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Daniel E. Walters

Regulation Fellow

Daniel Walters

Daniel E. Walters is a Regulation Fellow in the Penn Program on Regulation. He rejoins the program after having been a fellow from 2013-2015. Continue reading…

Expertise

  • Administrative Law
  • Government Regulation
  • Environmental Law

Working Papers

Examining Auer's Incentives: The Limits of Self-Delegation (forthcoming)

Evaluating Interest-Group Influence: The Case of Rulemaking Petitions (forthcoming)

Unintended Effects: Procedural Constraints on Agency Inaction (forthcoming)

An Agonistic Model of American Administrative Law: Conflict and Democratic Legitimacy in Regulation (forthcoming)

Filling in the Details: Examining Agency Choice of Guidance over Legislative Rules (forthcoming)

Identifying, Predicting, and Quantifying Statutory Ambiguity: Machine Learning and Legal Texts (forthcoming)

A Distributional Portrait of Regulatory Costs: Valuing Regulation through a Stock Market Event Study of the Clean Power Plan Stay (forthcoming)

Planning for Excellence: Insights from an International Review of Regulators' Strategic Plans (June 29, 2015), U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 15-23 (with Adam Finkel & Angus Corbett). (forthcoming)
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Public Engagement and Transparency in Regulation: A Field Guide to Regulatory Excellence (June 2015), Research Paper Prepared for the Penn Program on Regulation’s Best-in-Class Regulator Initiative (with Jennifer Nash). (forthcoming)
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Research Areas

  • Administrative Law
  • Regulatory Politics and Policymaking
  • Environmental Law

Courses

  • Regulatory Policy Seminar (Fall 2016)

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