Covid–19 is currently shaking the world and is changing our way in both creating and respecting rules. How are Governments responding to the pandemic? Here are several experiences and opinions from all over the planet.
The following articles (from 26 March to 19 May 2020) especially deal with core topics such as the need for cooperation between regulators; the response to the health and economic crisis; judicial oversight over administrative agencies and the risks related to data generated during the pandemic.
- The Big Failure of Small Government (by Mariana Mazzucato and Giulio Quaggiotto) – Project Syndicate, 19 May 2020;
- The Disjointed Dutch Policies to Fight COVID-19 (by Anne Meuwese) – The Regulatory Review, 18 May 2020;
- Regulatory Policy Uncertainty under COVID-19 (by Zhoudan Xie) – Regulatory Studies Center, 13 May 2020;
- COVID-19 and Cooperative Administrative Federalism in Germany (by Johannes Saurer) – The Regulatory Review, 13 May 2020;
- Gov In The Time Of Coronavirus (by Susan Dudley) – Forbes, 8 May 2020;
- Which Covid-19 Data Can You Trust? (by Satchit Balsari et al.) – Harvard Business Review, 8 May 2020;
- Rescuing the European Economy from COVID-19 (by Joana Mendes) – The Regulatory Review, 7 May 2020;
- Models v. Evidence (by Jonathan Fuller) – Boston Review, 5 May 2020;
- Rethinking Judicial Oversight in a Time of Crisis (by Cristie Ford) – The Regulatory Review, 5 May 2020;
- The Cost of the Covid-19 Crisis: Lockdowns, Macroeconomic Expectations, and Consumer Spending (by Olivier Coibion et al.) – National Bureau of Economic Research, May 2020;
- Regulatory Cooperation to Combat Public Health Crises (by Elizabeth Golberg) – The Regulatory Review, 27 April 2020;
- Health versus Wealth: On the Distributional Effects of Controlling a Pandemic (by Andrew Glover et al.) – Centre for Economic Policy Research, April 2020;