The latest issue of Business History Review (93:4) is a special issue, New Perspectives in Regulatory History.
Introduction: New Perspectives in Regulatory History, by Laura Phillips Sawyer and Herbert Hovenkamp
Institutional Economics and the Progressive Movement for the Social Control of American Business, by William J. Novak, with a comment by Susie J. Pak
Anti-Competition Regulation, by Anne Fleming, with a comment by Rebecca Haw Allensworth
The Curious Origins of Airline Deregulation: Economic Deregulation and the American Left, by Reuel Schiller, with a comment by Lily Geismer
A Premature Postmortem on the Chicago School of Antitrust, by Daniel A. Crane, with a comment by Lina M. Khan
Prisms of Distance and Power: Viewing the U.S. Regulatory Tradition, by David J. Gerber.
The issue also includes the review essay, Corporations, Democracy, and the Historian, by Richard R. John.