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The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

…study, Jillian Grennan, a finance professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, surveys the U.S. regulatory landscape surrounding so-called fintech, such as digital payments, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and financial applications…

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

The Regulatory Review would like to thank the members of the 2021-2022 editorial board for their passion and hard work in producing this publication. With joy, we also offer our…

Race and Regulation

Race and Regulation

…within the U.S. regulatory system. We hope this series provides a forum in which scholars can call attention to the racism that remains embedded within regulatory practice, generating far-ranging implications…

Safeguarding the Right to Vote Through a Strong Regulatory System

Safeguarding the Right to Vote Through a Strong Regulatory System

…posture effectively excludes many of those affected most directly by regulatory actions. In sum, the fights for voting rights and to democratize our regulatory system are intimately connected. Advocates for…

Regulatory Engagement is Due for an Upgrade

Regulatory Engagement is Due for an Upgrade

…also practically valuable. Public engagement is how agencies learn what regulatory changes are needed, identify weaknesses in regulatory proposals, and garner a factual record to support rule changes. Yet public…

Beyond OIRA for Equity in Regulatory Process

Beyond OIRA for Equity in Regulatory Process

…agencies on a more individualized basis to implement mandates that improve regulatory access to and outcomes for underserved communities. Moreover, these offices could persist in their pursuit of regulatory equity,…

Balancing Public Engagement and Agency Action in a Changing World

Balancing Public Engagement and Agency Action in a Changing World

…input to the regulatory rulemaking process for almost as long as there have been regulatory rules because responsiveness in the United States is not presumed to come merely from engagement…

Marginalized Groups and the Multiple Languages of Regulatory Decision-Making

Marginalized Groups and the Multiple Languages of Regulatory Decision-Making

…States responded with a multiday forum on underserved communities and the regulatory process. Addressing the lack of participation by marginalized communities in regulatory decision-making is crucial, but there is another…

Reimagining the Public’s Role in Agency Rulemaking

Reimagining the Public’s Role in Agency Rulemaking

…with certain proposed agency actions. Of course, in the realm of regulatory policymaking, this philosophy of popular will dictating governmental action would seem fundamentally misguided. Congress created regulatory agencies with…

Regulatory Reform, Benefit-Cost Analysis, and the Poor

Regulatory Reform, Benefit-Cost Analysis, and the Poor

regulatory analysts to perform new kinds of regulatory analyses and be more creative about the design of regulatory alternatives. Is equity analysis feasible? Elsewhere, I have looked carefully at that…

Reconsidering Anticorruption from a Regulatory Perspective

Reconsidering Anticorruption from a Regulatory Perspective

…fact, corruption is often carried out because of regulatory controls. Legislators and regulators should consider that laws and regulations wittingly or unwittingly provide opportunities for rent seeking and can be…

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

The COVID-19 pandemic has served as a stress test for the world’s regulatory structures. The scramble to respond to the unprecedented public health crisis has highlighted a variety of regulatory