The GW Regulatory Studies Center improves regulatory policy through research, education, and outreach. The Center's scholars conduct applied research to understand regulatory policy and practice from a public interest perspective.
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Why does the system look and function the way that it does?
How do rules that change energy efficiency standards affect individual consumers and the overall economy?
What standards should be followed in the growing of crops and the selling of food products?
How should we analyze regulations that establish general health and safety standards?
What variables should we consider when creating rules for an unknown future?
How can we improve regulatory cooperation across borders?
How do we develop good standards to assess regulatory outcomes?
What is the best way to implement tax policy and banking regulations?
How are rate standards developed for public utilities?