The latest from the GW Regulatory Studies Center
Zhoudan Xie and Mark Febrizio recap the top ten regulatory developments in 2019
Susan Dudley in the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis.
Susan Dudley & Zhoudan Xie discuss regulators’ cognitive biases in this Public Administration Review article.
Jerry Ellig on a recent proposal from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
This working paper by Christopher Carrigan, Jerry Ellig, and Zhoudan Xie grapples with agency regulatory impact analyses and their connection with legal challenges to rules.
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What We're Working On
The GW Regulatory Studies Center's cooperative agreements with the US Department of Agriculture analyze agricultural regulations in a series of reports.
Analyzing regulatory policy through annual budgets.
Whether you think the policy is vital to democratic governance or an improper check on agency actions, we have the details and analysis you're looking for!
Issue Areas & Publications
Why does the system look and function the way that it does?
Research either published or intended for academic journals.
How do rules that change energy efficiency standards affect individual consumers and the overall economy?
Detailed analysis of specific proposed rules from federal agencies.
What factors should we consider when creating rules for an unknown future?
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OIRA Administrator (Obama)
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General Counsel, ACUS
Graduate of GW Law
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United States Senator from Oklahoma
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