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Cary Coglianese, associate dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and director of Penn's Program on Regulation, will join a Dec. 10 panel on "Regulation and Oversight: Advice for the New Administration," being held by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.
Many analysts suggest that the United States is about to enter a new regulatory era. They point to the need for more regulation on a host of issues, ranging from financial services to food supply. What kind of new federal regulations should be expected? How will political considerations affect the creation of new rules? Those are among the questions the panel will address at the conference in Washington, D.C.
In addition to Coglianese, participating in the discussion will be Susan Dudley, the current administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) at the Office of Management and Budget; two former OIRA administrators, John Graham (2001-2006), now at Indiana University, and Sally Katzen (1993-98), now at George Mason University School of Law; and Resources for the Future senior fellow Richard Morgenstern. Robert W. Hahn, executive director of the AEI Reg-Markets Center, will moderate.