Rigorous policy pilots have tremendous potential to improve governance.
Clear standards for producing and sharing data can encourage more effective policymaking.
The future for evidence-based regulation has never looked brighter.
An agency’s regulatory experience informs the development of effective future programs.
Trial-and-error decision-making could provide great benefits to regulators.
Regulators should rely on both clinical and actuarial judgment when setting policy.
Random audit programs should prioritize transparency to enhance legitimacy and minimize reputational risks.
A centralized platform for rigorous policy pilots would encourage collaboration between agencies and academia.
Scholars examine the benefits, challenges, and best practices of evidence-based policymaking.
Naming and shaming can serve as a legitimate, efficient, and democratic regulatory approach.
Distinguished lecture at Penn Law offers hope that the long shutdown of the federal government in early 2019 will lead to positive reforms.
Scholar argues that shaming is an effective tool against violators of regulations.