Working Paper Series

The Future of White House Regulatory Oversight and Cost-Benefit Analysis, September 13, 2019

  • Transparency in Agency Cost-Benefit Analysis
    Caroline Cecot, Assistant Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University; and Robert W. Hahn, Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Institute, Visiting Professor, Smith School, and University of Oxford, and Senior Policy Fellow, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
  • OIRA Past and Future
    Susan Dudley, Director, George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center, and Distinguished Professor of Practice, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration, George Washington University
  • David versus Godzilla: Bigger Stones
    Jerry Ellig, Research Professor, Regulatory Studies Center, The George Washington University, and Richard Williams, Writer and Senior Affiliated Scholar, Mercatus Center, George Mason University and Affiliated Scholar, Utah State Center for Growth and Opportunity
  • Codifying the Cost-Benefit State
    Brian F. Mannix, Research Professor, GW Regulatory Studies Center, and Bridget C.E. Dooling, Research Professor, George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center
  • The Ascendancy of the Cost-Benefit State?
    Paul R. Noe, Vice President of Public Policy, American Forest & Paper Association, and John D. Graham, Professor, the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
  • OIRA’s Dual Role and the Future of Cost-Benefit Analysis
    Stuart Shapiro, Associate Dean of Faculty, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University
  • OIRA: Past, Present and Future
    Jim Tozzi, Managing Director, Center for Regulatory Effectiveness
  • Why Two Congressional OIRAs Are Better Than One
    William Yeatman, Research Fellow, Cato Institute

_________________________________________________________________________________

Who Manages the Managers? A One-Year Lookback at President Trump’s Civil Service Reforms

_________________________________________________________________________________

The Constitution’s First Branch⏤Rediscovering the Legislative Power, May 2, 2019

  • Delegation and Time
    Jonathan H. Adler, Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation and Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University School of Law; and Christopher J. Walker, Associate Professor of Law, The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, and Director, The Moritz Washington, D.C. Summer Program

_________________________________________________________________________________

Religion and the Administrative State, March 22, 2019

_________________________________________________________________________________

Congress and the Administrative State: Delegation, Nondelegation, and Un-Delegation, February 22, 2019

_________________________________________________________________________________

“New Normals?” The Trump Administration, the Courts, and Administrative Law, December 7, 2018

_________________________________________________________________________________

Permits, Licenses and the Administrative State, October 24, 2018

_________________________________________________________________________________

Free Speech and the Administrative State, January 26, 2018

_________________________________________________________________________________

Beyond Deference, Emerging Issues in Judicial Review of Agency Action, December 6, 2017

___________________________________________________

Perspectives on the PTAB: The New Role of the Administrative State in the Innovation Economy, November 9, 2017

___________________________________________________

Rethinking Due Process, April 21, 2017

_________________________________________________________________________________

Financial Regulation: Political, Administrative, and Constitutional Accountability, December 9, 2016

_________________________________________________________________________________

Environmental Law in the Administrative State, September 16, 2016

_________________________________________________________________________________

Rethinking Judicial Deference, June 2, 2016