What good is a blog if you can't be shamelessly self-referential?
Though I am sure your hard copy is coming in the mail, an article I wrote on "Regulatory Impressionism" is up now at the Review of Network Economics website. With its publication, I announce my retirement from academic publishing -- those economists use a completely different citation method than we lawyers.
Other than my trifling contribution, the whole issue looks worth a read with articles from Tom Hazlett and Arthur Havenner, Tim Tardiff and Bill Taylor, David Sappington, and Paul Vasington, among others. Dennis Weisman guest edited this version of the RNE on incentive regulation. He patiently but firmly put up with my inattention to deadlines and citation style.