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Improved Economic Analysis in SEC Rulemaking?

by Chris Walker — Wednesday, July 22, 2015@chris_j_walker

As I’ve blogged about before, the role of cost-benefit analysis—and economic analysis more generally—in financial regulation has been a hot topic in recent years among scholars, policymakers, regulators, and the regulated. This debate has been sparked in part by the D.C. Circuit’s aggressive review of SEC rulemaking—in cases like Business Roundtable v. SEC and others—and […]