Professor Larry White's thoughts on a Federal Land Use Commission (FLUC) are mentioned
— July 4, 2017
Excerpt from American Interest -- "The 'however' crisply defines regulatory confusion. Public parks sit on land allocated through a system of private property rights. A market where basic resource rights are preempted in favor of “public interest” determinations is something quite distinct. That is what led Ronald Coase to characterize the spectrum allocation system as equivalent to a Federal Land Commission (FLC). The analogy was extended by New York University economist Lawrence J. White, in a thought experiment about how a Federal Land Use Commission (FLUC) might hinder the productive use of real estate. (Acronyms are also a leading output of the spectrum allocation system.)"