The best chances for the continuation of Jim’s tradition exist among public administration and public policy scholars more than among political scientists.
Roundtable in Washington D.C. focuses on analyzing regulatory impacts on employment.
Conference emphasizes impacts of conservation on urban and rural communities.
Business groups challenge the constitutionality of three recess appointments to the NLRB.
As House members return from vacation, they face a series of regulatory reform bills.
Health care reform, the Dodd-Frank Act, environmental protection, and open government are discussed in our top news posts from 2011.
China uses regulation to protect state-owned companies and increase authoritarian rule.
New source performance standards should include energy efficiency.
The agency details its plans to enhance transparency, public collaboration.
New Department of Education rule places excessive restrictions on federal funding for higher education.
The White House has just released the first plans for retrospective reviews of existing regulations from thirty agencies, making a notable step toward evidence-based governance.
Regulatory news in review