Saturday Seminar

Is the United States Over Overdraft Fees?

Is the United States Over Overdraft Fees?

Experts discuss the regulation of bank overdraft fees.

Regulating to Achieve Environmental Justice

Regulating to Achieve Environmental Justice

Scholars propose novel measures to achieve environmental justice for all.

Taming Giants in the Health Care Industry

Taming Giants in the Health Care Industry

Scholars explore potential antitrust responses to growing consolidation among health care providers.

Regulating Plastic Bags

Regulating Plastic Bags

Scholars discuss policy options for regulating single-use plastic bags.

Regulating Charter School Quality

Regulating Charter School Quality

Scholars analyze variations in the regulation of charter school quality across states.

Confronting the Climate Crisis with Meat Alternatives

Confronting the Climate Crisis with Meat Alternatives

Should policymakers invest in plant-based meat and cell-based meat to reduce the climate impact of meat consumption?

Understanding the Business of Corporate Board Diversity

Understanding the Business of Corporate Board Diversity

Experts discuss the benefits of diversifying corporate boards of directors.

Addressing the Dangers of Forever Chemicals

Addressing the Dangers of Forever Chemicals

Experts discuss regulatory options for PFAS chemical contamination control.

Paid Family Leave Is No Child’s Play

Paid Family Leave Is No Child’s Play

Experts examine the benefits and complexities of a paid family leave mandate in the United States.

Fixing Fraud at For-Profit Colleges

Fixing Fraud at For-Profit Colleges

Scholars advocate enhancing regulations to decrease fraudulent practices used by for-profit schools.

Regulating Domestic Drone Use

Regulating Domestic Drone Use

Regulators struggle to balance privacy, security, safety, and innovation in drone regulations.

The Culture of Antibiotics Regulation

The Culture of Antibiotics Regulation

Scholars discuss the challenges of promoting antibiotic development and preserving existing drugs.