[embedded content]My talk at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro yesterday, on the rise, fall, and perhaps rise again of the regulatory state in the US, and its relation to ideas, particularly institutionalist, and Chicago School views, as expressed by John R. Commons and George Stigler. In Portuguese, of course.
Matias Vernengo considers the following as important: commons, Institutionalism, New Deal, Progressive Era, Regulatory State, Stigler
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