Professor Langlois recently published an op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal about the Big-Tech regulatory commission proposed by Senators Lindsey Graham and Elizabeth Warren, arguing that historical precedents from the Twentieth Century like the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Communications Commission should give us pause about creating a new intendent regulatory commission.
A review of Professor Langlois’s recent book, The Corporation and the Twentieth Century: The History of American Business Enterprise was featured in the July 1st edition of The Wall Street Journal. Reviewer Dan Akst describes Professor Langlois’s book as “…a remarkable achievement, not least for its detailed case studies of firms and whole industries that instantiate the author’s points.”
The full review is available online at The Wall Street Journal
Professor Langlois’s book can be purchased online from Princeton Press: The Corporation and the Twentieth Century: The History of American Business Enterprise
Professors Michele Baggio and David Simon and co-author Alberto Chong have had the research in their work “Sex, Drugs, and Baby Booms: Can Behavior Overcome Biology?” featured in a recent piece in the Wall Street Journal:
Professor Michele Baggio’s research on the relationship between medical marijuana laws and the purchase of alcoholic beverages was discussed in a recent Wall Street Journal article:
Professor Steven Lanza was quoted in an article in the Wall Street Journal this week:
Professor Steven Lanza was quoted in an article in the Wall Street Journal, commenting about the possible effects of the move of General Electric’s headquarters to Boston.
The article is online at: http://www.wsj.com/articles/connecticut-licks-its-wounds-after-losing-ge-to-boston-1452720267