I am off to a conference on "Cost-Benefit Analysis of Regulations: Lessons Learned, Future Challenges," sponsored by the Searle Center at the Northwestern University School of Law. The conference runs today and tomorrow. It features several the presentation of several academic papers and talks by the last four heads of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (Susan Dudley, Wendy Gramm, Sally Katzen, and James Miller). The full agenda is here.
Tomorrow morning I will be commenting on a paper by Cass Sunstein, "The Complex Climate Change Incentives of China and the United States." I hope to post a summary of my remarks later tonight or tomorrow.