Robert A. Kagan’s comparative perspective on American law and politics has set the stage for a productive debate over regulation.
Kagan’s insight on legal “styles” paves the way for future regulatory studies and policymaking efforts.
Court asks government to protect vulnerable people from poorly-run trials.
Officials increasingly consult with an engaged public when setting policy.
Despite challenges, cost-benefit analysis can serve as an effective tool worldwide.
Reform of U.K.’s financial regulatory system divides responsibilities among new agencies.
The Smart Regulation agenda of the EU is vital but must be upgraded to manage risks.
How should the EU encourage next-generation networks?.
Leading Chinese and American scholars discuss possibilities for legal development.
PPR seminar speaker argues that Europe has become a global leader in regulation, US more restrained.
Penn Law Professor Michael S. Knoll explains how to develop better measures.
UK judge’s proposal faces opposition from free press supporters.