Governments can best determine the efficacy of regulations through randomized trials.
Statutory change will ease medical training and health care delivery by the Department of Defense.
A recent paper argues that regulation of social networking sites could help protect privacy and reduce litigation.
Legal scholar argues for combating obesity by regulating advertising and providing economic incentives.
The Communist Party uses e-rulemaking to maintain its popularity.
Economists investigate responses to civil and criminal enforcements of environmental violations.
Cost-benefit analysis, Europe’s E. coli outbreak, health care antitrust, environmental regulation, and more … as discussed in our top analysis posts from 2011.
China uses regulation to protect state-owned companies and increase authoritarian rule.
Financial regulation needs more rigorous analysis and better interagency communication.
Penn Law’s Environmental Law Project submits comment supporting EPA proposed rule.
Whether government should prevent consumers from making mistakes remains an open question.
Europe is increasingly adopting its own form of adversarial legalism.