Bruce Judson


This is a very exciting evening for me. It is one thing to participate in starting a new institution, with all of the attendant excitement, inevitable frustrations and, hopefully, ultimate success. It is quite another to see that twenty-five years later, that institution continues to exist, to thrive, and to evolve to meet the challenges of the day. Tonight, I thought that I would very briefly give you a quick look at the largely unknown history of the birth of the Yale Journal on Regulation, and give you a sense of why it took its original form.

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