I gave a lecture with this title earlier today; audio and source sheets, in various file formats, are available at the Internet Archive.
Many of the sources that I discuss have been previously discussed on the blog (here, here, here and here) but there is also novel material. Of particular interest are a couple of responsa on rent control that approach the question from very different perspectives: Rav Dovid Menahem Manis of Tarnipol’s skepticism is a model of economic conservatism / libertarianism, and he refers scathingly to the law in question as being the product of
איזו נבחרים חפשיים שיש בהם דיעות ושיטות הקאמוניסטען וסאציאליסטען. ללחוץ את העשירים ולקחת ממונם שכל אלו השיטות הם נגד דעת תורה.
while Rav Yosef Eliyahu Henkin, on the other hand, is quite favorably disposed toward such legislation. His remarkable analysis of the specific question, as well as the broader issue of דינא דמלכותא דינא, has not received the attention that it deserves.