Penn Law students met with experts in Washington to discuss proposals for reforming the regulatory process.
Now is a good time to focus on the opportunities for the centralized control of the administrative state that the RMOs provide.
Earlier and less burdensome regulatory impact analyses would lead to more transparent, better regulatory decisions.
These two forms of regulatory capture require different solutions.
It is time for government to stop private interests from gaining improper inﬂuence over regulators.
The right regulatory reforms can level the playing field between the public and powerful corporate players.
Regulatory priorities and strategies are likely to hold constant in the near future.
Scholar responds to University of Pennsylvania’s executive discretion series by highlighting transparency concerns.
The U.S. does not regulate more than its international peers, but could still learn much from them about regulatory management.
Two researchers propose a simpler way to perform cost-benefit analysis.
New model aims to predict how long it takes rules to be published after they clear OIRA review.
Scholars present a defense of and propose a framework for financial cost-benefit analysis.