In annual address at Penn Law, ACUS Chairman Paul Verkuil calls for strengthening bureaucrats’ capacities.
Despite regulatory controversy, two legal scholars argue that state and local governments should actively subsidize the sharing economy.
New report proposes ways that the federal government can help encourage anchor institutions to revitalize communities.
Rather than making us safer, so-called security back doors will increase the vulnerability of digital systems.
Private certification may better achieve regulatory goals than governments and regulatory agencies.
A cautious approach to policy failure may impede the ultimate success of development programs.
How the resurgence of progressivism will produce improved regulatory outcomes.