Cary Coglianese

Cary Coglianese is the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where he currently serves as the director of the Penn Program on Regulation and the faculty advisor to The Regulatory Review (formerly RegBlog). He specializes in the study of regulation and regulatory processes.

Empathy in an Automated State

Empathy in an Automated State

Increased use of artificial intelligence in public administration calls for efforts to give government a human touch.

Climate Progress in Glasgow Depends on Domestic Politics

Climate Progress in Glasgow Depends on Domestic Politics

Despite global summits and accords, the solution to climate change rests with individual countries.

Assessing Stigler’s Economic Theory of Regulation

Assessing Stigler’s Economic Theory of Regulation

Despite its flaws and limitations, Stigler’s seminal article on the theory of economic regulation offers important lessons.

The Supreme Court’s “Exceptional” Term

The Supreme Court’s “Exceptional” Term

Several of the Supreme Court’s recent decisions bolster agency power to alleviate regulatory obligations.

A Trojan Horse from the Court’s Conservatives?

A Trojan Horse from the Court’s Conservatives?

Far from being narrow, the U.S. Supreme Court’s latest LGBTQ+ decision may threaten government’s overall regulatory authority.

Deceptive Deregulation

Deceptive Deregulation

The Trump Administration’s claims about its deregulatory accomplishments do not withstand scrutiny.

Ten Years of Regulatory Guidance

Ten Years of Regulatory Guidance

The students who have built The Regulatory Review inspire hope and offer reason to celebrate even amid challenging times.

Dissing the Supreme Court

Dissing the Supreme Court

President Trump’s reactions to Supreme Court decisions threaten the legitimacy of the nation’s judicial system.

Law, Leadership, and Legitimacy in a Time of Disease

Law, Leadership, and Legitimacy in a Time of Disease

This publication’s COVID-19 series offers vital lessons about law and effective governance in response to public health threats.

Tracking Legal Responses to COVID-19

Tracking Legal Responses to COVID-19

The Regulatory Review’s extensive COVID-19 global series exemplifies Penn Law’s international and cross-disciplinary strengths.

Politics, Prosecutors, and Procedural Fairness

Politics, Prosecutors, and Procedural Fairness

President Trump contravenes fundamental fairness by exerting political pressure over prosecutors.

Legitimacy, Not Force, Is Key to Presidential Power

Legitimacy, Not Force, Is Key to Presidential Power

President Donald J. Trump’s response to police violence and peaceful protests undermines governmental legitimacy.