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Distributional Weights Should Be Dropped from the Draft Circular A-4

Weighting costs and benefits could result in large losses in efficiency

Circular Reasoning?

Evaluating the Draft Circular A-4 which guides regulatory impact analysis across federal agencies

The Durability of Governance Reform: A Two-Wave Audit of Notice and Comment Policymaking in China

Audits of the notice and comment rulemaking process in China show that as reforms are implemented, they can be sustained over time.

Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing

HUD’s proposed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule should commit to retrospective review and to providing technical support to program participants

Robotic Rulemaking

How might generative AI intersect with rulemaking?

Public Interest Comment on HUD's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing proposal

Recommendations for improving the framework around fair housing planning, assessment and engagement

Modernizing Regulatory Review Actions

The White House has announced substantive changes to federal regulatory practices

Regulatory Uncertainty Amid the Banking Crisis

Recent bank failures drove regulatory uncertainty around finance and banking regulation to its highest point in over a year.

Public Interest Comment on the DEA Proposed Rules on Telemedicine and Buprenorphine

Improving access to opioid use disorder treatments by making permanent pandemic-era flexibilities

Jimmy Carter, the Great Deregulator

The regulatory reforms of President Jimmy Carter set in motion a wave of deregulation that brought lower prices and better consumer choices to key industries