Harmonizing two approaches to antitrust law reform may protect consumer and market welfare most effectively.
When state and local voters prohibit clean energy transmission lines, they halt progress on climate change mitigation.
Cold weather spikes in Texas electricity prices reveal the risks of uninformed consumer choice in complex markets.
Government antitrust actions do not work in a high-technology market in which big businesses prove more efficient.
Requiring government institutions to engage in reasoned decision-making mitigates actions made in bad faith.
A recent Supreme Court case suggests Congress needs new processes to legislate effectively and overcome partisanship.
The history of the intelligible principle test warrants caution in reviving the nondelegation doctrine.
Natural gas continues to play a vital role in reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
Courts should continue to apply canons of construction narrowly to limit the broad congressional delegation of power.
Setting a regulatory budget at a cost of zero ignores evidence of regulation’s high return on investment.
Congress and the White House should bring scholars together to craft a bipartisan solution to civil service challenges.
A recent Supreme Court decision could allow courts to rely on dubious science.