Are regulatory analyses worse when rules are issued in the closing days of an outgoing administration?
Regulators can do a better job of anticipating reactions when designing regulations.
My recent ACUS report presents three conclusions to frame proposed improvements.
OIRA memo is admirable but bolder action by Congress may be needed.
Differing bureaucratic missions produce different regulatory environments for visitors at two major government libraries.
Regulatory flexibility makes sense only when comparing rules’ stringency, structure, specificity, and scope.
Few have had as much influence on my development as a researcher as Professor Wilson.
Two CPSC Commissioners explain how to improve consumer product safety regulation.
Jim Wilson continues to influence my professional career in unintended but delightful ways.
Evidence-based research was the crux of James Q. Wilson’s approach to government policy.
EPA must articulate and justify how its ozone decisions protect the public health.
James Q. Wilson was, above all else, a diligent and insightful student of organizations.