Congress should resist the popular misconceptions of the critics of benefit-cost analysis.
Regulatory agencies change monetary values used when analyzing life-saving regulations.
The White House has just released the first plans for retrospective reviews of existing regulations from thirty agencies, making a notable step toward evidence-based governance.
Report uncovers potential waste in agency programs.
Dynamic speakers highlight PPR’s spring series.
PPR workshop discusses how to study government transparency programs.
Website makes FACA data more accessible.
Witnesses agree about the importance of thorough cost-benefit analysis.
Defining open government and conceptualizing its success are key first steps in developing a transparency research agenda.
A proposed act would hinder needed regulations, thereby interfering with the executive branch’s constitutional authority to execute the law.
Agencies can narrow the political gap over regulation by retrospectively measuring the actual impact of their regulations.
The Obama Administration’s Open Government Initiative takes a budget hit.