Trial-and-error decision-making could provide great benefits to regulators.
Improving the management of federal information collection requires help from agencies and the White House.
Law enforcements’ expanding use of cameras raises questions over how to design programs governing them.
Regulators should rely on both clinical and actuarial judgment when setting policy.
Random audit programs should prioritize transparency to enhance legitimacy and minimize reputational risks.
Randomized policy research should be pre-registered to reduce the chance of false positive results.
A centralized platform for rigorous policy pilots would encourage collaboration between agencies and academia.
Policymakers should take steps to ensure successful pilots can be scaled up effectively.
Scholars examine the benefits, challenges, and best practices of evidence-based policymaking.
Scholar argues that judges, rather than the legislature, should continue to regulate insider trading.
Scholar discusses how the Copyright Office could exercise broader rulemaking power.
A new ACUS recommendation on interpretive rules largely aligns with a prior one on policy statements.