The Regulatory Review’s extensive COVID-19 global series exemplifies Penn Law’s international and cross-disciplinary strengths.
Timely and extensive interventions have facilitated Portugal’s success in addressing COVID-19.
In Brazil, a political crisis rages between federal and state governments as coronavirus cases keep rising.
The pandemic appears tailor-made for Singapore’s managerial and interventionist style of governance.
The secret to Taiwan’s successful fight against COVID-19 is its people, not its government.
Colombia lacks procedures for ensuring coordination among different levels of government.
Despite a robust regulatory scheme, Chilean officials struggle to follow experts and respond to COVID-19 effectively.
Amid uncertainty, countries must learn from previous inadequacies in risk-based regulation and compliance measures.
Mexico’s citizens and economy suffer because the President failed to invoke the only constitutional tool to fight COVID-19.
Executive and legislative branches of Spain’s government wield debatable legal authority in times of crisis.
Poor organizational choices have hampered the government’s management of COVID-19.
Transparency, communication, and collaboration are the key weapons in the fight against COVID-19.