EPA’s advance notice raises fundamental questions about how the agency should weigh costs and benefits.
Experts debate EPA’s recent move to consider regulating its own cost-benefit analyses.
Regulatory action should be based on accurate estimates of regulatory benefits and costs.
Improving regulatory performance is vital for making Americans better off.
Interested stakeholders may have a role in quantifying deregulatory impacts for agencies.
Retrospective regulatory review should concentrate not only on reducing costs but also on creating benefits, like improving societal well-being.
Regulators need a new system for responding to evolving market forces.
Deregulatory executive orders require a new approach to analyzing regulatory impact.
Recent executive orders undermine the longstanding belief in benefit-cost analysis.
The Trump Administration’s regulatory budget constraint may help improve agency benefit-cost analyses.
Scholars and industry representatives highlight takeaways from conference on new regulatory developments.
President Trump’s first year in office prompts four steps for reform.