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Chevron Deference for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Apr 14, 2014

Asymmetrical deference to PTO decision-making may promote pro-patent policies.

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The Case for Declining Discount Rates

Apr 7, 2014

Why current practices of regulatory analysis undervalue future benefits.

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Changing Risk Culture is Hard

Mar 31, 2014

Culture and attitudes toward risk are built into the foundations of systemically important banks.

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Regulation and Democracy

Mar 24, 2014

How the resurgence of progressivism will produce improved regulatory outcomes.

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Prospects for an Interstate Cap and Trade for Greenhouse Gases

Mar 20, 2014

The last years of the Obama administration will determine if the EPA succeeds in implementing a cap-and-trade regime.

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The Battle over Transatlantic Financial Regulation

Mar 19, 2014

Improved diplomatic processes would help strengthen international economic cooperation.

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Informing the Debate over Regulation’s Impact on Jobs

Mar 10, 2014

Debate over regulation’s effects on employment would benefit from better policy analysis.

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What We (Should) Talk About When We Talk About Green Growth

Mar 3, 2014

How defining green growth will create better environmental policy.

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Improving Regulation Requires Closer Scrutiny of Benefits

Feb 25, 2014

Many regulations fail to demonstrate a need for agency action.

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Internalizing Cost-Benefit Analysis

Feb 18, 2014

Agencies can improve both regulatory analysis and decision-making by establishing internal review capacity.

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