Monday, April 05, 2010

Self-Promotion: Me in Cato Unbound

I wrote the lead essay in this month's Cato Unbound. The subject is "Slippery Slopes and the New Paternalism." A familiar topic to readers of this blog -- but this time I was forced to stay under a word limit, so maybe it will be more accessible. Response essays from Richard Thaler, Jonathan Klick, and Shane Frederick will arrive later this week, so stay tuned.

4 comments:

Gil said...

Good job!

David Kane said...

It sure would be handy if there was an easy way to print out (via one-click) or download as a pdf) the *entire* discussion at Cato (once the responses and your replies have been made).

Gil said...

David,

Well, they do make it pretty easy to subscribe to the RSS feed. It's not the same as a complete doc, but it's a way to see the responses as they come, without having to remember to keep going back.

David Kane said...

True. But my preferred way of reading this sort of material is to wait for the entire event to finish and then read it all at once (ideally by printing it out). That way, whatever you say is fresh in my mind when I read the responses.