A one-size-fits-all approach to cost-benefit analysis won’t necessarily ensure better policy.
EPA’s advance notice raises fundamental questions about how the agency should weigh costs and benefits.
Regulatory counting paints a distorted picture of the costs and benefits of regulatory action.
Reagan-era regulatory reform will help restrict rule rescissions under Executive Order 13,771.
The Clean Air Act’s success reveals the flaws in the standard critique of the administrative state.
The President’s executive order purportedly ending family separations was merely symbolic.
Scholars contend that the President may revoke monument designations made during previous administrations.
Interested stakeholders may have a role in quantifying deregulatory impacts for agencies.
The Supreme Court should follow the Fourth Circuit in prohibiting impermissible animus while maintaining the President’s discretion.
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.