RegBlog celebrates the developments in regulatory news, analysis, and opinion of 2014.
With the regulatory stories of 2014 coming to a close, RegBlog would like to reflect on the many important regulatory developments in the United States and around the world during 2014. We also want to recognize some of the excellent work we had the privilege to feature on RegBlog this past year. Today through Wednesday, we will present the top 50 RegBlog posts of the year, based on the number of page views for the work appearing in our opinion, news, and analysis sections.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our readers and all of our contributors for their continued interest in the regulatory debates of our day by engaging with us at RegBlog. Best wishes for the new year.
Monday, December 29, 2014
Featuring Opinion posts by regulatory law experts, including: “The Administrative State and the Optimal Abuse of Power” by Adrian Vermeule; “Why Have No High-level Executives Been Prosecuted?” by the Hon. Jed S. Rakoff; and more.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Featuring Analysis posts by RegBlog staff, including: “A Better Way to Study the Effects of Regulation on Employment” by Jessica Bassett; “Supreme Court Regulatory Cases to Watch” by Brandon Kenney; “The Unemployment Costs of Regulation” by Christian Latham; and more.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Featuring News posts by RegBlog staff, including: “The State of Inequality in America” by Lev Breydo; “Regulators Quietly Prepare to Open Chinese Capital Markets” by Patricia Santiago; “How Well is Obamacare Working?” by Daniel E. Walters; and more.