Tag Archives: cost-benefit analysis

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’…

Cost-Benefit Analysis for Financial Regulation: A Debate on the Yale Law Journal

An article by John Coates IV on the Yale Law Journal calls into question the efforts to impose judicially reviewed, quantified Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) on independent financial agencies in the context of the sweeping regulatory…

New Papers from the Regulatory Studies Center

The Regulatory Studies Center at the George Washington University has recently published three working papers on regulatory governance in the USA. The first paper by Susan Dudley examines efforts by the three branches of federal…