Research comparing risk regulation in the United States and China reveals selective variations, not sharp contrasts.
Economists show that the Chinese household registration system restricts economic mobility for rural migrants.
China’s State Council imposes new requirements to curb the abusive aspects of regulatory guidance documents.
Despite state and local action, more effective reduction of single-use plastics must come from Congress.
Recent revisions to China’s administrative regulations will not guarantee effective public participation.
When considering future inspection practices, regulators should heed lessons from history.
New requirements such as notice-and-comment periods and public hearings should improve transparency.
Scholar argues that China should model U.S. and U.K. regulation of online investing.
Scholar argues U.S.-China trade agreements fill regulatory gaps left by both countries.
Influenced by American and Western practices, China continues to produce governmental innovations.
In the 13th Five-Year Plan, China aims to fulfill its commitment in the Paris Agreement.
International accounting firms remain stuck between Chinese and U.S. law.