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The Dangers of Indicators

The Dangers of Indicators

Increased reliance on indicators can mask an institution’s non-quantifiable policies, Galit A. Sarfaty argues.

Rulemakings at the Fed, CFPB Need White House Supervision

Rulemakings at the Fed, CFPB Need White House Supervision

After Dodd-Frank, financial regulations of independent agencies should be subject to OIRA review.

Agencies Should Provide Enhanced Procedural Protections in Aggregate Settlements

Agencies Should Provide Enhanced Procedural Protections in Aggregate Settlements

Agencies fail to provide necessary fairness when they compensate large groups of people.

Obama Directs Independent Regulatory Agencies

Obama Directs Independent Regulatory Agencies

Executive order contains strongly worded regulatory reform guidelines.

Prospects for Regulatory Reform

Prospects for Regulatory Reform

Congress should use a rare political moment to improve the U.S. regulatory process.

Senate Committee Hears Regulatory Reform Testimony

Senate Committee Hears Regulatory Reform Testimony

Senators challenge Cass Sunstein on agency reform and legislative oversight.

The Regulatory Review Launches Weekly Newsletter

The Regulatory Review Launches Weekly Newsletter

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House Committee Debates Effects of Regulation on Small Business

House Committee Debates Effects of Regulation on Small Business

PPR’s Adam Finkel faces tough questioning in hearing.

Tracking Down Killer Regulations

Tracking Down Killer Regulations

The federal government lacks an independent office to provide retrospective analysis of regulations’ costs and benefits.

Republican Candidates Emphasize Regulation in Presidential Debate

Republican Candidates Emphasize Regulation in Presidential Debate

Candidates advocate deregulation for economic growth.

Federal Regulation Does Not Pre-empt Tort Claim

Federal Regulation Does Not Pre-empt Tort Claim

Supreme Court allows state law claim to proceed.

Why Congress Should Not Codify Cost-Benefit Analysis Requirements

Why Congress Should Not Codify Cost-Benefit Analysis Requirements

Codifying cost-benefit analysis requirements of Executive Order would preempt valuable nuances of current review system.