Voluntary programs may not reduce businesses' impact on the environment.
Disputes about the limits of executive power cannot be productively resolved by appeals to the Constitution.
Regulatory agencies should do more to make information about proposed rules more accessible.
New study of EPA’s “flagship” performance program draws into question the value of voluntary efforts.
Debate over regulation’s effects on employment would benefit from better policy analysis.
Kagan's insight on legal "styles" paves the way for future regulatory studies and policymaking efforts.
By taking three feasible steps, the administration could help build a regulatory culture more supportive of ex post evaluation.
With the launch of a new, innovative website, RegBlog.org continues to pursue unconventional ambitions.
Obama's next OIRA Administrator should act to embed retrospective evaluation into the regulatory process.
New Wharton Public Policy Initiative issue brief by Professor Coglianese reviews the evidence.