“Medicaid expansion ballot initiatives show state referenda can expand health care access—but they have their limits,” write Prof. Allison K. Hoffman and Katie Cohen L’24, MBE’24.
CTIC Research Fellow Giovanna Massarotto argues that computer science can help regulators monitor markets and identify algorithmic collusion.
Regulators should factor in the dynamic nature of machine learning when proposing AI regulations, writes Prof. Cary Coglianese.
Although cities will need $5.4 trillion annually through 2030 to combat climate change, they are currently receiving just 1% of those funds, writes Prof. Bill Burke-White.
In an interview with Environmental Innovations Initiative, Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses how artificial intelligence intersects with climate and environmental regulations.
The Penn Program on Regulation convened scholars and senior leadership from the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to explore cutting-edge financial regulatory issues.
At The Regulatory Review, Soojin Jeong L’23 advocates for algorithmic impact assessments (AIA) as a tool to promote accountability without sacrificing regulatory flexibility that supports innovation.
Prof. Cary Coglianese, an expert in administrative and regulatory law, has been elected to the National Academy of Public Administration.
In a new study, Prof. Cary Coglianese and co-author demonstrate the power of businesses to exert substantial influence over agency rulemaking.
The Regulatory Analysis and Decision-Making executive education program equips professionals in the public and private sectors with a “modern regulator’s toolbox.”
At The Regulatory Review, Caroline Hackley L’24 examines the limitations of COPPA, the only federal law regulating the collection of children’s data via the internet.
Prof. Christopher S. Yoo and Bethany Lee L’22 advocate FDA regulatory action to better address cybersecurity risks of medical devices such as pacemakers.