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GW Regulatory Studies Center (RSC) scholars regularly host and participate in events on regulatory policy. Their expertise is also featured in op-eds and reports in leading media outlets.
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Forty years ago, President Carter signed two landmark pieces of legislation that largely eliminated federal control over prices, entry and exit in interstate trucking and freight. We organized three panels to assess their effects.
This event brought together Office of Information and Regulatory Analysis administrators from the Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump administrations, along with thought leaders from the academy, executive agencies and Congress.
Should the Dept. of Energy reopen a comment period?
Friday, 2/11/2022, 1:00pm - 6:59pm
The Office of Advocacy will host a roundtable to discuss whether the United States Department of Energy should reopen comments on its 2021 final process rule
Event hosted by the American Political Science Association
Friday, 10/1/2021, 7:00pm - Saturday, 10/2/2021, 7:59pm
Congress does not perform in isolation, especially in such a constrained environment like the U.S.
Event hosted by The Ohio State University at Marion, the Harding Presidential Sites, the Ohio History Connection and the Marion Public Library.
Saturday, 9/25/2021, 4:00pm - 7:59pm
The Warren G. Harding Symposium is an academic, social, and cultural exploration of the life and times of America's 29th president.