What Caused Airline Deregulation
Economists or Economics?
By Gary McDonnell
Many social scientists share an understanding of the origins of regulation, but the causes of deregulation are more controversial. The airline deregulation of the late 1970s sheds light on the latter, especially on how the interaction of economists ideas and interest-group politics can drive deregulation.
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