman
January 21, 2016

Explains that the conflict between public ownership of vast expanses of the American west and the aspirations of the relatively few people who call the rural west home has deep roots.

Chipotle: The Long Defeat Of Doing Nothing Well

December 14, 2015

Argues Chipotle is experiencing a well-deserved downward spiral.

Licensing Small Modular Reactors: An Overview of Regulatory and Policy Issues

William C. Ostendorff, Amy E. Cubbage
July 1, 2015

Small modular reactors (SMRs) have recently garnered significant interest in the United States and abroad.

Bureaucrats Battle Science

May 21, 2015

Genetic engineering of plants, animals, and microorganisms using molecular techniques began during the 1970s and has been demotrated to be safe.

If Hayek and Coase Were Environmentalists: Linking Economics and Ecology

Terry L. Anderson
February 11, 2015

A sound economic understanding of environmental issues would build on the teachings of Friedrich Hayek and Ronald Coase.

The Misguided Rush to Climate Change Action

Gary Libecap
January 21, 2015

The President and leaders internationally are rushing to impose both domestic and international climate regulations without considering their high costs and limited or non-existent rewards.

When Activism Kills

Bruce Thornton
September 12, 2014

There has yet to be a single documented case of illness from GM foods, while approximately 3,000 people a year in the U.S.

Property Rights Save the Environment

Terry Anderson and Carson Bruno
May 20, 2014

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a two-part series on the risks associated with hydraulic fracturing and how policy-makers can respond to them.

Golden State Poll

Hoover Institution at Stanford University
January 22, 2014

[First published at Hoover.org]

Liberal Denial on Climate Change and Energy

Jeremy Carl
October 23, 2013

[First published in National Review Online.]

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