Robert L. Bradley Jr.


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Fifteen Things to Despise about Government Regulation

Bureaucrats are always behind the curve.

MAY 11, 2010 by RICHARD W. FULMER, ROBERT L. BRADLEY JR.

Between the current financial mess and the debate over carbon-dioxide emissions controls, there is a lot of talk about regulation these days. Any time government regulators try to do much more than lay out the basic rules of the game, unintended consequences and moral hazards rear their ugly heads.

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The Sustainable--and Young--Hydrocarbon Energy Age

Government Is the Real Threat to Energy Sustainability

NOVEMBER 01, 2001 by ROBERT L. BRADLEY JR.

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The Growing Abundance of Fossil Fuels

Today's Reserve and Resource Estimates Should Be Considered a Minimum

NOVEMBER 01, 1999 by ROBERT L. BRADLEY JR.

Book Review

Everybody Wins! A Life in Free Enterprise by Gordon Cain

Useful Insight and Experience about Business Restructuring, Management Philosophy, and Public Policy

NOVEMBER 01, 1997 by ROBERT L. BRADLEY JR.

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