Synopsis

Colleges Confronting COVID-19

Colleges Confronting COVID-19

Higher education faces unique challenges in preventing and responding to the pandemic.

A Vision for a Federal Election Agency

A Vision for a Federal Election Agency

Scholars advocate the creation of a new independent agency to oversee all federal election administration.

Life in Plastic Is Not Fantastic

Life in Plastic Is Not Fantastic

To save the seas from tiny plastics, a business leader proposes that plastics producers self-regulate.

The Administrative Shallow State

The Administrative Shallow State

Scholars argue that federal advisory committees help align agency decision-making with electoral politics.

The Fair Price of Fossil Fuel

The Fair Price of Fossil Fuel

Scholar argues that fossil fuel leases on public lands should reflect the external costs of production.

Stopping Predatory Fintech Lending

Stopping Predatory Fintech Lending

Scholar argues that fintech firms engage in predatory lending.

The Lawlessness of Presidential Transitions

The Lawlessness of Presidential Transitions

Scholar argues for more stringent guidelines to govern the transfer of presidential power.

Reimagining the Public Option

Reimagining the Public Option

Expert argues that social benefit, not market-competitiveness, should drive health care reform.

EPA, Explain Yourself

EPA, Explain Yourself

Scholar advocates using the Administrative Procedure Act to address EPA’s inter-regulatory contradictions.

Improving Consumer Finance by Regulation

Improving Consumer Finance by Regulation

In a pioneer study, scholar offers advice on how to regulate consumer finance.

How Federalism Has Harmed Public Health

How Federalism Has Harmed Public Health

Scholars argue that federalism has hindered the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Can the California Consumer Privacy Act Curb Big Tech?

Can the California Consumer Privacy Act Curb Big Tech?

Scholar argues that a landmark data privacy law obscures the problem it seeks to solve.