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]