Tag Archives: cost-benefit analysis

Repost from Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis. On Balance: Perspectives from the Field. New JBCA article offers practical guide for interpreting regulatory impact analysis

By Susan E. Dudley. Original Source: Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis In the United States and elsewhere, government agencies are required to conduct regulatory impact analyses (RIAs) to weigh the benefits of regulatory proposals against their…

Repost from JREG Notice and Comment. Sunstein on Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Administrative Procedure Act (AdLaw Bridge Series)

Repost from JREG Notice and Comment. By Chris Walker. Original source: Notice and Comment, 14 april 2016 Two weeks ago, in MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council, District Judge Rosemary Collyer (D.D.C.) sent waves through the financial…

Literature Bulletin. Administrative Law publications, no. 3 (December, 2015)

Behavioral Law and Economics Goldin, J. 2015. Which Way To Nudge? Uncovering Preferences in the Behavioral Age, Yale Law Journal, 125(1): 226-270. Consultation and Participation Kutay, A. 2015. Limits of Participatory Democracy in European Governance,…

Research note. The Volcker Rule as structural law: implications for cost-benefit analysis and administrative law

Research note by John Coates In response to the 2008 financial crisis the US Congress introduced the “Volker Rule” – a novel law generally barring banking organizations from proprietary trading and investing in hedge and private…