• John Locke Update

    JLF Research Division: COVID-19 review for June

    posted July 8, 2020 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    The John Locke Foundation’s Research Division published COVID-19 reviews in March, April, and May, and below is a list of our work in June.  Riots,…
  • John Locke Update

    JLF Research Division: COVID-19 review for May

    posted June 1, 2020 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    In March and April, we published our first two COVID-19 reviews, a list of articles, blog posts, reports, and media appearances by John Locke Foundation research staff.  Below is a list…
  • John Locke Update

    JLF Research Division: COVID-19 review for April

    posted May 4, 2020 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    In March, we published our first COVID-19 review, a list of articles, blog posts, reports, and media appearances by John Locke Foundation research staff.  Below is a list of…
  • John Locke Update

    JLF Research Division: COVID-19 review for March

    posted March 31, 2020 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    Three weeks ago today, Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency due to the spread of COVID-19.  One day later, John Locke Foundation researchers paused all other projects and got…
  • John Locke Update

    How “price gouging” laws subsidize hoarding

    posted March 24, 2020 by Dr. Roy Cordato
    Public officials at all levels are pleading with consumers not to hoard basic household necessities like toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning, and sanitizing products, or groceries. There are no problems…
  • John Locke Update

    Practical Compassion Lets Prices Rise During a Crisis

    posted September 27, 2018 by Jon Sanders
    Why we oppose the state’s anti-“gouging” law enforcing pre-disaster pricing Laws that forbid price increases during extreme events have bad unintended consequences at the very worst of times. Precisely because…
  • Research Report

    Reforming PURPA Energy Contracts

    posted June 6, 2017 by Jon Sanders
    Despite no obvious geographical distinctions from the other U.S. states that would explain it, North Carolina is awash in solar energy facilities, more so than every other state except California.

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