Events: 2nd February 2018

The rise of the Internet and growth of the sharing economy are transforming local and global commerce and forcing policymakers to reconsider traditional approaches to regulation. To ensure that the new economy is governed appropriately, regulators and law enforcement officials must understand how it differs from traditional business arrangements and how consumers, entrepreneurs, and workers … Continue reading “Workshop on the Law & Economics of the Sharing Economy”

Regulatory Reform, Transparency, and the American Economy Government regulation is intended to improve the efficiency of markets and protect people from harms they cannot identify or prevent on their own. But, for decades, advocates have debated whether the regulatory process and rules developed through it are too strict or too lax; whether they properly account … Continue reading “14th Annual Symposium of the Journal of Law, Economics & Policy”