More committees with less conflicted members may increase regulatory safety.
Scholars laud rulemaking’s efficiency, noting it takes “remarkably little time.”
Most Americans do not understand the economics behind good regulatory policy.
Research highlights correlation between partisan media and a polarized public.
Sunsetting and a dedicated review process would reduce risk of error in crisis-driven financial regulation.
Understanding why housing finance regulation fell short in the past can help in the future.
Economist proposes creating a new regulatory regime for the offshore drilling industry.
Scholars favor employing the market, civil liability, and regulation to tackle catastrophic risk.
New book argues for careful deliberation before making vast changes to regulatory system.
PPR seminar speaker argues that Europe has become a global leader in regulation, US more restrained.
Recent deaths shed light on the possible dangers of uncoordinated regulatory policy.
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