Opinion

Putting the U.S. Administrative Procedure Act in Perspective

Putting the U.S. Administrative Procedure Act in Perspective

Efforts to modernize the APA should be approached with caution.

Perils of Comparative Administrative Law

Perils of Comparative Administrative Law

Textualism represents a dangerous temptation for comparative analysis of administrative procedure.

Administrative Procedure Acts in Latin America

Administrative Procedure Acts in Latin America

Administrative law faces unique challenges in Latin American “paper leviathans.”

Policymaking Accountability and the Emerging Authoritarian State

Policymaking Accountability and the Emerging Authoritarian State

Changing norms about administrative appointments raise concerns about procedural fairness and accountability.

Policymaking Accountability in Nation States and International Bodies

Policymaking Accountability in Nation States and International Bodies

Robust efforts to include the public in rulemaking are key to increasing democratic accountability.

Administrative Procedure in Europe

Administrative Procedure in Europe

Comparative law scholars uncover similarities and differences in administrative procedure across Europe.

Broadening Access to COVID-19 Drugs

Broadening Access to COVID-19 Drugs

Regulators should expand the types of medical professionals who can prescribe COVID-19 drugs.

New York Clean Energy Goals Finally Show Promise

New York Clean Energy Goals Finally Show Promise

Modifications to New York State’s clean energy laws cleaned up the New York City grid.

Reflections of an Unapologetic Safety Regulator

Reflections of an Unapologetic Safety Regulator

Leading U.S. consumer safety regulator reflects on his career and offers lessons for all regulatory professionals.

How Factory Farming Could Cause the Next COVID-19

How Factory Farming Could Cause the Next COVID-19

The CDC should recommend agricultural reforms to reduce pandemic risks caused by factory farms.

Supreme Illegitimacy

Supreme Illegitimacy

A terrible trio of Supreme Court cases from last term illustrates the need for judicial reform, which can occur through several options.

Boosting Rail Competition

Boosting Rail Competition

To ease inflation and supply chain issues, regulators should allow reciprocal switching among railroad networks.