In a new book, Cristie Ford advocates that regulators pay closer attention to private-sector innovation.
Regulatory capture’s antecedents in political thought—which date back to ancient Greece—inform the modern concept.
The authors respond to RegBlog commentators and call for the end of “useless” disclosure requirements.
Disclosure is not a substitute for regulations that protect consumers.
Scholar highlights some of the successes of mandatory disclosure policies.
Scholar challenges the claim that mandatory disclosure is a failure.
Are Mandated Environmental, Health and Safety Risk Disclosures Really as Bad as iTunes License Agreements?
Commentator highlights where mandatory disclosure remains valuable.
Arming the public with the right information is good for securities markets, but information overload is not.
The Regulatory Review features commentators on a recent book that questions whether mandatory disclosure is really working.
The Regulatory Review features commentators on a new book that analyzes the campaign to give constitutional rights to workers.