Regulatory Policy

Contractors in Rulemaking

Contractors in Rulemaking

Guidance from ACUS seeks to help agencies craft policies guiding their use of contractors in the rulemaking process.

The False Promise of “Third-Category” Worker Laws

The False Promise of “Third-Category” Worker Laws

Proposition 22 and similar laws exacerbate workforce inequalities.

Priorities and the State of Implicit Bias in Crimmigration

Priorities and the State of Implicit Bias in Crimmigration

Written immigration enforcement priorities might promote transparency but still might not address inequities.

Race and Regulation

Race and Regulation

Experts examine how regulatory policies disproportionately affect communities of color.

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

Improving the Process of Rulemaking

The OECD analyzes the progress of regulatory frameworks in member countries.

Democracy, Rulemaking, and Outpourings of Comments

Democracy, Rulemaking, and Outpourings of Comments

Scholars and policymakers should recognize the democratic benefits of public comments.

Would You Remember Your Court Date?

Would You Remember Your Court Date?

Researchers implement program to improve court appearance rates for summons in New York City.

A Long-Awaited Participatory Revolution in Energy Regulation

A Long-Awaited Participatory Revolution in Energy Regulation

The time is ripe for an Office of Public Participation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Ten Years of Regulatory Guidance

Ten Years of Regulatory Guidance

The students who have built The Regulatory Review inspire hope and offer reason to celebrate even amid challenging times.

Moving Toward Comprehensibility in the Legal System

Moving Toward Comprehensibility in the Legal System

We need to extend and expand an overdue conversation about clarity in the U.S. legal system.

The Elusive Pursuit of Comprehensibility

The Elusive Pursuit of Comprehensibility

Simplified communication may not fix incomprehensible disclosures.

Machine Learning Could Make Government More Incomprehensible

Machine Learning Could Make Government More Incomprehensible

Misaligned incentives can encourage incomprehensibility.