Process

Working with Regulatory Agencies

Working with Regulatory Agencies

Understanding that policy-making is ultimately idea-driven leads to solutions for regulatory problems.

The Regulatory Practitioner

The Regulatory Practitioner

The Regulatory Review is proud to feature the remarks of John F. Cooney, keynote speaker at the first annual regulation dinner at Penn Law.

Understanding the Regulatory Process

Understanding the Regulatory Process

Regulation is a rewarding, intellectually challenging field of law.

Reconciling Brown v. Gardner and Chevron

Reconciling Brown v. Gardner and Chevron

How to fix a statutory interpretation anomaly arising in veterans’ law cases.

New Tool Promises to Make Federal Regulations Easier to Find

New Tool Promises to Make Federal Regulations Easier to Find

Partnership attempts to simplify searching for regulations.

Resources versus Reputation in “Voluntary Regulation”

Resources versus Reputation in “Voluntary Regulation”

Study finds states more than feds rely on economic incentives to encourage compliance.

A New Measure of the Quality of Regulatory Analysis

A New Measure of the Quality of Regulatory Analysis

Our Report Card project scores the use of regulatory analysis in agency rulemakings.

The Politics of Precaution

The Politics of Precaution

Explaining the shift in US and European approaches to risk regulation.

The Performance of Regulatory Performance Standards

The Performance of Regulatory Performance Standards

Despite their prevalence, regulatory performance standards and their efficacy have been understudied.

In Search of Slowness

In Search of Slowness

Systematic empirical research casts into doubt claims that rulemaking procedures have slowed down the regulatory process.

Do Expert Agencies Outperform Generalist Judges?

Do Expert Agencies Outperform Generalist Judges?

Empirical evidence suggests that expert agencies perform no better than courts.

Will Obama be Damaged by New Administrative Scandals?

Will Obama be Damaged by New Administrative Scandals?

Recent scandals will likely reinforce existing predispositions more than move the political needle.