Posts in "New Scholarship Series" category

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (53rd installment)

New Books

Alejandro Camacho and Robert Glicksman, Reorganizing Government: A Functional and Dimensional Framework (NYU Press, 2019) [Website]

Joe Tomlinson, Justice in the Digital State: Assessing the Next Revolution in Administrative Justice (Bristol University Press, 2019) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

David Pozen, Seeing Transparency More Clearly (November 2019) [SSRN]

Ashley Deeks, Secret Reason-Giving (September 2019) [SSRN]

Jake Goldenfein, Algorithmic Transparency and Decision-Making Accountability: Thoughts for Buying Machine Learning Algorithms (September 2019) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Paul Daly, A Typology of Materiality (October 2019) [SSRN]

Joe Tomlinson, Beyond the End of Ouster Clause History? (September 2019) [SSRN]

Matthew Groves & Greg Weeks, The Creation of Australian Administrative Law: The Constitution and Its Judicial Gate-Keepers (September 2019) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Brian D. Feinstein & Daniel Jacob Hemel, Outside Advisers Inside Agencies (November 2019) [SSRN]

Evan D. Bernick, Faithful Execution: Where Administrative Law Meets the Constitution (November 2019) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, The Supreme Court, Prorogation and Constitutional Principle (November 2019) [SSRN]

Fatma E. Marouf, Executive Overreaching in Immigration Adjudication (November 2019) [SSRN]

Daniel D. Birk, Interrogating the Historical Basis for a Unitary Executive (November 2019) [SSRN]

Zachary Price, Reliance on Executive Constitutional Interpretation (November 2019) [SSRN]

Catherine Y. Kim & Amy Semet, Presidential Ideology and Immigrant Detention (October 2019) [SSRN]

Tom Ginsburg, Aziz Z. Huq & David Landau, Designing Presidential Impeachment (October 2019) [SSRN]

Jonathan David Shaub, The Executive’s Privilege (October 2019) [SSRN]

Gabrielle J. Appleby & Anna Olijnyk, Executive Policy Development and Constitutional Norms: Practice and Perceptions (September 2019) [SSRN]

Emily Berman, The Secondary Effects of Executive Branch Legal Opinions (September 2019) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Jesse Cross, The Staffer’s Error Doctrine (November 2019) [SSRN]

Sofia Ranchordas & Mattis van ‘t Schip, Future-Proofing Legislation for the Digital Age (October 2019) [SSRN]

Amanda Chuzi, Defense Lawmaking (October 2019) [SSRN]

Amy Semet, NLRB Statutory Interpretation and Chevron Deference in the Appellate Courts (October 2019) [SSRN]

John F. Manning, Without the Pretense of Legislative Intent (October 2019) [SSRN]

Leigh Osofsky, Agency Legislative Fixes (September 2019) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Christine Kexel Chabot, Is the Federal Reserve Constitutional? An Originalist Argument for Independent Agencies (October 2019) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, The Semi-Autonomous Administrative State (October 2019) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Karen Tani, Administrative Constitutionalism at the ‘Borders of Belonging’: Drawing on History to Expand the Archive and Change the Lens (August 2019) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Peter L. Lindseth, Evolutionary Public Law: Constituting and Administering Human Ultra-Sociality (November 2019) [SSRN]

Matteo Godi, Administrative Regulation of Arbitration (November 2019) [SSRN]

Rory Van Loo, The Missing Regulatory State: Monitoring Businesses in an Age of Surveillance (November 2019) [SSRN]

Brian Mannix & Bridget C.E. Dooling, Codifying the Cost-Benefit State (November 2019) [SSRN]

Heather Payne, Private (Utility) Regulators (October 2019) [SSRN]

A.D. Murray, Rethinking Regulation for the Digital Environment (October 2019) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Adam S. Zimmerman & Michael Sant’Ambrogio, Collective Adjudication and Administrative Justice (November 2019) [SSRN]

Anthony M. Bertelli & Fiona Cece, Comparative Administrative Law and Public Administration (November 2019) [SSRN]

Julian Christensen, Lene Aarøe, Martin Bækgaard, Pamela Herd & Donald P. Moynihan, Human Capital and Administrative Burden: The Role of Cognitive Resources in Citizen-State Interactions (November 2019) [SSRN]

Adam S. Zimmerman, Surges and Delays in Mass Adjudication (November 2019) [SSRN]

Deirdre K. Mulligan & Kenneth A. Bamberger, Procurement As Policy: Administrative Process for Machine Learning (October 2019) [SSRN]

Alasdair S. Roberts, Should We Defend the Administrative State? (October 2019) [SSRN]

Johannes M M Chan &Vivian Wong, The Politics of the Ombudsman: The Hong Kong Experience (October 2019) [SSRN]

Joshua Galperin, The Life of Administrative Democracy (September 2019) [SSRN]

Anya Bernstein, Porous Bureaucracy: Legitimating the Administrative State in Taiwan (2019) [SSRN]

Michèle Finck, Automated Decision-Making and Administrative Law (August 2019) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

David S. Rubenstein, Supremacy, Inc. (December 2019) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Drew Schaefer, Applying the SEC Custody Rule to Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund Managers (September 2019) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Madalina Busuioc & Dovilė Rimkutė, The promise of bureaucratic reputation approaches for the EU regulatory state, in: Journal of European Public Policy (October 2019) [Taylor & Francis Online]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Peter L. Lindseth, Theorizing Backlash: Supranational Governance and International Investment Law and Arbitration in Comparative Perspective (November 2019) [SSRN]

Mariana Mota Prado & Steven J. Hoffman, The promises and perils of international institutional bypasses: defining a new concept and its policy implications for global governance, in Transnational Legal Theory (November 2019) [Taylor & Francis Online]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (52nd installment)

Judicial Review

Robert L. Glicksman & Emily Hammond, The Administrative Law of Regulatory Slop and Strategy (June 2019) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Facticity: Judicial Review of Factual Error in Comparative Perspective (June 2019) [SSRN]

Kristin E. Hickman, SOPRA? So What? Chevron Reform Misses the Target Entirely (June 2019) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, The Irish Courts and the Administrative State (June 2019) [SSRN]

Beau Baumann & Greg Mina, Clowning Around with Final Agency Action (June 2019) [SSRN]

Hanna Wilberg, Judicial Review of Administrative Reasoning Processes (May 2019) [SSRN]

Mark Aronson, Judicial Review and the Charter (April 2019) [SSRN]

Kristin E. Hickman & Mark Thomson, The Chevronization of Auer (April 2019) [SSRN]

Jeffrey A. Pojanowski, Neoclassical Administrative Law (June 2019) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Bijal Shah, Executive Administration (June 2019) [SSRN]

John C. Harrison, Executive Power (June 2019) [SSRN]

Lawrence J. Trautman, Presidential Impeachment: A Contemporary Analysis (June 2019) [SSRN]

Ben Miller-Gootnick, Boundaries of the Federal Vacancies Reform Act (May 2019) [SSRN]

Catherine Y. Kim & Amy Semet, An Empirical Study of Political Control Over Immigration Adjudication (April 2019) [SSRN]

Richard J. Pierce, The Scope of the Removal Power Is Ripe for Reconsideration (April 2019) [SSRN]

Michael Asimow, Gabriel Bocksang Hola, Marie Cirotteau, Yoav Dotan & Thomas Perroud, Between the Agency and the Court: Ex Ante Review of Regulations (April 2019) [SSRN]

Shalev Roisman, Presidential Factfinding (March 2019) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov & Gaya Harari-Heit, The Legisprudential and Political Functions of Temporary Legislation (June 2019) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Terence Daintith, Government Companies as Regulators (April 2019) [SSRN]

Daniel E. Chand, Protecting Agency Judges in an Age of Politicization: Evaluating Judicial Independence and Decisional Confidence in Administrative Adjudication, 49(4) The American Review of Public Administration 395–410 [SAGE Journals]


Administrative History

Sophia Z. Lee, Our Administered Constitution: Administrative Constitutionalism from the Founding to the Present (June 2019) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, English Administrative Law History: Perception and Reality (June 2019) [SSRN]

Julian Davis Mortenson, Article II Vests Executive Power, Not the Royal Prerogative (2019) [SSRN]

Julian Davis Mortenson, The Executive Power Clause (June 2019) [SSRN]

Daniel R. Ernst, The Shallow State: The Federal Communications Commission and the New Deal (May 2019) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Bridget C.E. Dooling, Expanding OIRA Review to IRS (June 2019) [SSRN]

Evan C. Zoldan,  Delegation to Nonexperts (June 2019) [SSRN]

Jeroen van der Heijden, Risk Governance and Risk-Based Regulation: A Review of the International Academic Literature (June 2019) [SSRN]

Aaron Nielson, The Policing of Prosecutors: More Lessons from Administrative Law? (May 2019) [SSRN]

Fabiana Di Porto & Mariateresa Maggiolino, Algorithmic Information Disclosure by Regulators and Competition Authorities (April 2019) [SSRN]

Barry Sullivan & Christine Kexel Chabot, The Science of Administrative Change (April 2019) [SSRN]

Maria Ponomarenko, Rethinking Police Rulemaking (March 2019) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Joe Tomlinson, Three Fixable Flaws in The Courts and Tribunals (Online Procedure) Bill (June 2019) [SSRN]

Kohei Suzuki & Hyunkang Hur, Bureaucratic structures and organizational commitment: findings from a comparative study of 20 European countries, Public Management Review (June 2019) [SSRN]

Joe Tomlinson, The User-Preference Principle in Administrative Justice (May 2019) [SSRN]

Anthony M. Bertelli & Kathleen Doherty, Setting the Regulatory Agenda: Statutory Deadlines, Delay and Responsiveness (May 2019) [SSRN]

Victoria Wang, Mark Button & David Shepherd, The Barriers to the Opening of Government Data in the UK – A View From the Bottom (May 2019) [SSRN]

Monika Zalnieriute, Lisa Burton, Janina Boughey, Lyria Bennett Moses, Sarah Logan, From Rule of Law to Statute Drafting: Legal Issues for Algorithms in Government Decision-Making (May 2019) [SSRN]

Michael Veale & Irina Brass, Administration by Algorithm? Public Management Meets Public Sector Machine Learning (April 2019) [SSRN]

Carol Harlow & Richard Rawlings, Proceduralism and Automation: Challenges to the Values of Administrative Law (April 2019) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

Danielle C. Jefferis, Constitutionally Unaccountable: Privatized Immigration Detention (April 2019) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

M. Al Guindy, James P. Naughton & Ryan Riordan, The Chilling Effect of Regulation FD: Evidence from Twitter (May 2019) [SSRN]

Emilios Avgouleas & Charles Goodhart, Bank Resolution 10 Years From The Global Financial Crisis: A Systematic Reappraisal (June 2019) [SSRN]

Andrew Schmulow, Regulating the Regulator: Improving Consumer Protection Under a Twin Peaks Regulatory Framework (April 2019) [SSRN]

Anita Anand, The Enforcement of Financial Market Crimes in Canada and the United Kingdom (March 2019) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Gianluca Sgueo, Transparency in the EU Institutions – An Overview (June 2019) [SSRN]

Giuliano G. Castellano & Genevieve Helleringer, The Social Psychology of Financial Regulatory Governance (June 2019) [SSRN]

Marta Migliorati, Relying on agencies in major European Union legislative measures, West European Politics (May 2019) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Ioannis Asimakopoulos, Single Resolution Board: Another Meroni Extension or Another Chapter to Europe’s Constitutional Transformation? (May 2019) [SSRN]

Madalina Busuioc & Dovilė Rimkutė, Meeting expectations in the EU regulatory state? Regulatory communications amid conflicting institutional demands, Journal of European Public Policy (April 2019) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Guy Fiti Sinclair, Beyond Accountability? Human Rights, Global Governance, and the World Bank Inspection Panel (June 2019) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (51st installment)

New Books

Jovana Jezdimirovic Ranito, Regulating US Private Security Contractors (Springer, 2019) [Website]

Stephen Thomson, Administrative Law in Hong Kong (Cambridge University Press, 2018) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Ronald M. Levin, The Regulatory Accountability Act and the Future of APA Revision (January 2019) [SSRN]

Christoph E. Mueller & Bettina Engewald, Making Transparency Work: Experiences from the Evaluation of the Hamburg Transparency Law (January 2019) [SSRN]

Melvin Dubnick & Ciarán O’Kelly, Dissecting the Semantics of Accountability and Its Misuse (January 2019) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Peter L. Lindseth, Judicial Review in Administrative Governance: A Theoretical Framework for Comparative Analysis (February 2019) [SSRN]

Caroline Expert-Foulquier, Is French Administrative Justice a Problem-Solving Justice? (February 2019) [SSRN]

Michael Asimow, A Comparative Approach to Administrative Adjudication (February 2019) [SSRN]

Paul J. Larkin, Jr. & Elizabeth Slattery, Essay: The World After Seminole Rock and Auer (February 2019) [SSRN]

James Durling & E. Garrett West, May Chevron Be Waived? (January 2019) [SSRN]

Giacinto della Cananea, Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Europe: Common Trends and Requirements (January 2019) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, Legality, Five Views of the Cathedral (January 2019) [SSRN]

Lawrence B. Solum & Cass R. Sunstein, Chevron as Construction (December 2018) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Brian Finucane, Presidential War Powers, the Take Care Clause, and Article 2(4) of the U.N. Charter (March 2019) [SSRN]

Amy L. Stein, A Statutory National Security President (February 2019) [SSRN]

Matthew Chou, Agency Interpretations of Executive Orders (February 2019) [SSRN]

Peter L. Strauss, Eroding ‘Checks’ on Presidential Authority – Norms, the Civil Service, and the Courts (January 2019) [SSRN]

Steven D. Schwinn, Lucia v. SEC and the Attack on the Administrative State (December 2018) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Randy J. Kozel, Statutory Interpretation, Administrative Deference, and the Law of Stare Decisis (January 2019) [SSRN]

Ryan Doerfler, Can a Statute Have More Than One Meaning? (December 2018) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Daniel E. Chand, Protecting Agency Judges in an Age of Politicization: Evaluating Judicial Independence and Decisional Confidence in Administrative Adjudications, in The American Review of Public Administration (February 2019) [SAGE journals]

Kent H. Barnett, Non-ALJ Adjudicators in Federal Agencies: Status, Selection, Oversight, and Removal (January 2019) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Daniel B. Rodriguez & Barry R. Weingast, Engineering the Modern Administrative State, Part I: Political Accommodation and Legal Strategy in the New Deal Era (February 2019) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Kate Andrias, An American Approach to Social Democracy: The Forgotten Promise of the Fair Labor Standards Act (February 2019) [SSRN]

Peter L. Strauss, Domesticating Guidance (February 2019) [SSRN]

Daniel A. Farber, Regulatory Review in Anti-Regulatory Times (February 2019) [SSRN]

Nicholas R. Parrillo, Testimony Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform: ‘Shining Light on the Federal Regulatory Process’ (January 2019) [SSRN]

Yxta Maya Murray, What FEMA Should Do After Puerto Rico: Toward Critical Administrative Constitutionalism (January 2019) [SSRN]

David T. Zaring, The Federal Deregulation of Insurance (January 2019) [SSRN]

Michael J. Cole, Bridget C.E. Dooling & Susan E. Dudley, Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice (January 2019) [SSRN]

William W. Buzbee, Agency Statutory Abnegation in the Deregulatory Playbook (January 2019) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Talia Bar & Brendan Costello, Predicting Administrative Patent Challenges (February 2019) [SSRN]

Joe Tomlinson & Byron Karemba, Tribunal Justice, Brexit, and Digitalisation: Immigration Appeals in the First-tier Tribunal (January 2019) [SSRN]

William Funk, The Future of Progressive Regulatory Reform – A Review and Critique of Two Proposals (January 2019) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Saule T. Omarova, The ‘Too Big To Fail’ Problem (January 2019) [SSRN]

Robert F. Weber, The FSOC’s Designation Program as a Case Study of the New Administrative Law of Financial Supervision (January 2019) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Alberto Alemanno, Beyond Consultations: Reimagining European Participatory Democracy (January 2019) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Lorenzo Casini, Global Administrative Law (February 2019) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (50th installment)

New Books

Florentin Blanc, From Chasing Violations to Managing Risks: Origins, Challenges and Evolutions in Regulatory Inspections (Edward Elgar, 2018) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Shu-Yi Oei & Leigh Osofsky, Beyond Notice-and-Comment: The Making of the § 199A Regulations (December 2018) [SSRN]

Mia Costa, Bruce A. Desmarais & John A. Hird, Public Comments’ Influence on Science Use in U.S. Rulemaking: The Case of EPA’s National Emission Standards, in American Review of Public Administration (2018) [SAGE Journals]


Judicial Review

Evan Fox-Decent & Alexander Pless, Dunsmuir and Jurisdiction (December 2018) [SSRN]

Jennifer Mascott, Gundy v. United States: Reflections on the Court and the State of the Nondelegation Doctrine (November 2018) [SSRN]

P. Y. Lo & Albert H. Y. Chen, The Judicial Perspective of ‘Separation of Powers’ in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (November 2018) [SSRN]

Mark Mancini, Two Myths of Administrative Law (October 2018) [SSRN]

Stephen Daly & Joe Tomlinson, Administrative Inconsistency in the Courts (October 2018) [SSRN]

Lisa Marshall Manheim & Kathryn A. Watts, Reviewing Presidential Orders (October 2018) [SSRN]

Natalie Salmanowitz & Holger Spamann, Does the Supreme Court Really Not Apply Chevron When It Should? (September 2018) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Michael A. Livermore & Daniel Richardson, Administrative Law for an Era of Partisan Volatility (November 2018) [SSRN]

Alberto Gonzales, Presidential Powers, Immunities, and Pardons (November 2018) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Richard K. Neumann, Why Congress Drafts Gibberish — With Illustrations Concerning Threats to Fire a Special Counsel, Presidential Tax Audits, and Obstruction of Justice Statutes (November 2018) [SSRN]

Mark Mancini, Statutory Interpretation From the ‘Stratasphere’: Recent Federal Court of Appeal Cases (October 2018) [SSRN]

Stephen Daly, Scott v HMRC: Principles, Policies and Interpretation (October 2018) [SSRN]

David Schoenbrod, Statutory Junk (October 2018) [SSRN]

Dale Smith, What is Statutory Purpose? (October 2018) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Saskia Lavrijssen, Independence, Regulatory Competences and the Accountability of National Regulatory Authorities (November 2018) [SSRN]

Robin J. Kempf & Jessica C. Cabrera, The De Facto Independence of Federal Offices of Inspector General, in American Review of Public Administration (2018) [SAGE Journals]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Sharon Yadin, Regulatory Shaming (December 2018) [SSRN]

Caroline Cecot, Deregulatory Cost-Benefit Analysis and Regulatory Stability (December 2018) [SSRN]

D. Bruce Johnsen, A Coasean Approach to Cost-Benefit Analysis (November 2018) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese & David Lehr, Transparency and Algorithmic Governance (November 2018) [SSRN]

Wolfgang Alschner & John Mark Keyes, Measuring Prescriptivity in Canadian Regulations (November 2018) [SSRN]

Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar & Jerry Louis Mashaw, Regulatory Decision-Making and Economic Analysis (October 2018) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Jacint Jordana, Xavier Fernández-i-Marín & Andrea C. Bianculli, Agency proliferation and the globalization of the regulatory state: Introducing a data set on the institutional features of regulatory agencies, 12 Regulation & Governance 524-540 (2018) [Wiley Online]

Rob Brown, The citizen and trust in the (trustworthy) state, in Public Policy and Administration (November 2018) [SAGE Journals]

Jonathan Hammond et al., Autonomy, accountability, and ambiguity in arm’s-length meta-governance: the case of NHS England, in Public Management Review (November 2018) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Robert Thomas & Joe Tomlinson, A Different Tale of Judicial Power: Administrative Review as a Problematic Response to the Judicialisation of Tribunals (November 2018) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Albert Lin, President Trump’s War on Regulatory Science (October 2018) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Steven L. Schwarcz, Conclusion—Closing Perspectives on Regulating Systemic Risk (November 2018) [SSRN]

Paul L. Davies, Financial Stability and the Global Influence of EU Law (November 2018) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Alberto Alemanno, Better Regulation: Holding the European Commission Accountable? (November 2018) [SSRN]

Peter L. Lindseth, The Democratic Disconnect, the Power-Legitimacy Nexus, and the Future of EU Governance (November 2018) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (49th installment)

New Books

Karen Lee, The Legitimacy and Responsiveness of Industry Rule-making (Hart Publishing, 2018) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Kate Glover Berger, Diagnosing Administrative Law: A Comment on Clyde River and Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (2018) [SSRN]

Ben Worthy, ‘Three Harmless Words’: New Labour and Freedom of Information (August 2018) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Cass R. Sunstein, Chevron As Law (September 2018) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, Chevron Without Chevron (September 2018) [SSRN]

Will Bateman & Leighton McDonald, The Normative Structure of Australian Administrative Law (August 2018) [SSRN]

Wei Cui, Jie Cheng & Dominika Wiesner, Judicial Review of Government Actions in China (August 2018) [SSRN]

Caleb Nelson, ‘Standing’ and Remedial Rights in Administrative Law (August 2018) [SSRN]

Peter L. Strauss, A Softer, Simpler View of Chevron (August 2018) [SSRN]

Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, Chevron’s Political Domain: W(h)ither Step Three? (August 2018) [SSRN]

Maria Ponomarenko, Administrative Rationality Review (July 2018) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Richard J. Pierce, How Should the U.S. Public Law System React to President Trump? (August 2018) [SSRN]

Richard J. Pierce, Should the Court Change the Scope of the Removal Power? (August 2018) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Andrew Edgar & Rayner Thwaites, Implementing Treaties in Domestic Law: Translation, Enforcement and Administrative Law (September 2018) [SSRN]

Nicholas Bryner, An Ecological Theory of Statutory Interpretation (August 2018) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Miriam Seifter, Understanding State Agency Independence (August 2018) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Sean Farhang, Legislating for Litigation: Delegation, Public Policy, and Democracy (October 2018) [SSRN]

Elizabeth G. Porter & Kathryn A. Watts, Visual Rulemaking (September 2018) [SSRN]

Richard L. Revesz, Congress and the Executive: Challenging the Anti-Regulatory Narrative (September 2018) [SSRN]

Blake Emerson, The Claims of Official Reason: Administrative Guidance on Social Inclusion (September 2018) [SSRN]

Kate Glover Berger, The Constitution of the Administrative State (September 2018) [SSRN]

Rory Van Loo, Technology Regulation by Default: Platforms, Privacy, and the CFPB (August 2018) [SSRN]

Timothy D. Lytton, Technical Standards in Health & Safety Regulation: Risk Regimes, the New Administrative Law, and Food Safety Governance (August 2018) [SSRN]

Jennifer Nou & Edward Stiglitz, Regulatory Bundling (August 2018) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Marion Oswald, Algorithm-Assisted Decision-Making in the Public Sector: Framing the Issues Using Administrative Law Rules Governing Discretionary Power (August 2018) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

Ashwini Vasanthakumar, Privatising Border Control, 38(3) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 411 (2018) [Oxford Academic]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Stephen M. Johnson, Indeconstructible: The Triumph of the Environmental ‘Administrative State’ (August 2018) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Steven L. Schwarcz, Systematic Regulation of Systemic Risk (September 2018) [SSRN]

Natasha Sarin, The Salience Theory of Consumer Financial Regulation (September 2018) [SSRN]

John Crawford, Resolution Triggers for Systemically Important Financial Institutions (September 2018) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Rishi Gulati, An International Administrative Procedural Law of Fair Trial: Reality or Rhetoric? (July 2018) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (47th installment)

New Books

Anne Twomey, The Veiled Sceptre: Reserve Powers of Heads of State in Westminster Systems (Cambridge University Press, 2018) [Website]

Paul Tucker, Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulatory State (Princeton University Press, 2018) [Website]

Pauline Westerman, Outsourcing the Law: A Philosophical Perspective on Regulation (Edward Elgar, 2018) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Louis J. Virelli & Ellen S. Podgor, Secret Policies (May 2018) [SSRN]

Robert R. Kuehn, Addressing Bias in Administrative Environmental Decisions (May 2018) [SSRN]

Randy Beck, Promoting Executive Accountability Through Qui Tam Legislation (April 2018) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

The Hon Joseph T Robertson QC, Administrative Deference: The Canadian Doctrine That Continues to Disappoint (May 2018) [SSRN]

Amanda Sapienza, Judicial Review of Non-Statutory Executive Action: Australia and the United Kingdom Reunited? (April 2018) [SSRN]

Jason N. E. Varuhas, Administrative Law and Rights in the UK House of Lords and Supreme Court (April 2018) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker, Administrative Law Without Courts (April 2018) [SSRN]

David M. Driesen, Judicial Review of Executive Orders’ Rationality (April 2018) [SSRN]

Mark Seidenfeld, The Long Shadow of Judicial Review (April 2018) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Erik M. Jensen, The Foreign Emoluments Clause (May 2018) [SSRN]

Yan Campagnolo, The Political Legitimacy of Cabinet Secrecy (May 2018) [SSRN]

Mark Seidenfeld, A Process-Based Approach to Presidential Exit (April 2018) [SSRN]

Josh Blackman, Presidential Speech (April 2018) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Adam Perry, Strained Interpretations (May 2018) [SSRN]

Abbe R. Gluck & Richard A. Posner, Statutory Interpretation on the Bench: A Survey of Forty-Two Judges on the Federal Courts of Appeals (May 2018) [SSRN]

Jarrod Shobe, Agency Legislative History (May 2018) [SSRN]

Anya Bernstein, Democratizing Interpretation (April 2018) [SSRN]



Justin Weinstein-Tull, State Bureaucratic Undermining (May 2018) [SSRN]

Huyen Pham & Van H. Pham, Subfederal Immigration Regulation and the Trump Effect (May 2018) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Peter Conti-Brown & David T. Zaring, The Foreign Affairs of the Federal Reserve (May 2018) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Jude Browne, The Regulatory Gift: Politics, regulation and governance, in Regulation & Governance (May 2018) [Wiley Online]

Iris H-Y Chiu, An Institutional Theory of Corporate Regulation (May 2018) [SSRN]

Jerry Ellig, Why and How Independent Agencies Should Conduct Regulatory Impact Analysis (April 2018) [SSRN]

Anthony Niblett, Regulatory Reform in Ontario: Machine Learning and Regulation (April 2018) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Rory Van Loo, Regulatory Police (May 2018) [SSRN]

Tapas Kundu & Tore Nilssen, Delegation of Regulation (April 2018) [SSRN]

K. Sabeel Rahman, Reconstructing the Administrative State in an Era of Economic and Democratic Crisis (April 2018) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Herwig C.H. Hofmann, Delegation, Discretion and the Duty of Care in the Case Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (April 2018) [SSRN]


Comparative Administrative Law

Giacinto della Cananea, The ‘Common Core’ of Administrative Laws in Europe: A Research Agenda (May 2018) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Articles on Administrative Law & Regulation (45th installment)

Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Gillian E. Metzger & Kevin M. Stack, Internal Administrative Law (February 2018) [SSRN]

David Pozen, Transparency’s Ideological Drift (February 2018) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Kent H. Barnett, Christina L. Boyd & Christopher J. Walker, Administrative Law’s Political Dynamics (March 2018) [SSRN]

F. Andrew Hessick, Remedial Chevron (March 2018) [SSRN]

Tara Leigh Grove, Government Standing and the Fallacy of Institutional Injury (March 2018) [SSRN]

Michael Kagan, Chevron’s Liberty Exception (February 2018) [SSRN]

Matthew J Dowd & Jonathan Stroud, Standing to Appeal at the Federal Circuit: Appellants, Appellees, and Intervenors (February 2018) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Matthew J. Steilen, How to Think Constitutionally About Prerogative: A Study of Early American Usage (March 2018) [SSRN]

Bijal Shah, Congress’s Agency Coordination (March 2018) [SSRN]

Daniel Walters, The Self-Delegation False Alarm: Analyzing Auer Deference’s Effect on Agency Rules (March 2018) [SSRN]

Jennifer Raso, Tranchemontagne and the Administration of Rights: Lessons from the Game of Jurisdiction (March 2018) [SSRN]

Kathryn E. Kovacs, Rules or Rulers? The Rise of the Unitary Executive (March 2018) [SSRN]

Daphna Renan, Presidential Norms and Article II (February 2018) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker & Melissa F. Wasserman, The New World of Agency Adjudication (March 2018) [SSRN]

Laurence Claus, The Divided Executive (February 2018) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl, Statutory Interpretation and the Rest of the Iceberg: Divergences between the Lower Federal Courts and the Supreme Court (March 2018) [SSRN]

Amy Semet, An Empirical Examination of Agency Statutory Interpretation (March 2018) [SSRN]

Neomi Rao, Why Congress Matters: The Collective Congress in the Structural Constitution (March 2018) [SSRN]

Ellen P. Aprill & Daniel Jacob Hemel, The Tax Legislative Process: A Byrd’s Eye View (February 2018) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Alketa Peci & Osvaldo Cristian Rudloff Pulgar, Autonomous bureaucrats in independent bureaucracies? Loyalty perceptions within supreme audit institutions, in Public Management Review (February 2018) [Taylor & Francis Online]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Richard L. Revesz, Regulation and Distribution (March 2018) [SSRN]

Robert L. Glicksman & David L. Markell, Unraveling the Administrative State: Mechanism Choice, Key Actors, and Regulatory Tools (February 2018) [SSRN]

Sarah E. Light, Regulatory Horcruxes (February 2018) [SSRN]

W. Kip Viscusi, Pricing Lives: International Guideposts for Safety (February 2018) [SSRN]

Emily Cauble, Exploiting Regulatory Inconsistencies (February 2018) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Alasdair S. Roberts, Strategies for Governing: The Foundation of Public Administration (February 2018) [SSRN]

Claudio M. Radaelli, Regulatory indicators in the European Union and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: Performance assessment, organizational processes, and learning, in Public Policy and Administration (February 2018) [SAGE Journals]


The Public/Private Divide

Orr Karassin & Oren Perez, Shifting between Public and Private: The Reconfiguration of Global Environmental Regulation (February 2018) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Ceri Ailsa Warnock & Ole W. Pedersen, Environmental Adjudication: Mapping the Spectrum and Identifying the Fulcrum (February 2018) [SSRN]

Huiyu Zhao & Robert V. Percival, Comparative Environmental Governance in China and the United States: Federalism in an Era of Globalism (2017) [SSRN]

Robert V. Percival, Environmental Laws (2017) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Articles on Administrative Law & Regulation (43rd installment)

New Books

Colleen M. Flood, Lorne Sossin, Administrative Law in Context, 3rd Edition (Emond, 2017) [Website]

Miroslava Scholten & Michiel Luchtman (eds.), Law Enforcement by EU Authorities: Implications for Political and Judicial Accountability (Edward Elgar, 2017) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Cary Coglianese & Gabriel Scheffler, What Congress’s Repeal Efforts Can Teach Us About Regulatory Reform (November 2017) [SSRN]

Aaron Nielson, Optimal Ossification (November 2017) [SSRN]

Kent Roach, Ontario’s Bill 175 on Policing: Improved Accountability but Lagging Governance (November 2017) [SSRN]

Emily S. Bremer & Sharon Jacobs, Agency Innovation in Vermont Yankee’s White Space (November 2017) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Kent H. Barnett & Christopher J. Walker, Chevron Step Two’s Domain (December 2017) [SSRN]

Edward Clark, Reasonably Unified: The Hidden Convergence of Standards of Review in the Wake of Baker (December 2017) [SSRN]

Michael B. Rappaport, Classical Liberal Administrative Law in a Progressive World (December 2017) [SSRN]

Adam Perry, Plan B: A Theory of Judicial Review (November 2017) [SSRN]

Jonathan H. Adler, Auer Evasions (November 2017) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Jill E. Family, Immigration Law Allies and Administrative Law Adversaries (December 2017) [SSRN]

Curtis A. Bradley & Jack Landman Goldsmith III, Presidential Control Over International Law (November 2017) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Sophia Z. Lee, From the History to the Theory of Administrative Constitutionalism (2017) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Evan Fox-Decent, New Frontiers of Public Fiduciary Law (December 2017) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, Book Review: Comparative Administrative Law and Political Structure (December 2017) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, Lucia A. Reisch & Julius Rauber, A World-Wide Consensus on Nudging? Not Quite, But Almost (2017) [SSRN]

Bethany Davis Noll & Denise Grab, Deregulation: Process and Procedures That Govern Agency Decisionmaking in An Era of Rollbacks (November 2017) [SSRN]

Hannah Jacobs Wiseman, Regulatory Triage in a Volatile Political Era (November 2017) [SSRN]

Gregory Mitchell, Libertarian Nudges (November 2017) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Phil Weiser, Entrepreneurial Administration (November 2017) [SSRN]

Mila Sohoni, A Bureaucracy — If You Can Keep it (November 2017) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Nathalie J. Chalifour & Jessica Earle, Feeling the Heat: Climate Litigation Under the Charter’s Right to Life, Liberty and Security of the Person (November 2017) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Matthias Breuer, How Does Financial-Reporting Regulation Affect Market-Wide Resource Allocation? (November 2017) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Articles on Administrative Law & Regulation (42nd installment)

New Books

Athanasios Psygkas, From the “Democratic Deficit” to a “Democratic Surplus”: Constructing Administrative Democracy in Europe (Oxford University Press, 2017) [Website]

Maria Weimer & Anniek de Ruijter (eds.), Regulating Risks in the European Union: The Co-production of Expert and Executive Power (Hart, 2017) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Janina Boughey & Greg Weeks, Government Accountability As a ‘Constitutional Value’ (October 2017) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Richard W. Murphy, Abandon Chevron and Modernize Stare Decisis for the Administrative State (November 2017) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Chevron’s Interstitial Steps (October 2017) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein & Adrian Vermeule, The Morality of Administrative Law (October 2017) [SSRN]

Ronald M. Levin, Making Sense of Issue Exhaustion in Rulemaking (October 2017) [SSRN]

Yan Campagnolo, A Rational Approach to Cabinet Immunity Under the Common Law (October 2017) [SSRN]

Lorne Sossin, The Complexity of Coherence: Justice Lebel’s Administrative Law (2017) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Curtis A. Bradley, Exiting Congressional-Executive Agreements (October 2017) [SSRN]

David L. Noll, Deregulating Arbitration (October 2017) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, The Emptiness of Decisional Limits: Reconceiving Presidential Control of the Administrative State (2017) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

John Mark Keyes & Carol Diamond, Constitutional Inconsistency in Legislation—Interpretation and the Ambiguous Role of Ambiguity (October 2017) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker, Restoring Congress’s Role in the Modern Administrative State (October 2017) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Gillian E. Metzger, 1930s Redux: The Administrative State Under Siege, 131 Harv. L. Rev. 1 (2017) [Harvard Law Review]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Adam M. Dodek & Emily Alderson, Risk Regulation for the Legal Profession (September 2017) [SSRN]

Robert L. Rabin, Pathways to Auto Safety: Assessing the Role of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (2017) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Daniel E. Ho & Sam David Sherman, Managing Street-Level Arbitrariness: The Evidence Base for Public Sector Quality Improvement (October 2017) [SSRN]

Giacomo Manetti, Marco Bellucci & Luca Bagnoli, Stakeholder Engagement and Public Information Through Social Media: A Study of Canadian and American Public Transportation Agencies, 47(8) American Review of Public Administration, pp. 991-1009 [SAGE journals]

Benjamin Y. Clark &Tatyana S. Guzman, Does Technologically Enabled Citizen Participation Lead to Budget Adjustments? An Investigation of Boston, MA, and San Francisco, CA, 47(8) American Review of Public Administration, pp. 945 – 961 [SAGE journals]

Jurgita Šiugždinienė, Eglė Gaulė & Rimantas Rauleckas, In search of smart public governance: the case of Lithuania, International Review of Administrative Sciences (October 2017) [SAGE journals]

Dan Moore, Engagement with Human Rights by Administrative Decision-Makers: Building a More Grassroots Human Rights Culture (October 2017) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Elizabeth Glass Geltman, Environmental Health Regulation in the Trump Era: How President Trump’s 2-for-1 Regulatory Plan Impacts Environmental Regulation (November 2017) [SSRN]

Elizabeth Glass Geltman, The New Anti-Federalism: Late Term Obama Environmental Regulations and the Rise of Trump (October 2017) [SSRN]

Daniel A. Farber & Cinnamon Piñon Carlarne, Climate Change Law (October 2017) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Hilary J. Allen, A US Regulatory Sandbox? (October 2017) [SSRN]

Anil K. Kashyap, Dimitrios P. Tsomocos & Alexandros Vardoulakis, Optimal Bank Regulation in the Presence of Credit and Run Risk (October 2017) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Peter L. Lindseth, Reflections on the ‘Administrative, Not Constitutional’ Character of EU Law in Times of Crisis (October 2017) [SSRN]


[Scholarship] New Articles on Administrative Law & Regulation (41st installment)

New Books

Stefan E. Weishaar, Niels Philipsen & Wenming Xu (eds.), Regulatory Reform in China and the EU: A Law and Economics Perspective (Edward Elgar, 2017) [Website]

Oliver James, Sebastian R. Jilke & Gregg G. Van Ryzin (eds.), Experiments in Public Management Research: Challenges and Contributions (Cambridge University Press, 2017) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Seth F. Kreimer, The Ecology of Transparency Reloaded (September 2017) [SSRN]

Amy Baker Benjamin, The Many Faces of Secrecy (September 2017) [SSRN]

Yseult Marique & Emmanuel Slautsky, Freedom of Information in France – Law and Practice (September 2017) [SSRN]

Margaret B. Kwoka, First-Person FOIA (September 2017) [SSRN]

Emily S. Bremer, Designing the Decider (September 2017) [SSRN]

Athanasios Psygkas, From the ‘Democratic Deficit’ to a ‘Democratic Surplus’: Constructing Administrative Democracy in Europe (September 2017) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Evan Fox-Decent & Alexander Pless, The Charter and Administrative Law Part I: Procedural Fairness (September 2017) [SSRN]

Evan Fox-Decent & Alexander Pless, The Charter and Administrative Law Part II: Substantive Review (September 2017) [SSRN]

Aileen McHarg, Administrative Discretion, Administrative Rule-Making and Judicial Review (September 2017) [SSRN]

David E. Adelman & Robert L. Glicksman, Presidential Politics and Judicial Review (September 2017) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker, Attacking Auer and Chevron Deference: A Literature Review (September 2017) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Eric E. Johnson, Agencies and Science-Experiment Risk (2017) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Sande Buhai, Statutory Damages (September 2017) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Cary Coglianese, Improving Regulatory Analysis at Independent Agencies (September 2017) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Hanoch Dagan & Roy Kreitner, The Bureaucrats of Private Law (September 2017) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, Misconceptions About Nudges (September 2017) [SSRN]

Jaye Ellis, The Role of Translation in Transnational Governance (2017) [SSRN]

Eyal Zamir & Doron Teichman, Behavioral Law and Economics: Administrative, Constitutional, and International Law (September 2017) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Gianluca Sgueo, Gamification, Participatory Democracy and Engaged Public(S) (September 2017) [SSRN]

Robert F. Durant & David H. Rosenbloom, The Hollowing of American Public Administration, 47(7) The American Review of Public Administration 719 (2017) [SAGE Journals]

Joe Tomlinson, A Primer on the Digitisation of Administrative Tribunals (September 2017) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

Evan J. Criddle & Evan Fox-Decent, Guardians of Legal Order: The Dual Commissions of Public Fiduciaries (September 2017) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Robert Fischman & Lydia Barbash-Riley, Empirical Environmental Law Scholarship (2017) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Iris H-Y Chiu, A Rational Regulatory Strategy for Governing Financial Innovation (September 2017) [SSRN]

Hossein Nabilou & André Prüm, Shadow Banking in Europe: Idiosyncrasies and Their Implications for Financial Regulation (September 2017) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Deliberative Trade Policy: Rethinking Global Governance of International Trade (September 2017) [SSRN]


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