Adam M. Finkel

Adam M. Finkel is the Executive Director of the Penn Program on Regulation.

It Takes “Alternative Math” to Claim That Redistribution Is Futile

A regulation that provides a benefit in excess of a cost while helping the disadvantaged subsets of society should be seen as doubly wise.

How OSHA Can Succeed with the Cards It Is Dealt

Despite its wide-ranging capabilities, OSHA has often let its detractors have their way. To combat this, it should enlist partners in all directions.

Regulatory Transparency Should be a Two-Way Street

OSHA deserves praise for asking commenters submitting scientific information to disclose their funding sources.

Updating OSHA Inspection Policies

Using predictive targeting could better identify firms with the biggest risks to workers.

A Missed Opportunity: The Ostrich Approach to Indoor Radon Exposure

Small, proactive steps could prevent thousands of radon-related deaths.

The Proper Limits of the Congressional Regulatory Veto

The CRA’s ban on issuing “substantially similar” rules has been misunderstood