International Monetary Fund report suggests reform of sovereign debt rules.
Industry pushback appears to slow down landmark rule.
PPR seminar focuses on controversial proposed rule aimed at combatting climate change.
Report finds deficient testing and potentially misleading reporting by government agencies.
Two researchers propose a simpler way to perform cost-benefit analysis.
.@IMFNews proposals may achieve "greater consistency and transparency in sovereign debt restructuring" @RegBlog - http://t.co/zM4I5An6VZ
.@NOAA closes commercial fishing season for porbeagle shark early because of overfishing - http://t.co/INUxsMZUIW
.@uspto issues guidelines following #SCOTUS opinion limiting available patent types for software. http://t.co/EhbUH5ZnTB
In letter to @SocialSecurity, Congressmembers show anger that taxpayers are targeted for family members' debt - http://t.co/13MD9jbThz
Report finds potentially misleading reporting by government agencies in #pesticide testing of #food. http://t.co/pcAVFVGsgt
Presidential task force issues recommendations on false seafood labels, calls for public comment - http://t.co/JU7WeGRkGy
.@IMFNews proposes contractual changes for sovereign debt, more via @RegBlog - http://t.co/1PKrwfWwDL
Congress unveils a new spending bill, agency access is promoted on a new website, and more…
New dataset provides researchers new opportunities for analyzing regulatory impacts.
Answering key questions about regulation requires better data.
The FDA issues new drug labeling requirements, an FCC commissioner writes a letter to Netflix regarding net neutrality, and more…