Monthly Archives: September 2014

CBA of CBA Regime, by Mehrsa Baradaran

by Guest Blogger — Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014

Robert Bartlett’s new paper The Institutional Framework for Cost Benefit Analysis in Financial Regulation: A Tale of Four Paradigms? does the unthinkable. It goes totally meta and does a cost benefit analysis on the cost benefit analysis regimes of the financial regulators. This endeavor must be rewarded and propagated so that our minds may collectively […]

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Delegation and Complexity in Administrative Law

by Jeff Pojanowski — Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

Greetings! My name is Jeff Pojanowski and I am excited to be a regular contributor on Notice and Comment. I am an Associate Professor at Notre Dame Law School, teaching and writing in administrative law, statutory interpretation, and legal theory more generally. My first post is inspired by two readings: (1) Phillip Hamburger’s book Is […]

Cost-Benefit Analysis, the FDA, and Tobacco

by Micah Berman — Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

I’m very pleased to be joining this blog as well.  I’ll blog about my area of interest – public health – with a focus on regulatory law and policy.  My specific area of expertise is tobacco policy, and as the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products continues its efforts to regulate tobacco (and continues to get […]

Basel III, Municipal Finance, and Administrative Arguments Good and Bad

by Peter Conti-Brown — Monday, Sept. 15, 2014

It’s a pleasure to participate in the launch of this new blog. I’m looking forward to the dialogue and interaction with my co-bloggers and readers. I’ll be blogging mostly about central banking, financial regulation, and public finance (where each of these interacts with “regulation” as our overarching theme), although I may indulge from time to […]

Crashing Medicare

by Nicholas Bagley — Monday, Sept. 15, 2014

Two weeks ago, Medicare announced a proposed settlement in a long-running billing dispute with hospitals. The size of the settlement is staggering: if accepted, it could end up costing the federal government hundreds of millions of dollars. The settlement also signals deep problems in one of Medicare’s flagship programs for eliminating wasteful spending. At its […]

Pozen on Separation of Powers and Self-Help Countermeasures (AdLaw Bridge Series)

by Chris Walker — Monday, Sept. 15, 2014@chris_j_walker

Perhaps due in part to a hopelessly gridlocked Congress, we live in an era of executive discretion. The White House has delayed the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate. The Department of Homeland Security has announced that it will stop deporting certain noncitizens who are currently required to be removed by statute and refocus its efforts […]

Introduction to the Administrative Law Bridge Series

by Chris Walker — Monday, Sept. 15, 2014@chris_j_walker

I am pleased to join the Yale Journal on Regulation as a regular blogger. As part of my contributions to the blog, I will host a column, entitled the Administrative Law Bridge Series, which will highlight current scholarship in administrative law and regulation. These reviews will be at a level of detail and length somewhere […]