May 2011: Preventing Capture Volume Authors Meet to Develop Chapters

In May, the authors of the Tobin Project’s Preventing Capture volume met to review, critique, and discuss their chapters prior to submitting full drafts this summer. The meeting built on the energy and ideas developed at the November 2010 author meeting, which included early-stage policymaker input, and a process of revision and consultation with the volume’s co-editors and Tobin Project staff over the winter. The volume, edited by Daniel Carpenter (Harvard University, Government) and David Moss (Harvard Business School), aims to produce a new understanding of when and how capture occurs, to what extent captured regulation is being steered away from the common good, and how capture can be prevented.

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