Does regulation work? Just ask Boeing

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A tale of two airplanes

The world has been shocked with the seemingly related crashes of two 737 Max aircraft. Some of the most widely flown aircraft in the world, the idea that they might not be completely safe is paradigm-shifting for most of us. But there is a story to be told about this airplane in contrast to another that reveals why the recent attacks on regulation might be…

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Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.

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Michael Greiner

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Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.

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