Opinion

Supreme Court

A Distinction in Agency Design Without a Difference

The Solicitor General says it is constitutionally relevant that one person heads the CFPB, but it is not.

Calculator Money

Rethinking the Value of a Statistical Life

It is time to reconsider the value of the VSL in policy analysis.

Facial Recognition

Will the White House’s AI Policies Lead to Permissionless Innovation?

New artificial intelligence guidelines aim to improve oversight of growing automation in the United States.

EU Flags

The Jury is Still Out on One-In-One-Out

The European Commission’s commitment to a new regulatory scheme risks misallocating resources and ossifying policy making.

Global Warming Earth

Climate Change Necessitates Normative Change

Global warming poses unique threats that require paradigmatic shifts to solve.

Making Sense of the Trump Administration’s Regulatory Numbers

The Administration quietly released data showing its deregulatory success has been limited.

Beyond Fighting Wildfires

Government leaders must take swift action to mitigate the risks of wildfire disasters.

Processor

Justice Department’s New Position on Patents, Standard Setting, and Injunctions

A new policy statement from the federal government contradicts established law on whether patent holders can seek injunctions.

Quantum Supremacy and the Regulation of Quantum Technologies

Advancing technology requires regulators to act quickly to develop standards and defenses against cyberattacks.

Agriculture irrigation

Breaking Up Big Ag Requires Reasonable Antitrust Enforcement

The FTC and Justice Department must change their interpretation of antitrust laws to protect fair competition in agriculture.

Street-Level Administrative Constitutionalism

Front-line workers in federal agencies play a key role in applying the Constitution to administrative cases.