People make many wrong assumptions about regulation
But our classic article, “How to think about regulation,” can clear up a lot of the confusion. It answers important questions like…
- Is regulation really needed, and if so, why?
- Which institutions need regulation the most, and who should provide that regulation?
- Who regulates the regulators?
- Which social institutions are most free from regulation?
- Are there non-state forms of regulation?
- Are there some institutions that cannot escape regulation even if there were no state regulations?
Perry Willis is the author of this piece, and he makes a startling claim: There is only one institution that is mostly exempt from regulation. Can you name it without looking at this article first?
ZAP The State and have a nice day,
Jim Babka, Co-creator
Zero Aggression Project