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Authors

Peter Asch

Abstract

In their recent encomium to auto safety regulation, Joan Claybrook and David Bollier contend generally that:

1. Major lifesaving and injury-prevention gains have been achieved at a cost so modest that it hardly bears discussion; but

2. Regulation does not enjoy the popularity it deserves because of a "perceptual bias" under which its costs are clearly recognized while its gains are largely "hidden."

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