Obama’s Reforms Give States a Shot at Coming Out Winners
Health care reform demonstrates President Obama’s evolving understand of federalism.
Rule of Law Prevails in Sackett v. EPA
Don’t believe either the environmentalists or the property rights supporters.
Beyond Cost-Benefit Analysis
Social welfare function incorporates distributional considerations into policy analysis.
Clearer Framing Needed for “Open Government”
Open government debate needs to separate politics from technology.
Public Consultation and Legalized Detention in China
Open comment period helps steer China away from legalizing “residential surveillance.”
The Proper Limits of the Congressional Regulatory Veto
The CRA’s ban on issuing “substantially similar” rules has been misunderstood
Reconciling Cost-Benefit Analysis with the Precautionary Principle
CBA methodology can respond to societal risk-aversion.
SBA Report Claims $11.5 Billion in Regulatory Savings for Businesses
Government advocate for small business releases its annual report.
Santorum’s Views on Regulation
Republican presidential candidate says he would revoke “irrational” regulation.
The Budget Roadmap to the Regulatory State
Obama’s 2013 budget reveals priorities for environment, financial reform, and health care.
Governments can best determine the efficacy of regulations through randomized trials.
Taking Regulation Seriously
President Obama’s joke about spilled milk helps illustrate the need to understand how regulations actually work.