International

Is There an International Case for Trump’s “One-in-Two-Out” Order?

Comparative study suggests deregulatory policy is stronger as a political symbol than an economic stimulus.

Learning from International Agreements and Domestic Missteps

Scholar argues U.S.-China trade agreements fill regulatory gaps left by both countries.

White House Announces International Development Partnerships

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew leads delegation to U.N. conference on development finance.

Improving Regulatory Processes Around the World

New OECD report encourages governments to learn better ways to make regulations.

Failure Should Spark Creativity, Not Caution, in Economic Development

A cautious approach to policy failure may impede the ultimate success of development programs.

European Court’s Transparency Ruling May Impact Trade Talks With U.S.

Increased public access to EU documents could present challenges for key negotiations with U.S.

Regulatory Science and the TTIP

Trade talks could help improve regulatory policy in both the U.S. and EU.

Behavioral Science in the Regulatory State

New research paper examines the challenges and opportunities of a behavioral approach to regulation.

International Approach to Failing Financial Institutions Sought

U.S. and U.K. regulators stress progress on cross-border agreements.

Judicial Review in American and European Competition Law

Despite differences, antitrust enforcement models in the U.S. and Europe have some features in common.

Penn Convenes Major Dialogue on Chinese Administrative Law

Leading Chinese and American scholars discuss possibilities for legal development.

When It Comes to Regulation, Europe is the New United States

PPR seminar speaker argues that Europe has become a global leader in regulation, US more restrained.