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Study Shows Electricity Markets Are More Cost-Effective Than Cost of Service Regulation

Natural experiment using the U.S. electricity system shows regions using a market approach save about $3 billion a year.
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Black-White Earnings Gap Remains at 1950s Levels for Median Worker

The earnings gap between African-American men and white men is the same now as it was 60 years ago for the median worker, according to a new study from University of Chicago economist Kerwin K. Charles and Duke University economist Patrick Bayer.
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Study Provides Market-Based Approach To Fuel Economy

With unpredictable gasoline prices, a standard indexed to prices offers the greatest benefits.

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