Using Algorithms in Governance
Cass R. Sunstein discusses how algorithmic governance can reduce noise in decision-making.
Week in Review
The Supreme Court upholds a California pork ban, EPA proposes new carbon pollution standards for power plants, and more…
The Cost of Data Protection Compliance
Scholar recommends making improvements to GDPR fines and corrective measures.
Cracking Down on Overdose Deaths
FDA approves first over-the-counter treatment to combat the opioid overdose epidemic.
Electrifying Environmental Justice
Scholar urges federal land regulators to protect Native American communities from mining harms expected from the transition to electric vehicles.
“Making a Fuss” About Disability Rights
Judy Heumann’s fight for disability rights in the 1970s spawned an enduring, cross-disability movement.
Week in Review
The Supreme Court agrees to rule on a challenge to the Chevron doctrine, the Biden Administration ends the federal vaccine mandate, and more…
ERISA’s Power to Protect Abortion
Scholar argues that ERISA limits states’ ability to restrict abortion access.
Solving the Pedestrian Safety Crisis
Scholar explains how NHTSA can regulate to ensure pedestrian safety.
Analyzing Regulatory Diffusion
Scholars find that reuse of regulatory language has increased over the past 20 years.
Agile Regulation and the Future of Governance
Penn Program on Regulation hosts panel discussion on governing a fast-changing world.
Coining a Regulatory Framework for Digital Assets
Scholars evaluate efforts to regulate cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other digital assets.