Analysis

Are High Rents Inevitable?

Experts tackle the problem of preserving affordable housing in booming real estate markets.

Regulating the Final Frontier

Expert examines the challenges that regulation of outer space poses to the international community.

Regulating the “Kidney Club”

Scholar finds that many citizens are comfortable with providing financial incentives to living organ donors.

Removing the Tax Consequences of Student Loan Discharge

Treasury Department could take action to eliminate taxation of student loan forgiveness.

Capitalizing on Billion-Dollar Deals for the Public Interest

Former government officials discuss how agencies achieve compliance goals by using leverage against companies.

A Look at States’ Roles in Administrative Constitutionalism

Law professor argues that states play a critical, but often neglected, role in constitutional decision-making.

The Ongoing Rise of Good Governance in China

Influenced by American and Western practices, China continues to produce governmental innovations.

Regulating Automated Financial Advice

Scholars present framework for the regulation of automated advisors in the financial services industry.

Repairing the Leaks in Drinking Water Regulations

Scholars recommend incorporating health-based standards into federal drinking water regulations.

Regulating Short-term Rentals

New York begins crackdown on the short-term home-sharing market.

Promoting Health Goals in a Self-Regulating Industry

Scholar suggests ways to make self-regulation of the Australian food industry more effective.

Making It Easier to Practice Law

Licensing changes such as the Uniform Bar Examination may quietly tilt the status quo in the legal field.