A regulation that provides a benefit in excess of a cost while helping the disadvantaged subsets of society should be seen as doubly wise.
Prevention of such catastrophe requires adept networking of regulatory scholarship, like that demonstrated in an important new book.
Under President Trump’s executive order, the benefits of new regulations will play no role in regulatory decision-making.
Yale Law Professor explores the rulemaking power wielded by associations like the National Football League.
The new Administration and Congress can use several procedures to cut down on regulation.
How the incoming President might shape his strategy in the regulatory sphere.
OMB proposal to revise its racial and ethnic categories may better reflect America’s changing demographics.
E-cigarettes are less dangerous than is generally believed, posing a unique information challenge for regulators.
Public Citizen and the Coalition for Sensible Safeguards convened panels of regulatory experts.
Experts argue that the number and cost of regulations sharply rose in 2015—at a rate that has held steady in 2016.
Experts argue that Donald Trump’s focus on jobs and worker impacts instead of the application of the net social benefits test is imprudent.
Cost-benefit analysis has become a routinized part of policymaking. Probing what justifies this methodology helps us to see how it might be improved.