The Bruton Center for Development Studies is a part of the School of Social Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas, and brings an interdisciplinary focus to the study of development. Located in a dynamic metropolitan area that is playing an increasing role in the emerging global economy, the Center recognizes the growing significance of information and technology in local, national and global development. Research conducted within the Center includes both theoretical and empirical investigations of regional housing markets; mobility and location choices of households and business; interaction of land use and transportation; relationships between spatial patterns of development and the dynamics of regional economies, and on the interaction of market forces and public policies in shaping development.
By Mark W. Frank
April 30, 2017
This book contends that various forms of regulation have costs as well as benefits and it examines the impact of government regulation on the innovativeness of ’monopolies’ - in this book meaning firms with the power to affect market price. The government regulation analyzed in this case is ...