Major rules, especially EPA’s, potentially create enormous net benefits.
Cass Sunstein explains why – and when – policymakers should use default rules.
In debate, Obama and Romney disagree on how much regulation is needed.
IMF report contends that more stringent bank regulations will not harm the economy.
2012 platform argues that the administration made regulations simpler, more open, and more flexible.
EPA and NHTSA require an average of 54.5 mpg for vehicles by 2025.
Penn Law professor concludes Regulation FD has reduced selective disclosure.
Law professor argues that cost-benefit analysis could make securities regulation more effective.
Presumptive Republican veep nominee has proposed cutting agency funding and deregulating industries.
Nobel Laureate suggests alternative ways to control adverse selection in health insurance markets.
Judge Rakoff rejects Citigroup deal and questions SEC’s settlement practices.
The SEC uses its new authority to take administrative action.