Debate reignites over whether nuclear energy is an important tool or a costly mistake.
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.
Why We Need To Measure Regulation, via @RegBlog http://t.co/u4izKZRPQ0
Finding deficiencies, recent audit report raises serious concerns about the adequacy of #pesticide testing in #food. http://t.co/wWpNV7um8v
#Fracking banned in the New York State #NewYork http://t.co/MzShmsaWhs
Toy gun regulations are "off target" according to Jay Caspian Kang at @NYTimes http://t.co/zdgdoha482
Experts Debate EPA’s Proposed Clean Power Rule, by PPR Regulation Fellow Daniel E. Walters http://t.co/ND6ktrO5Pf
“@wef: What would you do if someone gave you $10? On #inequality and consumption http://t.co/mUB9aqr5Mk #economics http://t.co/8itcdN03FC”
“@sierraclub: "10 Reasons to Feel Good About 2014" http://t.co/SCc9yMy6oK”
Congress unveils a new spending bill, agency access is promoted on a new website, and more…
Two researchers propose a simpler way to perform cost-benefit analysis.
New dataset provides researchers new opportunities for analyzing regulatory impacts.
Answering key questions about regulation requires better data.