CEI Weekly: CEI Announces New CEI President

Friday, November 2, 2012



Feature: Lawson Bader will take over as president of CEI in January 2013.

FEATURE: CEI Announces New CEI President


Lawson Bader, a veteran of the free-market movement, has been named president of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Fred Smith, who founded CEI in 1984, will continue to serve CEI as Founder and Chairman and as the head of CEI's Center for Advancing Capitalism. Read more about Lawson Bader and CEI's plans here.




Markets or Government: Whom Do You Trust?

Matt Patterson's op-ed in The Washington Examiner


Hurricane Sandy and the Invisible Hand of Disaster Recovery

Iain Murray' op-ed in Forbes


The Ethanol Election Day

CEI's citation in The Wall Street Journal


Police Union Puts Bargaining Rights Ahead of Public Safety

Trey Kovacs' op-ed in The Washington Times


Dodd-Frank's Mystery SIFI Theater

Iain Murray's op-ed in The American Spectator


President Obama's Hidden Tax

Wayne Crews' column in Forbes


European Politics Increasingly Resember Halloween

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in Real Clear Markets


The Threat Striking Fear Into the Hearts of Weary Airline Travelers Everywhere

Matt Patterson's op-ed in Fox News


The Real Fiat Scandal

John Berlau & Mark Beatty's op-ed in The Daily Caller 


Paul Krugman's Stimulus Batters  the East Coast, Fueling Economic Growth

Bill Frezza's column in Forbes


U.S. Faces Regulatory Cliff: Looming Rules Could Drive Up Costs, Report Says

William Yeatman's citation in The Washington Free Beacon












November 1, 2012: Is Google's Search Dominance Permanent?


Associate Director of Technology Studies Ryan Radia argues that Google’s current dominance as an Internet search engine service is a fragile thing. Creative destruction is everywhere, and its onset cannot be predicted. As soon as something better comes out, consumers will flock to it in droves. Calls for antitrust enforcement should not be answered.