Taking Trust in Government Seriously
Regulators should adopt trust-enhancing methods to implement regulations and secure compliance—especially during a pandemic.
Increasing the Legitimacy of the World Health Organization
International organizations need clear principles to guide their response to public health emergencies.
The Regulatory Race Against a Public Health Crisis
The federal government responds to the coronavirus pandemic by amending its foreign quarantine rules.
Drug Approval During a Public Health Crisis
FDA’s approval of an Ebola vaccine can serve as a framework for drug development during other epidemics.
Repairing the Leaks in Drinking Water Regulations
Scholars recommend incorporating health-based standards into federal drinking water regulations.
Promoting Health Goals in a Self-Regulating Industry
Scholar suggests ways to make self-regulation of the Australian food industry more effective.
Cancer Study’s Claims About “Bad Luck” May Undermine Preventive Regulation
Journal article blaming “bad luck” for cancer is misleading, say other scientists.
Member of Congress Highlights Lack of Regulation of Potentially Dangerous Flu Research
Rep. Sensenbrenner spotlights controversial avian flu studies.