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Regulatory News: Year in Review

Regulatory News: Year in Review

We feature our top news posts from 2012.

How Do Industry Insiders View Regulations?

How Do Industry Insiders View Regulations?

New study categorizes perceptions of regulators in the workplace.

Using Transnational Commercial Contracts to Regulate Business

Using Transnational Commercial Contracts to Regulate Business

New research examines how such contracts can influence so-called soft-law policies.

Regulating the Cranberry

Regulating the Cranberry

Thanksgiving staple faces a surprisingly complex web of regulations.

Penn Conference Dissects the Impact of Regulation on Jobs

Penn Conference Dissects the Impact of Regulation on Jobs

Conference at Penn Law analyzes effects of regulation on employment and offers guidance for policymakers.

PPR Announces Fall 2012 Risk Regulation Series

PPR Announces Fall 2012 Risk Regulation Series

Three seminars will offer critical insights into regulation’s impact on business and society.

PPR Hosts Washington Workshop on Economic Impacts of Regulation

PPR Hosts Washington Workshop on Economic Impacts of Regulation

Roundtable in Washington D.C. focuses on analyzing regulatory impacts on employment.

The Regulatory Practitioner

The Regulatory Practitioner

The Regulatory Review is proud to feature the remarks of John F. Cooney, keynote speaker at the first annual regulation dinner at Penn Law.

Roundtable Illuminates Challenges of Implementing the Volcker Rule

Roundtable Illuminates Challenges of Implementing the Volcker Rule

Prominent scholars, practitioners, and policy officials gather to discuss challenges presented by new banking rules.

Nuclear Power After Fukushima

Nuclear Power After Fukushima

PPR seminar considers how Japan disaster will affect nuclear power globally.

Adaptive Responses to Climate Change

Adaptive Responses to Climate Change

Adaptation deserves consideration as response to global warming.

Regulating Systemic Risk

Regulating Systemic Risk

PPR seminar speaker argues that financial regulation cannot eliminate systemic risk.