Scholars examine the framing of fairness in debates over Canadian oils sands regulation.
As researchers develop organisms that fuel your car, scholars warn that current regulations are not adequate.
The authors respond to RegBlog commentators and call for the end of “useless” disclosure requirements.
Disclosure is not a substitute for regulations that protect consumers.
Scholar highlights some of the successes of mandatory disclosure policies.
Scholar challenges the claim that mandatory disclosure is a failure.
Are Mandated Environmental, Health and Safety Risk Disclosures Really as Bad as iTunes License Agreements?
Commentator highlights where mandatory disclosure remains valuable.
Arming the public with the right information is good for securities markets, but information overload is not.
Recent book highlights flaws in mandatory information disclosure as consumer protection policy.
The new year will see renewed and profound controversy between the branches of the federal government.
Making decisions that satisfy those involved in regulatory policy-making does not guarantee successful outcomes.
Penn Program on Regulation workshop focuses on key factors shaping regulatory agendas.