In a recent post on proposals for paternalistic regulation intended to correct consumer cognitive errors, I linked to my colleague Josh Wright and co-blogger Todd Zywicki's critique of the Obama Administration's proposal for a Consumer Financial Protection Agency. Those interested in the issue might want to check out Todd's podcast on the subject for Reason TV. Josh, in turn, has a Truth on the Market post on the CFPA, which criticizes President Obama's rationale for the agency.
Related Posts (on one page):
- More Wright and Zywicki on the Consumer Financial Protection Agency:
- Political Ignorance and the Case Against Paternalistic Regulation: