Pumping the Brakes on Fast Fashion
Scholars discuss how to limit the negative social and environmental impacts of fast fashion.
A Belief-Based Approach to Workplace Accommodations
Scholar calls for employers to adopt hands-off policies when accommodating employees with disabilities.
Regulatory Reform, Benefit-Cost Analysis, and the Poor
OIRA should add a benefit-cost analysis focused on protecting the poor when evaluating new agency rules.
Public Input in Rulemaking
Public comments allow agencies to understand the perspectives of those who regulations are intended to benefit.
The Cowboy State Tames Bitcoin’s Regulatory Wild West
Wyoming’s first cryptocurrency bank may herald a new era of U.S. cryptocurrency regulation.
Street-Level Administrative Constitutionalism
Front-line workers in federal agencies play a key role in applying the Constitution to administrative cases.
Ensuring Equal Education for Youth with Disabilities
This Saturday Seminar explores successes and challenges in implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Will Steel Tariffs Mark the Demise of the WTO?
Scholar argues that Trump’s steel tariffs and the responses from other countries endanger the free trade system.
The Trump Administration Takes Aim at Migratory Birds
Attorneys argue that Department of Interior enforcement practices threaten migratory birds.
The Global Trade Order Going Out with a Whimper
The World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement system is in danger of collapse.
Where’s the Plant-Based Beef?
Scholar argues for promotion of environmentally conscious plant-based diets through regulation.
Put the Phone Down
Scholar argues that the government should regulate app developers to prevent technology addiction.