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How Declining Budgets at U.S. Regulatory Agencies Could Improve Performance Open Access

Although spending on U.S. regulatory programs has doubled in the last 20 years, that trend is unlikely to last. How these programs manage budget cuts will determine whether downsizing harms or helps regulatory performance. Leaders of regulatory agencies must avoid satisfying tighter budgets with temporary “mindless austerity” measures that anger workers. Instead managers should use scarcity to find, with workers, “frugal innovations” that can significantly and permanently improve program value.

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Peacock, Marcus
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Regulatory Studies Center
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9/19/2016
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Regulation
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