Author Archives: Joel Darmstadter


This article is in Global Food Fight, Summer 2001

Energy policy John P. Holdren’s “Searching for a National Energy Policy” (Issues, Spring 2001) is the sort of sound assessment of national energy options that should be reviewed and digested by federal officials as they work to resolve the current energy crisis and plan to move us to a more balanced strategy for future energy […]


This article is in Ending the Inertia on Energy Policy, Winter 2008

Post-scientific society In “The Post-Scientific Society” (Issues, Fall 2007), Christopher T. Hill correctly observes that science-based commercial innovations must increasingly satisfy users’ functional needs. This trend has increased with the power of software and services to customize product performance to those needs. Globalization and the Internet make this possible and competitively necessary. This is not […]