The hottest Government intervention Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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BIG by Matt Stoller β€’ 43316 implied HN points β€’ 26 Jan 24
  1. There is growing discontent and criticism towards Boeing's management from various stakeholders like Wall Street, labor unions, customers, and regulators.
  2. Major Boeing customers like Alaska Airlines and United Airlines are publicly holding Boeing accountable for quality issues and demanding reimbursement, indicating a significant shift in the industry's code of silence about problems.
  3. The government, particularly the FAA, has taken actions against Boeing and is showing signs of increasing regulation, potentially leading towards a moment where Boeing's management structure may face significant changes.
Erin In The Morning β€’ 5935 implied HN points β€’ 03 Feb 24
  1. Florida Democrats urge Biden to use Real ID Act to block ban on trans driver's license changes.
  2. Florida implemented measures banning gender marker changes on driver's licenses for transgender individuals.
  3. Biden's administration can use the Real ID Act to protect transgender individuals facing discrimination in various states.
Maximum Progress β€’ 412 implied HN points β€’ 01 Nov 23
  1. Government intervention is effective in correcting externalities because it has a stake in the outcome.
  2. Governments struggle to address long-term externalities because they focus on short-term goals and lack incentives for future outcomes.
  3. Markets can incentivize individuals to consider future consequences, making them potentially more effective than governments in addressing temporal externalities.
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Brad DeLong's Grasping Reality β€’ 445 implied HN points β€’ 26 Aug 23
  1. The text discusses the persistence of neoliberal ideas despite criticism.
  2. It emphasizes the importance of industrial policy in addressing societal challenges.
  3. The comparison between the Western market-focused approach and the developmental states of East Asia is highlighted.
Knowledge Problem β€’ 314 implied HN points β€’ 10 Aug 23
  1. Market failure is often casually used to criticize outcomes not liked, but in economics, it has specific technical meanings like external costs or benefits.
  2. The concept of market failure is misused and misunderstood in policy analysis, leading to inaccurate criticisms of market outcomes.
  3. Critiques of market failure should consider the imperfections of government interventions as well, and focus on reducing transactions costs to enhance resource allocation.
Michelle Rempel Garner β€’ 0 implied HN points β€’ 07 Feb 24
  1. Canada's federal government is struggling to address emerging social questions amidst multiple crises.
  2. Artists like Grimes are exploring the impact of AI on art and urging policy considerations.
  3. Trudeau's post-nationalism stance has influenced Canadian art and challenged the concept of 'Canadian content.'