By applying principles from software development, regulators can improve regulatory performance in a fast-changing world.
Penn Program on Regulation hosts panel discussion on governing a fast-changing world.
Scholar argues that shaming is an effective tool against violators of regulations.
An arts-based framework could re-democratize the rulemaking process.
In a new book, Cristie Ford advocates that regulators pay closer attention to private-sector innovation.
Regulation can accommodate innovation while promoting broader social goals.
Prevention of such catastrophe requires adept networking of regulatory scholarship, like that demonstrated in an important new book.
Now is a good time to focus on the opportunities for the centralized control of the administrative state that the RMOs provide.
Compliance classes should differ depending on students’ career paths and types of risks the class addresses.
Addressing how policy and law influence regulation is a critical—and overlooked—part of regulatory curriculum.
Compliance should be incorporated into administrative law as well as offered as a separate upper-class course.
Law schools need to create a comprehensive curricular path for students who are pursuing regulatory careers.