RegBlog celebrates two years of regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.
Today, RegBlog celebrates its second anniversary!
We’ve also produced several important symposia over the last two years, including ones focused on regulatory reform in Congress, presidential politics and regulation, and a retrospective on the regulatory work of political scientist James Q. Wilson.
Henry R. Silverman Professor, University of Pennsylvania, on defending unpopular privacy.
The William K. Townsend Professor, Yale Law School, on randomizing regulation.
The William Maul Measey Professor Law and Health Sciences, University of Pennsylvania Law School, on add-on insurance products.
Edward B. Shils Professor and Director of the
Penn Program on Regulation, University of
Pennsylvania, on taking regulation seriously.
Professor, Syracuse University College of Law, on exempting White House review of climate change rules.
Director, Regulatory Studies Center, George Washington University and former OIRA Administrator, on Congress’ need for regulatory review.
Vice President, The Aspen Institute and former
Member of Congress, on what’s wrong with
Dean, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and former OIRA Administrator, on the myths of cost-benefit analysis.
Senior Advisor, Podesta Group and former OIRA Administrator, on what’s wrong with the REINS Act.
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, on remembering regulatory scholar James Q. Wilson.
Dean, University of Maryland School of Public Policy, on applying James Q. Wilson’s understanding of bureaucratic breakdown.
Commissioner, United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, on discarding the precautionary principle for consumer safety regulation.
Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School, on improving drug safety.
Betts Professor, Columbia Law School, on the increasing burdens of impact analyses.
Solomon P. Lee Professor, The Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, on shifting US and EU regulatory precautions.
Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission, on the