Leading scholars from around the world discuss the administrative law and regulatory dimensions to the global response to COVID-19.
The most surprising regulatory dimension of the coronavirus crisis may center on the lifting of rules.
Stronger regulations are needed to combat antiquities trafficking that finances terrorist activity.
EU quality schemes protect agricultural products tied to certain areas against food fraud.
The European Commission’s commitment to a new regulatory scheme risks misallocating resources and ossifying policy making.
OECD researchers analyze the current state of EU regulation.
International response to Christchurch attack shows the complexity of restricting online extremist content.
European soccer authority’s economic regulations create unintended losses for clubs.
New Zealand grapples with balancing agricultural interests when reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Scholar argues that Trump’s steel tariffs and the responses from other countries endanger the free trade system.
The World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement system is in danger of collapse.
American doctrines of judicial review may provide useful models for Brazilian courts.