March 10, 2014 - March 18, 2014
New book from Penn Program on Regulation explores the connection between regulation and employment.
Voter ignorance bolsters arguments for judicial review and limited government.
The politics of regulatory reform is much more about politics than it is about regulation.
An analysis of legal traditions provides insight into transnational regulatory relations.
Despite challenges, cost-benefit analysis can serve as an effective tool worldwide.
Regulatory success depends on managing actuarial, socio-cultural, and political risk.
Insurance, if better understood, holds great promise for businesses, consumers, and more.
Federal regulators get the attention, but state regulators are important too.
We hold the power to change our governmental system.
Regulators can do a better job of anticipating reactions when designing regulations.