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Deadlines and Comprehensive Regulations
Collaborative Versus Prescriptive Legislating and Rulemaking: A Case Study of the Driv...
Election Reform: Alternatives to Ensure Integrity and Increase Access
The Deposit Insurance System Under Regulatory Consolidation: Lessons From the Savings ...
The Nature of the Original "Firm": A Coasean Cost-Benefit Analysis of Legali...
Privacy and Information Disclosure: An Economic Analysis of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act: Lessons in the Development and Implementati...
Gridlock: A Theoretical and Applied Critique Using the Family and Medical Leave Act
Joint Crediting in Indonesia: Supporting Low-Carbon Development Through Optimization o...
Multi-stakeholder Muddle: Finding Accountability in Global Internet Governance
Identifying Regulations Affecting International Trade and Investment: Better Classific...
Public Commenting on Federal Agency Regulations: Research on Current Practices and Rec...
Whose Benefits Are They, Anyway? Examining the Benefits of Energy Efficiency Rules 200...
Structure vs. Process: Examining the Interaction between Bureaucratic Organization and...
Water Pollution from Agriculture: Transatlantic Agriculture & Regulation Working P...
Regulation, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship: A Review of the Literature
Notice & Comment: How Agencies Use Advance Notices of Proposed Rulemaking
The Next Regulatory Czar
Regulatory Subsidies: A Primer
Improving the Accountability of Federal Regulatory Agencies: Part II: Assessing Eight ...
Determining the Proper Scope of Climate Change Benefits
Learning from Experience: Retrospective Review of Regulations in 2014
Improving the Accountability of Federal Regulatory Agencies, Part III: What Reforms Wo...
Regulatory Impact on Corn Farming: Transatlantic Agriculture & Regulation Working ...
Can Fiscal Budget Concepts Improve Regulation?
EPA’s Retrospective Review of Regulations: Will it Reduce Manufacturing Burdens?
eRulemaking Challenges in the United States
Questionable Benefits: NHTSA Proposed Rule Mandates Noisy Cars
SEC Lacks Economic Justification for Proposed Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule
CSAPR Remand Uncomfortable on Many Levels
The Unbearable Lightness of Being Regulated
DOE’s Proposed Commercial Refrigeration Rule Claims to Save Retailers Money by Reducin...
Public Participation in Rulemaking
Costs of New Regulations Issued in 2012 Dwarf Those of Previous Years, According to OM...
Why Does Benefit-Cost Analysis Seem Blind to Job Impacts?
Will EPA’s Retrospective Review Reduce Burdens for the Regulated Public?
The Value of Human Dignity: An Analysis of DOJ’s Prison Rape Rule
GAO Report: Agencies Circumvent Public Comment on Major Rules
OIRA Celebrates 30th Anniversary
A Retrospective Review of Retrospective Review
The Social Cost of Foregoing Public Participation in the SCC
Tribute to Alfred Kahn 1917-2010
Much-anticipated CO2 Emissions Rule Renders Zero Benefits or Costs in Agency Analysis
Regulatory Reform in the 113th Congress
Unpaid Internships: Equal Opportunities?
New Paper on the Precautionary Principle
2012 Unified Agenda Less Informative
The Troubling Prospect of “Behavioral” Regulation
When Environmental Quality Isn’t the Goal: New EPA Fuel Standards Foul the Air
DOE Relies on Private Benefits to Justify $3 Billion Energy Efficiency Rule
An Ambitious Regulatory Agenda
Who’s Regulating the Regulators?
The Human Factor in Rulemaking
Measuring Regulatory Activity: Pre- and Post-Shutdown
Should Unfunded Regulatory Mandates Be Subject to Legislative Approval?
The Unintended Consequences of Revolving Door Laws
Should International Benefits Count?
President Nominates Howard Shelanski to be OIRA Administrator
Regulators’ Budget & Jobs: An Update
OMB’s Draft 2013 Report to Congress on Regulatory Costs and Benefits has Limitations
Improving Regulatory Transparency and Accountability
Changing the Culture of Regulation in Washington
Social Media in Rulemaking Workshop
Reducing the Regulatory Burden: Recommendations for FDA’s Proposed Food Safety Rule
Seeking Comment on the Social Cost of Carbon
Independent Regulatory Agencies Should be More Accountable
DOT Rule Doesn’t Address Market Failure: An Analysis of EO 12866 Requirements
Our Economy Needs Small Businesses, and Small Businesses Need Regulatory Reform
Congressional Hearing: Reducing Unnecessary & Costly Red Tape through Smarter Regu...
The Private Sector Costs of the Regulators’ Budget
Congressional Oversight: Police Controls or Fire Alarms?
New Regulatory Agenda Lists Thousands of New Rules
Retrospective Review of Risk-Based Regulations
Pace of New Regulations up in President Obama’s First Term
ACUS Plenary to Cover Four Recommendations
Growth in Regulators’ Budget Slowed by Fiscal Stalemate
ACUS Moves Forward with Recommendations on the Use of Science in the Administrative Pr...
What are Regulatory Proxies Measuring?
Happy 30th Anniversary OIRA
Reducing Burdens? Tier 3 Tells Another Story
President Obama’s Executive Order: Improving Regulation and Regulatory Review
Constructive Critique of OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Proposal
Setting the Wrong Standard DOE’s Latest Appliance Efficiency Rules
The Administrative Conference of the United States, 58th Plenary Session
A Review of Commerce’s Retrospective Review
Prospects for Regulatory Reform
A Personal Recollection of an Extraordinary Teacher, James Q. Wilson, 1931-2012
What the Unified Agenda Tells Us About Notice and Comment Rulemaking
Are We Witnessing a Regulatory Drawback?
Now is the Perfect Time to Review Outdated Diabetic Driver Rules
Regulatory Reform: What’s New in 2014?
Enhancing Science and Policy for Chemical Risk Assessments
TSA Must Subject its Controversial Passenger Screening to Public Scrutiny
Crises, Bootleggers, and Baptists in Regulation
Advances in eRulemaking Open Avenues for Public Participation
EPA Claims Implausible Returns on Investment from its PM NAAQS
Renewable Fuels Mandates Harm the Environment, Consumers, and Taxpayers
Sequester Does Not Appear to have Constrained Regulatory Agency Budgets
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