The Regulatory Review summarizes the work of leading scholars from the newly published book Regulatory Breakdown: The Crisis of Confidence in U.S. Regulation.
New research examines how such contracts can influence so-called soft-law policies.
Regulation remains a divisive–and perhaps a decisive–issue in today’s election.
President’s Bioethics Commission recommends self-regulation and government oversight.
Conference at Penn Law analyzes effects of regulation on employment and offers guidance for policymakers.
The Regulatory Review is proud to feature the remarks of John F. Cooney, keynote speaker at the first annual regulation dinner at Penn Law.
Prominent scholars, practitioners, and policy officials gather to discuss challenges presented by new banking rules.
The CRA’s ban on issuing “substantially similar” rules has been misunderstood
Bipartisan vote moves forward a bill repealing Obamacare’s Medicare cost-cutting body.
Penn Law’s Environmental Law Project submits comment supporting EPA proposed rule.
A former Solicitor General, who will argue for the act’s unconstitutionality, spoke at Penn Law.
Recent book proposes critical framework for analyzing and regulating networks.