Tag Archives: regulatory impact 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 Regulatory Studies Center. Identifying Rules with International Effects

Consistent Inconsistencies: Misclassification of Rules Could Hamper International Regulatory Cooperation, by Daniel R. Pérez. Original source: Regulatory Studies Center, George Washington University International regulatory cooperation is a central component of current U.S. efforts to negotiate international trade…

The European Parliament’s Approach to Impact Assessment as presented in the Activity Report

Over the past few years the European Parliament has been interested in the Better Law-Making agenda of the European Union as revealed by the Niebler Report which advises to guarantee independent impact assessment. In 2012…

Research note. Presidential Priorities, Congressional Control and the Quality of Regulatory Analysis

J. Ellig, C.J. Conover, Presidential Priorities, Congressional Control, and the Quality of Regulatory Analysis: An Application to Healthcare and Homeland Security, in «Public Choice», vol. 161 (Nov-Dec 2014) Research note by Jerry Ellig Background In the United States’…