The Right Kind of Regulatory Excellence
To be excellent, a regulator must select the correct virtues.
The Case for Regulating After Harms Occur
Scholar argues that society is best off when regulators punish violations after the fact.
The Case for Regulating Before Harms Occur
Scholar argues that regulators should try to impose penalties before rule violations can hurt society.
The Administrative Hurdles of Traveling to Cuba
The window for travel to Cuba may be narrowing.
Second Presidential Debate Sees Personal Attacks Interrupted by Occasional Policy
Important policy revelations emerged during Sunday night’s heated debate.
In First Presidential Debate, Candidates Spar over Economy, Crime, Trade
Interspersed between jeers and jabs, substance takes center stage during widely anticipated event of the presidential race.
Dispatches from the DNC – Day 4 Recap
Hillary Clinton accepts her party’s nomination with an inclusive appeal