Scholarship about the incentive effects of rule design fascinates me. Enter Susan Morse’s latest work, “Safe Harbors, Sure Shipwrecks”. Morse boldly claims that she offers a new way of thinking about rules and standards. More specifically, her argument is that safe harbour rules offer different incentives than sure shipwreck rules. You’ve got to read the piece, which will assist you in theorizing about what will happen if you introduce pricing rules for coffee purchased by lobbyists.