We celebrate the regulatory news, analysis, and opinion developments of 2012.
Conference at Penn Law analyzes effects of regulation on employment and offers guidance for policymakers.
Regulators can do a better job of anticipating reactions when designing regulations.
Law professor argues that cost-benefit analysis could make securities regulation more effective.
Two CPSC Commissioners explain how to improve consumer product safety regulation.
NHTSA’s analysis cannot support its conclusion that the benefits justify the costs.
Requiring agencies to consider the cumulative costs of their regulation has its own cumulative costs.
Party-line vote moves forward bill that would change FCC processes.
Social welfare function incorporates distributional considerations into policy analysis.
The CRA’s ban on issuing “substantially similar” rules has been misunderstood
CBA methodology can respond to societal risk-aversion.
The REINS Act, the ozone standard, regulatory reform, cost-benefit analysis, the Affordable Care Act, and Dodd-Frank, and more … as discussed in our top opinion posts from 2011.