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ESG and ‘Stakeholderism’ 

May 10, 2024

“One of the most important aspects of the ESG debate is the need to clarify the importance of ESG for corporations and investors,” said Prof. Lisa M. Fairfax.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental Law, Law & Economics 

Generative AI’s Potential Impact on Online Competition 

April 24, 2024

Prof. Christopher S. Yoo writes that GenAI “has the potential to become one of the most transformative developments in the history of technology.”

Administrative & Regulatory Law, IP & Technology Law, Research and Scholarship 

Reflecting on History, Preparing for the Future 

April 5, 2024

Dean Sophia Z. Lee discusses her scholarship in administrative law and shares her advice with law students and future scholars.

Administrative & Regulatory Law 

Shareholder Activism 

March 26, 2024

Prof. Jill E. Fisch and Lecturer in Law Dan McDermott’s course teaches students to holistically analyze a corporate issuer to include several factors, including ESG/corporate governance.

Administrative & Regulatory Law 

From Regulation 1.0 to 2.0 

March 22, 2024

In her Penn Program on Regulation lecture, PCAOB Board Member Kara Stein reminded students that they are “part of the upcoming revolution in regulation.”

Administrative & Regulatory Law 

Examining Health Care Equities 

March 13, 2024

At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Allison K. Hoffman discusses the role of state ballot initiatives, federal law, and private equity in the U.S. health care system.

Administrative & Regulatory Law 

The Fear of Playing a Fool 

March 5, 2024

At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Tess Wilkinson-Ryan L’05, G’06, PhD’08 discusses the role of human psychology in legal and regulatory systems.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Research and Scholarship 

Compliance Is the Bridge to Better Regulatory Outcomes 

February 26, 2024

Prof. Cary Coglianese writes, “Analyzing and improving compliance is the key to strengthening regulators’ performance.”

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Research and Scholarship 

The Bounded Triumph of Health Care Ballot Initiatives 

February 6, 2024

“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.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Cross-Disciplinary, Research and Scholarship 

Antitrust & Digital Markets 

February 1, 2024

CTIC Research Fellow Giovanna Massarotto argues that computer science can help regulators monitor markets and identify algorithmic collusion.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, IP & Technology Law 

How to Regulate Artificial Intelligence 

January 16, 2024

Regulators should factor in the dynamic nature of machine learning when proposing AI regulations, writes Prof. Cary Coglianese.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, IP & Technology Law, Research and Scholarship 

How Will Philadelphia Finance Climate Change? 

December 26, 2023

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.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental Law, International & Comparative Law