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Literature Bulletin. Political Science Publications, n. 4 (3rd Quarter 2015)

Organizational Reputation and Public Accountability Alon-Barkat, S. and S. Gilad. 2015. Political Control or Legitimacy Deficit? Bureaucracies’ Symbolic Response to Bottom-up Public Pressures, Policy & Politics, Advance online publication. Busuioc, E.M. and M. Lodge. 2015.…

Repost from Regulatory Studies Center. Learning from Experience: Retrospective Review of Regulations in 2014

by Sofie E. Miller. Original source: Regulatory Studies Center Through a series of Executive Orders, President Obama has encouraged federal regulatory agencies to review existing regulations “that may be outmoded, ineffective, insufficient, or excessively burdensome,…

Research Note. Bureaucratic structure, regulatory quality, and entrepreneurship in a comparative perspective: cross-sectional and panel data evidence

Research note by Marina Nistotskaya Puzzle. It is a commonly held view that vibrant entrepreneurship lies at the root of economic development. International organizations, such as the World Bank and EU, and governments at all…

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…

Literature Bulletin. Administrative Law publications, no. 2 (October, 2015)

Behavioral Law and Economics Viscusi, W. K., T. Gayer. 2014. Behavioral public choice: the behavioral paradox of Government Policy, Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 38(3): 973-1007. Benefit-Cost Analysis Bubb, R. 2015. Comment: The…