Posts in "New Scholarship Series" category

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (60th installment)

New Books

Edward H. Stiglitz, The Reasoning State (CUP, 2022) [Website]

Despoina Mantzari, Courts, Regulators, and the Scrutiny of Economic Evidence (OUP, 2022) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Richard L. Revesz & Max Sarinsky, Regulatory Antecedents and the Major Questions Doctrine (May 2023) [SSRN]

Rebecca S. Eisenberg & Nina A. Mendelson, The Not-So-Standard Model: Reconsidering Agency-Head Review of Administrative Adjudication Decisions (May 2023) [SSRN]

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia & Christopher J. Walker, Assessing Visions of Democracy in Regulatory Policymaking (May 2023) [SSRN]

David Schleicher & Roderick M. Hills, Jr., Local Legislatures and Delegation (May 2023) [SSRN]

Aram A. Gavoor & Steven Platt, U.S. Department of Justice Executive Branch Engagement on Litigating the Administrative Procedure Act (April 2023) [SSRN]

Joshua D. Blank & Leigh Osofsky, Democratizing Administrative Law (April 2023) [SSRN]

Jim Rossi & Kevin M. Stack, Representative Rulemaking (April 2023) [SSRN]

Evan D. Bernick, Movement Administrative Procedure (February 2023) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Jason N. E. Varuhas, The Principles of Legality in Aotearoa New Zealand (May 2023) [SSRN]

Oren Tamir, Getting Right What’s Wrong with the Major Questions Doctrine (May 2023) [SSRN]

Jody Freeman & Matthew Stephenson, The Anti-democratic Major Questions Doctrine (April 2023) [SSRN]

Jack Michael Beermann, The Anti-Innovation Supreme Court: Major Questions, Delegation, Chevron and More (April 2023) [SSRN]

Erica N. White, Overcoming the Major Questions Doctrine with Federal Public Health Authorities (April 2023) [SSRN]

Jed Handelsman Shugerman, Major Questions and an Emergency Question Doctrine: The Biden Student Debt Case Study of Pretextual Abuse of Emergency Powers (April 2023) [SSRN]

Jason N. E. Varuhas, The Interdependence of Process and Substance: Facts, Evidence and the Changing Nature of Judicial Review (April 2023) [SSRN]

Ronald M. Levin, The Major Questions Doctrine: Unfounded, Unbounded, and Confounded (March 2023) [SSRN]

Scott A. Schumacher, Taxes, Administrative Law, and Agency Expertise: Questioning the Orthodoxy (March 2023) [SSRN]

Cade Mallett, Judicial Review of Administrative Action Based on AI (March 2023) [SSRN]

Michael B. Rappaport, Chevron and Originalism: Why Chevron Deference Cannot Be Grounded in the Original Meaning of the Administrative Procedure Act (February 2023) [SSRN]

Daniel Walters, The Major Questions Doctrine at the Boundaries of Interpretive Law (February 2023) [SSRN]

Shiling Xiao & Yang Lin, Judicial Review of Administrative Rules in China: Incremental Expansion of Judicial Power (February 2023) [SSRN]

Thomas Koenig & Ben Pontz, The Roberts Court’s Functionalist Turn in Administrative Law (February 2023) [SSRN]

Haiyun Damon-Feng, Administrative Reliance (February 2023) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker & Scott MacGuidwin, Interpreting the Administrative Procedure Act: A Literature Review (February 2023) [SSRN]

Emily Hammond, ‘Constitutionalisation’ and Australian Judicial Review (January 2023) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Thomas M. Poole, Prerogative (April 2023) [SSRN]

Gary Lawson, Command and Control: Operationalizing the Unitary Executive (April 2023) [SSRN]

Conor Casey & David Kenny, The Risk and Rewards Of Ireland’s Leviathan: Rule Of Law Values and the Irish Executive’s Crisis Response To COVID-19 (April 2023) [SSRN]

Alan Z. Rozenshtein, The Virtuous Executive (March 2023) [SSRN]

Christine Kexel Chabot, The President’s Approval Power (February 2023) [SSRN]

Matthew Calabrese, Deciding Without an Appointment: Examining the Appointments Clause and Administrative Arbitration (January 2023) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Brian D. Feinstein, Congress Is An It: A New View of Legislative History (April 2023) [SSRN]

Anita S. Krishnakumar, The Common Law as Statutory Backdrop (February 2023) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Brian D. Feinstein & David T. Zaring, Disappearing Commissioners (March 2023) [SSRN]

Matthew Groves & Greg Weeks, Tribunal Justice and Politics in Australia: The Rise and Fall of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (April 2023) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Aaron L. Nielson & Christopher J. Walker, The Early Years of Congress’s Anti-Removal Power (May 2023) [SSRN]

Joshua Macey & Brian Richardson, Checks, Not Balances (March 2023) [SSRN]

Jan P. Vogler, Bureaucracies in Historical Political Economy (February 2023) [SSRN]

Aditya Bamzai, Alexander Hamilton, the Nondelegation Doctrine, and the Creation of the United States (January 2023) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Elena Chachko, Toward Regulatory Isolationism? The International Elements of Agency Power (May 2023) [SSRN]

Marina Lao, The Major Questions Doctrine, FTC Rulemaking, and Rulemaking on Noncompete Clauses (May 2023) [SSRN]

Richard L. Revesz & Burcin Unel, Just Regulation: Improving Distributional Analysis in Agency Rulemaking (May 2023) [SSRN]

Daniel J. Hemel, The Equality-Equity Dilemma in Cost-Benefit Analysis (May 2023) [SSRN]

David A. Weisbach, Regulatory Trading (April 2023) [SSRN]

Erika Douglas, Constructing the Digital Regulatory Ecosystem: Agency Collaboration (April 2023) [SSRN]

Chris Brummer, Yesha Yadav & David T. Zaring, Regulation by Enforcement (April 2023) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, How Binding are Binding Guidelines? An Analytical Framework (March 2023) [SSRN]

Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Nudges, Defaults, and the Problem of Constructed Preferences (March 2023) [SSRN]

Gary Lawson & Joseph Postell, Against the Chenery II “Doctrine” (March 2023) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Cary Coglianese, Regulating Machine Learning: The Challenge of Heterogeneity (May 2023) [SSRN]

Carol Harlow & Richard Rawlings, Populism and Administrative Law (April 2023) [SSRN]

Emily S. Bremer, Power Corrupts (April 2023) [SSRN]

Bijal Shah, Administrative Subordination (April 2023) [SSRN]

Jacques Ziller, An Impact of Public Management Concepts on Civil Service Regimes? (April 2023) [SSRN]

Slobodan Tomic, Regulatory Inspection and Public Audit (March 2023) [SSRN]

Yiran Zhang, The Care Bureaucracy (March 2023) [SSRN]

Joshua D. Blank & Leigh Osofsky, Automated Legal Guidance at Federal Agencies (March 2023) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Dayna Nadine Scott, Impact Assessment in the Ring of Fire: Contested Authorities, Competing Visions and a Clash of Legal Orders (May 2023) [SSRN]

William W. Buzbee, The Antiregulatory Arsenal, Antidemocratic Can(n)ons, and the Waters Wars (May 2023) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Public Participation and Environmental Regulation: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges (April 2023) [SSRN]

Richard Lazarus, The Scalia Court: Environmental Law’s Wrecking Crew Within The Supreme Court (March 2023) [SSRN]

Richard Lazarus, Justice Breyer’s Friendly Legacy for Environmental Law (March 2023) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Merijn Chamon & Nathan de Arriba-Sellier, FBF: On the Justiciability of Soft Law and Broadening the Discretion of EU Agencies (May 2023) [SSRN]

Lucas Schramm,Ulrich Krotz,Bruno De Witte, Building ‘Next Generation’ after the pandemic: The implementation and implications of the EU Covid Recovery Plan, Journal of Common Market Studies (July 2022) [Wiley Online]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (59th installment)

Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Emily S. Bremer, The Undemocratic Roots of Agency Rulemaking (March 2022) [SSRN]

Edward Stiglitz, Reason-Giving and Rent-Seeking (March 2022) [SSRN]

Louis J. Virelli, Recusal in Administrative Adjudication (March 2022) [SSRN]

Adira Levine, FOIA Disclosure and the Supreme Court (2022) [SSRN]

Patrick Corcoran, Preserving Democratic Legitimacy in the Application of A.I. to Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking (February 2022) [SSRN]

Dominique Custos, “Some food for comparative thinking on the disclosure of reasons for administrative action: using comparative lenses to examine the French law of giving reasons”, British Association of Comparative Law (BACL) Blog(November 2021) [Website]


Judicial Review

Paul Daly, The Administrative State after the Carbon Tax References (April 2022) [SSRN]

Desiree LeClercq, Judicial Review of Emergency Administration (April 2022) [SSRN]

Janina Boughey & Anne Carter, Constitutional Freedoms and Statutory Executive Powers (March 2022) [SSRN]

Derek McKee, The Boundaries of Judicial Review Since Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses v. Wall (March 2022) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, Varying Intensity of Judicial Review: A Conceptual Analysis (March 2022) [SSRN]

Carmelle Dieleman, Accommodating Rights in Administrative Law: A Critique of the Doré/Loyola Framework (March 2022) [SSRN]

Goutham Shivshankar, The Challenges of Administrative Law Review in the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Case of India (March 2022) [SSRN]

Leighton McDonald, Thinking about Doctrine in Administrative Law (March 2022) [SSRN]

Adam Perry, Consistency in Administrative Law (February 2022) [SSRN]

Farrah Ahmed, The Delegation Theory of Judicial Review (2021) [SSRN]


Executive Department

David M. Driesen, Appointment and Removal (April 2022) [SSRN]

Brian D. Feinstein & Abby K. Wood, Divided Agencies (April 2022) [SSRN]

Nicholas Bednar, Bureaucratic Capacity in the Administrative Presidency (March 2022) [SSRN]

Todd Phillips, Commission Chairs (February 2022) [SSRN]

Blake Emerson, Executive (Administrative State) (February 2022) [SSRN]

Robert L. Glicksman & Richard E. Levy, The New Separation of Powers Formalism and Administrative Adjudication (February 2022) [SSRN]

Evan Caminker, Democracy, Distrust, and Presidential Immunities (February 2022) [SSRN]

Cristina M. Rodríguez, Regime Change, 135 Harv. L. Rev. 1 (2021) [SSRN]

Jennifer Nou, Constraining Executive Entrenchment (February 2022) [SSRN]

Jean Galbraith, The Runaway Presidential Power over Diplomacy (2022) [SSRN]

Aaron L. Nielson, Three Views of the Administrative State: Lessons from Collins v. Yellen (2021) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Jacob Bronsther & Guha Krishnamurthi, Optional Legislation (March 2022) [SSRN]

Kimberly L. Wehle & Jackson Garrity, Executive Accountability Legislation from Watergate to Trump–And Beyond (January 2022) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Brian D. Feinstein & Jennifer Nou, Submerged Independent Agencies (April 2022) [SSRN]

Christina Parajon Skinner & Carola Binder, The Legitimacy of the Federal Reserve (November 2021) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Paul P. Craig, Natural Justice in English Administrative Law: Continuity and Change from the 17th Century (March 2022) [SSRN]

Blake Emerson, ‘Policy’ in the Administrative Procedure Act: Implications for Delegation, Deference, and Democracy (March 2022) [SSRN]

Craig Green, Indian Affairs and Administrative Law (November 2021) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Cass R. Sunstein, Welfare Now (May 2022) [SSRN]

Aaron L. Nielson, What Happens If the FTC Becomes a Serious Rulemaker? (April 2022) [SSRN]

Avishalom Tor, The Law and Economics of Behavioral Regulation (April 2022) [SSRN]

Zachary D. Liscow & Daniel Markovits, Democratizing Behavioral Economics (April 2022) [SSRN]

Richard L. Revesz & Samantha Yi, Distributional Consequences and Regulatory Analysis (April 2022) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Maria Carreri & Luis R. Martinez, Fiscal Rules, Austerity in Public Administration, and Political Accountability: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Colombia (April 2022) [SSRN]

Yves Steinebach, Administrative traditions and the effectiveness of regulation, Journal of European Public Policy (April 2022) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Ming Hsu Chen & Daimeon Shanks, The New Normal: Regulatory Dysfunction as Policymaking (April 2022) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese & Alicia Lai, Assessing Automated Administration (April 2022) [SSRN]

Jordan Carr Peterson & Nicholas G. Napolio, Regulatory Productivity in Federal Administration: An Empirical Analysis of the Deep State (April 2022) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese & Alicia Lai, Algorithm vs. Algorithm (March 2022) [SSRN]

Albert Sanchez-Graells, Recent Developments in UK Public Procurement Regulation (March 2022) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Jennifer Raso and Joe Tomlinson, Administrative Law in the Digital World (March 2022) [SSRN]

Samuel Bagg, Fighting Power with Power: The Administrative State as a Weapon against Concentrated Private Power (February 2022) [SSRN]

Jennifer Nou & Julian Nyarko, Regulatory Diffusion (February 2022) [SSRN]

K. Jonathan Klüser, From bureaucratic capacity to legislation: how ministerial resources shape governments’ policy-making capabilities, West European Politics (February 2022) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Nissim Cohen, “Public Administration Reform and Political Will in Cases of Political Instability: Insights from the Israeli Experience.” Public Policy and Administration (January 2022) [SAGE Journals]

Amy Widman, Inclusive Agency Design (January 2022) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Mark Nevitt, Delegating Climate Authorities (April 2022) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Chen Li, Huanhuan Zheng, Yunbo Liu, The hybrid regulatory regime in turbulent times: The role of the state in China’s stock market crisis in 2015–2016, 16(2) Regulation & Governance 392 (2022) [Wiley Online]


EU Administrative Law

R. Daniel Kelemen & Tommaso Pavone, Where Have the Guardians Gone? Law Enforcement and the Politics of Supranational Forbearance in the European Union (February 2022) [SSRN]

Michael Kaeding, EU Agencies and Brexit: Assessing the Implications of Brexit for EU Agencies (January 2022) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Nadine Arnold, Accountability in transnational governance: The partial organization of voluntary sustainability standards in long-term account-giving, 16(2) Regulation & Governance 375 (2022) [Wiley Online]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (58th installment)

New Books

Susan Rose-Ackerman, Democracy and Executive Power: Policymaking Accountability in the US, the UK, Germany, and France (Yale University Press, 2021) [Website]

Paul Daly, Understanding Administrative Law in the Common Law World (Oxford University Press, 2021) [Website]

David Williamson & Gary Lynch-Wood, The Structure of Regulation: Explaining Why Regulation Succeeds and Fails (Edward Elgar, 2021) [Website]

Brian J. Cook, The Fourth Branch: Reconstructing the Administrative State for the Commercial Republic (University Press of Kansas) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Rebecca Williams, Rethinking Administrative Law for Algorithmic Decision Making, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2021 [Website]

W Wagner, W West, T Mcgarity, L Peters, Deliberative Rulemaking: An Empirical Study of Participation in Three Agency Programs, 73 Admin. L. Rev. 609 (2021) [Hein Online]

Janina Boughey, The Culture of Justification in Administrative Law: Rationales and Consequences (November 2021) [SSRN]

Benjamin Minhao Chen & Brian Libgober, Making Regulators Reasonable: Do Procedural Rationality Requirements Fix Cognitive Biases? (October 2021) [SSRN]

Jennifer Mascott, Oversight and Executive Privilege in the Context of Separated Powers (September 2021) [SSRN]

Margaret B. Kwoka & Michael Karanicolas, Overseeing Oversight (September 2021) [SSRN]

Amy Goudge, Administrative Law, Artificial Intelligence, and Procedural Rights (August 2021) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Paul Daly, Big Bang Theory: Vavilov’s New Framework for Substantive Review (January 2022) [SSRN]

Elad Gil, Rethinking Foreign Affairs Deference (January 2022) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Vavilov on the Road (December 2021) [SSRN]

Sheila M. Wildeman, Habeas Corpus Unbound (December 2021) [SSRN]

Lisa Heinzerling, Nondelegation on Steroids (December 2021) [SSRN]

Jacob Loshin & Aaron L. Nielson, Hiding Nondelegation in Mouseholes (December 2021) [SSRN]

Justin W. Aimonetti, Voigt Deference: Deferring to a State Agency’s Interpretation of a Federal Regulation (December 2021) [SSRN]

Gerard Kennedy, Wither the Divisional Court?: Looking at the Past, Analyzing the Present, and Querying the Future of Ontario’s Intermediary Appellate Court (December 2021) [SSRN]

Mikolaj Barczentewicz, Cart Challenges, Empirical Methods, and Effectiveness of Judicial Review (November 2021) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker & James Saywell, Remand and Dialogue in Administrative Law (October 2021) [SSRN]

Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov, Itay Cohen & Chani Koth, The Changing Role of Judicial Review during Prolonged Emergencies: The Israeli Supreme Court during COVID-19 (October 2021) [SSRN]

Fabrizio Cafaggi & Paola Iamiceli, Uncertainty, Administrative Decision Making and Judicial Review. The Courts’ Perspectives (October 2021) [SSRN]

Lisa Schultz Bressman & Kevin M. Stack, Chevron Is a Phoenix (September 2021) [SSRN]

Mark Aronson, Judicial Review of Administrative Action: Between Grand Theory and Muddling Through (September 2021) [SSRN]

Anthony Sangiuliano, The Dawn of Vavilov, the Twilight of Doré: Remedial Paths in Judicial Review of Rights-Affecting Administrative Decisions and the Unification of Canadian Public Law (August 2021) [SSRN]

James E. Pfander & Andrew Borrasso, Public Rights and Article III: Judicial Oversight of Agency Action (June 2021) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Nikolas Bowie & Daphna Renan, The Separation-of-Powers Counterrevolution (January 2022) [SSRN]

David Froomkin, Nondelegation Step Zero (January 2022) [SSRN]

Conor Casey, Political Executive Control of the Administrative State: How Much Is Too Much? (January 2022) [SSRN]

Christine Kexel Chabot, Interring the Unitary Executive (December 2021) [SSRN]

Jordan Carr Peterson, The Politicized Enforcement of Laws Criminalizing Executive Branch Conflicts of Interest (December 2021) [SSRN]

David Schneiderman, Parliamentarism and its Adversaries: Legislatures in an Era of Illiberal Executives (November 2021) [SSRN]

Marco Rizzi & Tamara Tulich, All Bets on the Executive(s)! The Australian Response to COVID-19 (October 2021) [SSRN]

Tom Ginsburg, Aziz Z. Huq & David Landau, The Law of Democratic Disqualification (October 2021) [SSRN]

David L. Noll, Administrative Sabotage (September 2021) [SSRN]

Barry Sullivan, Reforming the Office of Legal Counsel (July 2021) [SSRN]

Claire O. Finkelstein & Richard W. Painter, Presidential Accountability and the Rule of Law: Can the President Claim Immunity If He Shoots Someone on Fifth Avenue? (July 2021) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Ronald M. Levin, The Evolving APA and the Originalist Challenge (November 2021) [SSRN]

Grégoire Webber, Notwithstanding Rights, Review, or Remedy? On the Notwithstanding Clause and the Operation of Legislation (October 2021) [SSRN]

Jody Freeman & Matthew Stephenson, The Untapped Potential of the Congressional Review Act (October 2021) [SSRN]

David Tan, Uncommon Legislative Attitudes: Why a Theory of Legislative Intent Needs Non-Trivial Aggregation (July 2021) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Jed Handelsman Shugerman, Removal of Context: Blackstone, Limited Monarchy, and the Limits of Unitary Originalism (January 2022) [SSRN]

Thomas G. W. Telfer, The New Bankruptcy ‘Detective Agency’? The Origins of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy in Great Depression Canada [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Yaniv Heled, Ana Santos Rutschman & Liza Vertinsky, Regulatory Reactivity: FDA and the Response to COVID-19 (December 2021) [SSRN]

Thomas W. Merrill, Public Nuisance as Risk Regulation (November 2021) [SSRN]

Michael Gmeiner & Robert Gmeiner, Regulation Enforcement (September 2021) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Desiree Klingler, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces: Reassessing the Costs and Benefits in Government Contracting (January 2022) [SSRN]

Leslie Book, Keith Fogg & Nina E. Olson, Reducing Administrative Burdens to Protect Taxpayer Rights (January 2022) [SSRN]

Douglas Sarro, Incentives, Experts, and Regulatory Renewal (December 2021) [SSRN]

Barbara Maria Piotrowska, Are Street-Level Bureaucrats Politically Impartial? (November 2021) [SSRN]

Hendrik Bruns & Yavor Paunov, Why Policymakers Should Be Transparent About the Behavioural Interventions They Use: A Systematic, Policy-Oriented Review (November 2021) [SSRN]

Kurt Glaze, Daniel E. Ho, Gerald K. Ray & Christine Tsang, Artificial Intelligence for Adjudication: The Social Security Administration and AI Governance (November 2021) [SSRN]

Ryan Calo, Modeling Through (October 2021) [SSRN]

Matthias Döring, “How-to Bureaucracy: A Concept of Citizens’ Administrative Literacy.” Administration & Society 53, no. 8 (September 2021): 1155–77 [SAGE Journals]

Philip S.C. Lewis & Linda Mulcahy, Government Lawyers: Technicians, Policy Shapers and Organisational Brakes (July 2021) [SSRN]

Matej Horvat, Wojciech Piatek, Lukáš Potěšil & Krisztina F. Rozsnyai, Public Administration’s Adaptation to COVID-19 Pandemic – Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak Experience (June 2021) [SSRN]

Rachel Sachs, Encouraging Interagency Collaboration: Learning from COVID-19 (June 2021) [SSRN]

Law Commission of Ontario, Regulating AI: Critical Issues and Choices (June 2021) [SSRN]

Law Commission of Ontario, Legal Issues and Government AI Development (June 2021) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

Rohan Balani, Expanding the Scope for Judicial Deference in the Mixed-Government Era (July 2021) [SSRN]

Caroline Henckels, Arbitration Under Government Contracts and Government Accountability (July 2021) [SSRN]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Ricardo Pereira, Public Participation, Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights and Major Infrastructure Projects in the Amazon: The Case for a Human Rights Assessment Framework (June 2021) [SSRN]

Andrew Leach, The No More Pipelines Act? (June 2021) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Miroslava Scholten, Enforcement (December 2021) [SSRN]

Herwig C.H. Hofmann, An Introduction to Automated Decision-Making (ADM) and Cyber-Delegation in the Scope of EU Public Law (July 2021) [SSRN]

Paul P. Craig, The EU, the Member States and Damages Liability (July 2021) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Daniëlle van Osch, Rik de Ruiter & Kutsal Yesilkagit, An accountability deficit? Holding transgovernmental networks to account, Journal of European Public Policy (2021) [Taylor & Francis Online]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (56th installment)

New Books

Eric C. Ip, Judging Regulators: The Political Economy of Anglo-American Administrative Law (Edward Elgar, 2020) [Website]

Joseph Heath, The Machinery of Government: Public Administration and the Liberal State (Oxford University Press, 2020) [Website]

Mariolina Eliantonio & Caroline Cauffman (eds.), The Legitimacy of Standardisation as a Regulatory Technique: A Cross-disciplinary and Multi-level Analysis (Edward Elgar, 2020) [Website]

Dacian C. Dragos, Polonca Kovač, Hanna D. Tolsma (eds.), The Sound of Silence in European Administrative Law (Palgrave, 2020) [Website]

Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault, Sridhar Venkatapuram (eds.),Vulnerable: The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19 (University of Ottawa Press, 2020) [Website]

Jud Mathews, U.S. Administrative Law (2020) [SSRN]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Robin Effron, The Invisible Circumstances of Notice (December 2020) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker & Matthew Wiener, Agency Appellate Systems (November 2020) [SSRN]

Tom Hickman, Abracadabra Law-Making and Accountability to Parliament for the Coronavirus Regulations (November 2020) [SSRN]

Jonathan H. Choi, Legal Analysis, Policy Analysis, and the Price of Deference: An Empirical Study of Mayo and Chevron (November 2020) [SSRN]

Bridget C.E. Dooling, Into the Void: GAO’s Role in the Regulatory State (October 2020) [SSRN]

Caelesta Braun & Madalina Busuioc (2020) Stakeholder engagement as a conduit for regulatory legitimacy?, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1599-1611 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Christel Koop & Martin Lodge (2020) British economic regulators in an age of politicisation: from the responsible to the responsive regulatory state?, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1612-1635 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Dovilė Rimkutė (2020) Strategic silence or regulatory talk? Regulatory agency responses to public allegations amidst the glyphosate controversy, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1636-1656 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Simon Fink & Eva Ruffing (2020) Stakeholder consultations as reputation-building: a comparison of ACER and the German Federal Network Agency, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1657-1676 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Rik Joosen (2020) The tip of the iceberg – interest group behaviour in rule drafting and consultations during EU agency rulemaking, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1677-1697 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Stefano Pagliari & Kevin L. Young (2020) Exploring information exchange among interest groups: a text-reuse approach, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1698-1717 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Claire A Dunlop, Jonathan Kamkhaji, Claudio M Radaelli, Gaia Taffoni & Claudius Wagemann (2020) Does consultation count for corruption? The causal relations in the EU-28, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1718-1741 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Hanan Haber & Eva Heims (2020) Regulating with the masses? Mapping the spread of participatory regulation, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:11, 1742-1762 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Michael Sant’Ambrogio & Glen Staszewski, Democratizing Rule Development (2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Illuminating Regulatory Guidance (September 2020) [SSRN]

Oren Perez, Collaborative Е-Rulemaking, Democratic Bots, and the Future of Digital Democracy (September 2020) [SSRN]

Richard J. Pierce, Agency Adjudication: It Is Time to Hit the Reset Button (2020) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Alexandra Klein, Nondelegating Death (December 2020) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, On Overruling Chevron (November 2020) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, There Are Two ‘Major Question’ Doctrines (November 2020) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Governmental Power and COVID-19: The Limits of Judicial Review (November 2020) [SSRN]

Andy Yu, Delegated Legislation and the Charter (November 2020) [SSRN]

Edward Cottrill, Administrative ‘Determinations of Law’ and the Limits of Legal Pluralism After Vavilov (November 2020) [SSRN]

Emily Morgan & Michael Barsa, Presidential Administration, the Appearance of Corruption, and the Rule of Law: Can Courts Rein In Unlawful Executive Orders? (November 2020) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, The Appellate Standard of Review in Public Law Cases (October 2020) [SSRN]

Matthew B. Lawrence, Congress’ Domain: Appropriations, Time, and Chevron (October 2020) [SSRN]

Kristin E. Hickman & David Hahn, Categorizing Chevron (October 2020) [SSRN]

Kent H. Barnett, How Chevron Deference Fits Into Article III (October 2020) [SSRN]

Jonathan H. Adler, Delegation, Time and the Nondelegation Baseline (October 2020) [SSRN]

Lisa Heinzerling, Nondelegation on Stilts (October 2020) [SSRN]

Shaun Fluker, Vavilov and the Judicial Review of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Decisions in Canada (2020) [SSRN]

Michael Ramsden, ‘The Future of Wednesbury Unreasonableness in the Substantive Review of Administrative Discretion: A Hong Kong Perspective’ (October 2020) [SSRN]

Claudia Geiringer & Andrew Geddis, Judicial Deference and Emergency Power: A Perspective on Borrowdale V Director-General (October 2020) [SSRN]

Vincent Martenet, Judicial Deference to Administrative Interpretation of Statutes from a Comparative Perspective (September 2020) [SSRN]

David E. Adelman & Robert L. Glicksman, Judicial Ideology as a Check on Executive Power (September 2020) [SSRN]

Jonathan H. Adler & Christopher J. Walker, Nondelegation for the Delegators (September 2020) [SSRN]

Ricardo Perlingeiro, Administrative Functions of Implementation, Control of Administrative Decisions, and Protection of Rights (August 2020) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Jennifer Lee Koh, Executive Defiance and the Deportation State (December 2020) [SSRN]

Richard J. Pierce, Regulation in the Biden Administration (November 2020) [SSRN]

Frank O. Bowman III, Presidential Pardons and the Problem of Impunity (November 2020) [SSRN]

Rebecca Cho, Louis Cholden-Brown, Marcello Figueroa, Fordham Law Democracy Clinic Reports, Toward an Independent Administration of Justice: Proposals to Insulate the Department of Justice from Improper Political Interference (November 2020) [SSRN]

David Pozen & Kim Lane Scheppele, Executive Underreach, in Pandemics and Otherwise (October 2020) [SSRN]

Roy E. Brownell II, The Executive Branch’s Longstanding Embrace of Legislative Succession to the Presidency (October 2020) [SSRN]

John C. Harrison, Executive Discretion in Administering the Government’s Rights and the Delegation Problem (October 2020) [SSRN]

Lisa Marshall Manheim, Presidential Control Over Disputed Elections (September 2020) [SSRN]

Eloise Pasachoff, The President’s Budget Powers in the Trump Era (August 2020) [SSRN]

David Kenny & Conor Casey, The Resilience of Executive Dominance in Westminster Systems: Ireland 2016-2019 (2020) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Justin Levitt, Failed Elections and the Legislative Selection of Presidential Electors (November 2020) [SSRN]

Julian R. Murphy, Legislating in Language: Indigenous Languages in Parliamentary Debate, Legislation and Statutory Interpretation (November 2020) [SSRN]

Sean Farhang, Legislative Capacity and Administrative Power Under Divided Polarization (November 2020) [SSRN]

Grégoire Webber & Richard Ekins, Legislated Rights and Contemporary Constitutional Government (October 2020) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Why Write Statutes Which Some People Cannot Read? (October 2020) [SSRN]

Michaël Lessard, A Dynamic Judicial Approach to Diachronic Legislative Integrity (October 2020) [SSRN]

Antonios E. Kouroutakis, The Henry VIII Powers in the Brexit Process: Justification Subject to Political and Legal Safeguards (October 2020) [SSRN]

Ronan Cormacain & Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov, Global Legislative Responses to Coronavirus (October 2020) [SSRN]

Athanasios Psygkas, The United Kingdom’s Statutory Constitution (October 2020) [OJLS Website]


Administrative Independence

Seila Law and the Roberts Court (Articles by Josh Blackman, Jerry L. Mashaw, Jonathan H. Adler, Lisa Schultz Bressman, David A. Strauss, Markham S. Chenoweth & Michael P. DeGrandis, Patricia A. McCoy, John Harrison, Jack M. Beermann, and Timothy G. Duncheon & Richard L. Revesz), The University of Chicago Law Review Online (August 2020) [SSRN]

Ganesh Sitaraman, The Political Economy of the Removal Power, 134 Harv. L. Rev. 352 (2020) [HLR website]

Jonathan H. Adler, Conservative Minimalism and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (August 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Peter L. Strauss, How the Administrative State Got to This Challenging Place (November 2020) [SSRN]

Nicholas R. Parrillo, A Critical Assessment of the Originalist Case Against Administrative Regulatory Power: New Evidence from the Federal Tax on Private Real Estate in the 1790s (2020) [SSRN]

Christine Kexel Chabot, The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding (August 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative Legal Theory

Jerry Louis Mashaw, Is Administrative Law at War with Itself? (October 2020) [SSRN]

Jacob Weinrib, Maitland’s Challenge for Administrative Legal Theory (2020) [SSRN]

Bijal Shah, Toward A Critical Theory of Administrative Law (October 2020) [SSRN]

Thomas W. Merrill, Legitimate Interpretation – Or Legitimate Adjudication? (September 2020) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Daniel C. Richman, Defining Crime, Delegating Authority – How Different are Administrative Crimes? (November 2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Gabriel Scheffler, Daniel Walters, Unrules (October 2020) [SSRN]

Jonna Gjaltema, Robbert Biesbroek & Katrien Termeer (2020) From government to governance…to meta-governance: a systematic literature review, Public Management Review, 22:12, 1760-1780 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Jack M. Balkin, How to Regulate (and Not Regulate) Social Media (September 2020) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Scott Limbocker, William G. Resh & Jennifer Selin, Anticipated Adjudication: An Analysis of the Judicialization of the US Administrative State (November 2020) [SSRN]

Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar & Aziz Z. Huq, Toward the Democratic Regulation of AI Systems: A Prolegomenon (November 2020) [SSRN]

Sharon Jacobs, Agency Genesis and the Energy Transition (November 2020) [SSRN]

Mette Kjærgaard Thomsen, Martin Bækgaard, Ulrich Thy Jensen, The Psychological Costs of Citizen Coproduction (October 2020) [SSRN]

Darcy W E Allen, Chris Berg, Aaron M. Lane, Patrick A. McLaughlin, The Political Economy of Australian Regulatory Reform (October 2020) [SSRN]

Double Special Issue Dedicated to COVID-19 (Marc Holzer and Stephanie P. Newbold, eds.), American Review of Public Administration (August-October 2020) [SAGE Journals]

David Oliver Kasdan, “Toward a Theory of Behavioral Public Administration.” International Review of Administrative Sciences, vol. 86, no. 4, Dec. 2020, pp. 605–621 [SAGE Journals]

Luis Arroyo Jiménez, Mutual Recognition in the Spanish Multi-level Administrative State (October 2020) [SSRN]

Christopher J. Walker, Constraining Bureaucracy Beyond Judicial Review (October 2020) [SSRN]

John W. Bagby & Nizan Geslevich Packin, RegTech and Predictive Lawmaking: Closing the RegLag between Prospective Regulated Activity and Regulation (October 2020) [SSRN]

doaa Abu Elyounes, ‘Computer Says No!’: The Impact of Automation on the Discretionary Power of Public Officers (September 2020) [SSRN]

Anthony Moffa, Word Limited: An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship Between the Length, Resiliency, and Impact of Federal Regulations (August 2020) [SSRN]

Gabriel Scheffler, Failure to Capture: Why Business Does Not Control the Rulemaking Process (August 2020) [SSRN]

Sofia Ranchordas, The Digitalization of Government and Digital Exclusion: Setting the Scene (August 2020) [SSRN]

Joe Tomlinson, Justice in Automated Administration (2020) [SSRN]


The Public/Private Divide

Litor, L., Menahem, G. and Bar-Mor, H. (2020) ‘The Rise of the Regulatory Constitutional Welfare State, Publicization, and Constitutional Social Rights: The Case of Israel and Britain’, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 691(1), pp. 189–205 [SAGE Journals]

Paul J. Larkin, Jr., The Private Delegation Doctrine (November 2020) [SSRN]

Stefan Renckens, Disaggregating public‐private governance interactions: European Union interventions in transnational private sustainability governance, in Regulation & Governance [Wiley Online]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Chiara Pappalardo, What a Difference a State Makes: California’s Authority to Regulate Motor Vehicle Emissions Under the Clean Air Act and the Future of State Autonomy (December 2020) [SSRN]

Richard L. Revesz, Poisoning America: The Trump Administration’s Regulatory Shell Game (November 2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese & Daniel Walters, Litigating EPA Rules: A Fifty-Year Retrospective of Environmental Rulemaking in the Courts (October 2020) [SSRN]

Joshua Galperin & Douglas A. Kysar, Uncommon Law: Judging in the Anthropocene (October 2020) [SSRN]

Jocelyn Stacey, The Deliberative Dimensions of Modern Environmental Assessment Law (2020) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Dirk A. Zetzsche, Filippo Annunziata, Douglas W. Arner & Ross P. Buckley, The Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MICA) and the EU Digital Finance Strategy (December 2020) [SSRN]

Mark Fenwick & Erik P. M. Vermeulen, The Future of Finance: Why Regulation Matters (November 2020) [SSRN]

Allen N. Berger, Jin Cai, Raluca A. Roman, John Sedunov, Supervisory Enforcement Actions against Banks and Systemic Risk (November 2020) [SSRN]

Karsten Müller, Electoral Cycles in Macroprudential Regulation (November 2020) [SSRN]

Yesha Yadav, Fintech and International Financial Regulation (September 2020) [SSRN]

William Roy White, International Financial Regulation: Why it Still Falls Short (August 2020) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Alberto Alemanno, Leveling the EU Participatory Playing Field: A Legal and Policy Analysis of the Commission’s Public Consultations in Light of the Principle of Political Equality (November 2020) [SSRN]

Font, N. and Pérez-Durán, I. (2020) ‘The information phase of accountability: The role of management boards in European Union agencies’, International Review of Administrative Sciences [SAGE Journals]

Cristina Fasone & Peter L. Lindseth, Europe’s Fractured Metabolic Constitution: From the Eurozone Crisis to the Coronavirus Response (November 2020) [SSRN]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (55th installment)

New Books

Joanna Bell, The Anatomy of Administrative Law (Hart, 2020) [Website]

Miroslava Scholten & Alex Brenninkmeijer (eds.), Controlling EU Agencies: The Rule of Law in a Multi-jurisdictional Legal Order (Edward Elgar, 2020) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Steven J. Balla & Zhoudan Xie (2020) Consultation as policymaking innovation: comparing government transparency and public participation in China and the United States, Journal of Chinese Governance (June 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Dorit Rubinstein Reiss & Barbara Romzek, When Public Participation is Public Theatre: Misuse of Public Comment Opportunities by Anti-Vaccine Activists (June 2020) [SSRN]

Jan Beyers & Sarah Arras, Stakeholder consultations and the legitimacy of regulatory decision‐making: A survey experiment in Belgium, in Regulation & Governance (2020) [Wiley Online]

Robert L. Glicksman, Shuttered Government (May 2020) [SSRN]

David Freeman Engstrom & Daniel E. Ho, Algorithmic Accountability in the Administrative State (April 2020) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Joe Tomlinson, Katy Sheridan & Adam Harkens, Judicial Review Evidence in the Era of the Digital State (June 2020) [SSRN]

Richard J. Pierce, The Combination of Chevron and Political Polarity Will Have Awful Effects (June 2020) [SSRN]

Mihaela Vrabie, Judicial Review of Administrative Action at National Level under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and General Principles of EU Law (June 2020) [SSRN]

Mark Mancini, The Conceptual Gap Between Doré and Vavilov (June 2020) [SSRN]

Daniel Ortner, The End of Deference: How States Are Leading a (Sometimes Quiet) Revolution Against Administrative Deference Doctrines (May 2020) [SSRN]

John C. Harrison, Section 706 of the Administrative Procedure Act Does Not Call for Universal Injunctions or Other Universal Remedies (May 2020) [SSRN]

Andrew Edgar & Kevin M. Stack, The Authority and Interpretation of Regulations (April 2020) [SSRN]

Andrew Schneider & Jonathan Stroud, The Eleventh Auer: The Effect of Kisor v. Wilkie on Rulemaking Procedures at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (April 2020) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Kathleen Claussen, Trade Administration (June 2020) [SSRN]

Tom Ginsburg & Mila Versteeg, Binding the Unbound Executive: Checks and Balances in Times of Pandemic (June 2020) [SSRN]

Oona A. Hathaway, Curtis Bradley & Jack Landman Goldsmith, The Failed Transparency Regime for Executive Agreements: An Empirical and Normative Analysis (May 2020) [SSRN]

Rosalind Dixon & David Landau, Constitutional End Games: Making Presidential Term Limits Stick (May 2020) [SSRN]

Seth Barrett Tillman, Why Strict Cabinet Succession is Always Bad Policy: A Response to Jack Goldsmith and Ben Miller-Gootnick (April 2020) [SSRN]

Shalini Bhargava Ray, Abdication Through Enforcement (April 2020) [SSRN]

Ching-Fu Lin, Chien-Huei Wu & Chuan-feng Wu, Reimagining the Administrative State in Times of Global Health Crisis: An Anatomy of Taiwan’s Regulatory Actions in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic (April 2020) [SSRN]

K. D. Ewing (2020) Covid-19: Government by Decree, King’s Law Journal, 31:1, 1-24 [Taylor & Francis Online]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Franklin De Vrieze & Philip Norton (2020) The significance of post-legislative scrutiny, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 349-361 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Sarah Moulds (2020) A deliberative approach to post legislative scrutiny? Lessons from Australia’s ad hoc approach, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 362-386 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Tom Caygill (2020) The UK post-legislative scrutiny gap, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 387-404 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Irmgard Anglmayer & Amandine Scherrer (2020) Ex-post evaluation in the European Parliament: an increasing influence on the policy cycle, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 405-426 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Franklin De Vrieze (2020) Post-Legislative Scrutiny in Europe: how the oversight on implementation of legislation by parliaments in Europe is getting stronger, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 427-447 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Fotios Fitsilis & Franklin De Vrieze (2020) How parliaments monitor sustainable development goals – a ground for application of post legislative scrutiny, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 448-468 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Jonathan Murphy (2020) Towards parliamentary full cycle engagement in the legislative process: innovations and challenges, The Journal of Legislative Studies, 26:3, 469-493 [Taylor & Francis Online]

Shlomo Klapper, Soren Schmidt & Tor Tarantola, Ordinary Meaning from Ordinary People (June 2020) [SSRN]

Nir Kosti & David Levi-Faur, The Coproduction of Primary and Secondary Legislation: Israel as a Case Study of Substitutive Relationships (May 2020) [SSRN]

William Yeatman, The Case for Congressional Regulatory Review (May 2020) [SSRN]

Lorne Neudorf, Strengthening the Parliamentary Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation: Lessons From Australia (April 2020) [SSRN]

Brendan Gogarty & Gabrielle J. Appleby, The Role of the Tasmanian Subordinate Legislation Committee During the COVID-19 Emergency (April 2020) [SSRN]

Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov, Parliamentary Activity and Legislative Oversight during the Coronavirus Pandemic – A Comparative Overview (April 2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Solving the Congressional Review Act’s Conundrum (April 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Robert L. Glicksman & Richard E. Levy, Restoring ALJ Independence (May 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Jennifer Mascott, Early Customs Laws and Delegation (June 2020) [SSRN]

Jed Handelsman Shugerman, The Indecisions of 1789: Strategic Ambiguity and the Imaginary Unitary Executive (Part I) (June 2020) [SSRN]

Robert Post, Tension in the Unitary Executive: How Taft Constructed the Epochal Opinion of Myers v. United States (June 2020) [SSRN]

Albert H. Y. Chen, The Chinese Tradition of Administrative Law (May 2020) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Abhijit Banerjee et al., Messages on COVID-19 Prevention in India Increased Symptoms Reporting and Adherence to Preventive Behaviors Among 25 Million Recipients with Similar Effects on Non-recipient Members of Their Communities (July 2020) [NBER]

Alberto Alemanno, Taming COVID-19 by Regulation: An Opportunity for Self-Reflection (July 2020) [SSRN]

Garry Gray & Benjamin van Rooij, Regulatory Disempowerment: How Enabling and Controlling Forms of Power Obstruct Citizen-based Regulation (June 2020) [SSRN]

Richard L. Revesz, Destabilizing Environmental Regulation: The Trump Administration’s Concerted Attack on Regulatory Analysis (June 2020) [SSRN]

Bridget C.E. Dooling, Bespoke Regulatory Review (June 2020) [SSRN]

Brian T. Fitzpatrick, Deregulation and Private Enforcement (June 2020) [SSRN]

Rory Van Loo, Federal Rules of Platform Procedure (June 2020) [SSRN]

Rohit Chopra & Lina Khan, The Case for ‘Unfair Methods of Competition’ Rulemaking (April 2020) [SSRN]

Georgios Dimitropoulos, The Law of Blockchain (April 2020) [SSRN]

Melissa Luttrell, EPA’s Cost-Benefit Catch-22 (April 2020) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Christopher A Cooper, Patrik Marier & Ali Halawi, The politics of senior bureaucratic turnover in the Westminster tradition: Trust and the choice between internal and external appointments, in Public Policy and Administration (June 2020) [SAGE Journals]

Gianluca Sgueo (European Parliamentary Research Service), The practice of democracy: A selection of civic engagement initiatives (June 2020) [Website]

Joshua R. Bruce & John M. de Figueiredo, Innovation in the U.S. Government (June 2020) [SSRN]

Jinyang Yang & Muchin Bazan, Are Pilot Experiments Random? Evidence from China’s Social Security Expansion (June 2020) [SSRN]

Dave Owen & Hannah Jacobs Wiseman, Coequal Federalism and Federal-State Agencies (June 2020) [SSRN]

Greg Weeks, Maladministration: the Particular Jurisdiction of the Ombudsman (May 2020) [SSRN]

Ricardo Dahis, Laura Schiavon & Thiago Scot, Selecting Top Bureaucrats: Admission Exams and Performance in Brazil (May 2020) [SSRN]

Sounman Hong (2020) Representative bureaucracy and hierarchy: interactions among leadership, middle-level, and street-level bureaucracy, Public Management Review [Taylor & Francis Online]

Albert Sanchez-Graells, Public Procurement by Central Purchasing Bodies, Competition and SMEs: Towards a More Dynamic Model? (May 2020) [SSRN]

David Freeman Engstrom, Daniel E. Ho, Catherine M. Sharkey & Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Government by Algorithm: Artificial Intelligence in Federal Administrative Agencies (April 2020) [SSRN]

Robert Knowles & Geoffrey Heeren, Zealous Administration: The Deportation Bureaucracy (April 2020) [SSRN]

Jodi L. Short, The politics of regulatory enforcement and compliance: Theorizing and operationalizing political influences, in Regulation & Governance (2019) [Wiley Online]


Environmental Law & Regulation

Cale Jaffe, Environmental Federalism as Forum Shopping (June 2020) [SSRN]

Sam Kalen, NEPA’s Trajectory: Our Waning Environmental Charter from Nixon to Trump? (June 2020) [SSRN]


Financial Regulation

Ryan Clements, Regulating Fintech in Canada and the United States: Comparison, Challenges and Opportunities (April 2020) [SSRN]

Howell E. Jackson & Steven L. Schwarcz, Pandemics and Systemic Financial Risk (April 2020) [SSRN]

Andrew F. Tuch, The Rise of Fintech – Foreword (April 2020) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Peter L. Lindseth, Executives, Legislatures, and the Semantics of EU Public Law: A Pandemic-Inflected Perspective (June 2020) [SSRN]

Alberto Alemanno & James Organ, The Case for Citizen Participation in the European Union: A Theoretical Perspective on EU Participatory Democracy (June 2020) [SSRN]

Anne Skorkjær Binderkrantz, Jens Blom-Hansen & Roman Senninger (2020) Countering bias? The EU Commission’s consultation with interest groups, Journal of European Public Policy [Taylor & Francis Online]

Madalina Busuioc & Dovilė Rimkutė (2020) Meeting expectations in the EU regulatory state? Regulatory communications amid conflicting institutional demands, Journal of European Public Policy, 27:4, 547-568 [Taylor & Francis Online]

[Scholarship] New Scholarship on Administrative Law & Regulation (54th installment)

New Books

Alison Harcourt, George Christou, and Seamus Simpson, Global Standard Setting in Internet Governance (Oxford University Press, 2020) [Website]

Stephen Daly, Tax Authority Advice and the Public (Hart Publishing, 2020) [Website]


Accountability & Decision-making Processes

Athanasios Psygkas, Accountability (March 2020) [SSRN]

Andrew Edgar, The Westminster Model in Comparative Administrative Law: Incentives for Controls on Regulation-Making (March 2020) [SSRN]

Joshua Galperin, The Death of Administrative Democracy (March 2020) [SSRN]

Katherine J. Strandburg, Rulemaking and Inscrutable Automated Decision Tools (March 2020) [SSRN]

Nicholas R. Parrillo, Should the Public Get To Participate Before Federal Agencies Issue Guidance? An Empirical Study (December 2019) [SSRN]


Judicial Review

Kent H. Barnett & Lindsey Vinson, Chevron Abroad (March 2020) [SSRN]

Daniel Walters, Symmetry’s Mandate: Constraining the Politicization of American Administrative Law (February 2020) [SSRN]

Greg Weeks, Judicial Review’s Exclusion by Privative Clauses: Dead or Just Resting? (February 2020) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, The Vavilov Framework and the Future of Canadian Administrative Law (February 2020) [SSRN]

Jamie Liew, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: A Preliminary Assessment of Whether the Vavilov Framework Adequately Addresses Concerns of Marginalized Communities (February 2020) [SSRN]

William D. Araiza, Toward a Non-Delegation Doctrine That (Even) Progressives Could Like (February 2020) [SSRN]

Jonathan S. Masur & Eric A. Posner, Chevronizing Around Cost-Benefit Analysis: Deregulation in the Trump Administration (February 2020) [SSRN]

Kristin E. Hickman & Aaron Nielson, Narrowing Chevron’s Domain (February 2020) [SSRN]

Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, A Common Law for the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Incremental Adjudication, Institutions, and Relational Non-Arbitrariness (February 2020) [SSRN]

Gillian E. Metzger, The Roberts Court and Administrative Law (January 2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese, Dimensions of Delegation (December 2019) [SSRN]

Paul Daly, Divergence and Convergence in English and Canadian Administrative Law (December 2019) [SSRN]

Aditya Bamzai, Delegation and Interpretive Discretion: Gundy, Kisor, and the Formation and Future of Administrative Law (December 2019) [SSRN]

(Alyn) James Johnson, The Case for a Canadian Nondelegation Doctrine (November 2019) [SSRN]


Executive Department

Shany Winder, Policymaking in the United States: constraining a runaway executive branch, 7(3) The Theory and Practice of Legislation (March 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

David M. Driesen, The Unitary Executive Theory in Comparative Context (March 2020) [SSRN]

Kathryn E. Kovacs, Constraining the Statutory President (March 2020) [SSRN]

Blake Emerson, The Departmental Structure of Executive Power: Subordinate Checks from Madison to Mueller (March 2020) [SSRN]

Daphna Renan, The President’s Two Bodies (March 2020) [SSRN]

Anne Joseph O’Connell, Actings (February 2020) [SSRN]

Dominique Dalla-Pozza & Greg Weeks, A Statutory Shield of the Executive: To What Extent Does Legislation Help Administrative Action Evade Judicial Scrutiny? (February 2020) [SSRN]

Anne Twomey, Brexit, the Prerogative, the Courts and Article 9 of the Bill of Rights (February 2020) [SSRN]

Peter L. Strauss, The Trump Administration and the Rule of Law (January 2020) [SSRN]

David Kenny & Conor Casey, A One Person Supreme Court? The Attorney General, Constitutional Advice to Government, and the Case for Transparency (November 2019) [SSRN]


Legislation/Statutory Interpretation

Kathryn E. Kovacs, Progressive Textualism in Administrative Law (February 2020) [SSRN]

Kevin M. Stack, The Enacted Purposes Canon (February 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative Independence

Jane Manners & Lev Menand, Presidential Removal: Defining Inefficiency, Neglect of Duty, and Malfeasance in Office (March 2020) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein & Adrian Vermeule, Presidential Review: The President’s Statutory Authority Over Independent Agencies (March 2020) [SSRN]


Administrative History

Julian Davis Mortenson & Nicholas Bagley, Delegation at the Founding (February 2020) [SSRN]


Modes of Governance and Regulation

Nir Kosti, David Levi-Faur & Guy Mor, Legislation and regulation: three analytical distinctions, 7(3) The Theory and Practice of Legislation (March 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Asaf Wiener & Elad Man, Considering a duty to delegate in designing regulatory legislation, 7(3)The Theory and Practice of Legislation (March 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Cary Coglianese, The Law and Economics of Risk Regulation (March 2020) [SSRN]

Jerry Ellig & Michael Horney, Statutory delegation, agency authority, and the asymmetry of impact analysis, 7(3)The Theory and Practice of Legislation (February 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Guy Mor & Alon Jasper, Parliamentary arbitrage and the case for regulatory policy in parliament, 7(3)The Theory and Practice of Legislation (February 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Shay Lavie, Class Actions and the Regulatory State — Lessons from Israel (February 2020) [SSRN]

Cass R. Sunstein, On Neglecting Regulatory Benefits (February 2020) [SSRN]

Christina S. Ho, Legislating a Negative Right to Health: Health Impact Assessments (January 2020) [SSRN]


Public Administration

Christopher J. Walker & Rebecca Turnbull, Operationalizing Internal Administrative Law (March 2020) [SSRN]

Cary Coglianese & Lavi Ben Dor, AI in Adjudication and Administration (February 2020) [SSRN]

Emre Kazim & Adriano Koshiyama, No AI Regulator: An Analysis of Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards Report (UK Government) (February 2020) [SSRN]

Jean-Edouard Colliard & Co-Pierre Georg, Measuring Regulatory Complexity (February 2020) [SSRN]

Zachary T. Mohr, Ringa Raudla and  James W. Douglas, Comparing Cost Accounting Use across European Countries: The Role of Administrative Traditions, NPM Instruments, and Fiscal Stress, in: Public Administration Review (February 2020) [Wiley Online]

Erna Ruijer, Francoise Détienne, Michael Baker, Jonathan Groff, Albert J. Meijer, The Politics of Open Government Data: Understanding Organizational Responses to Pressure for More Transparency, in American Review of Public Administration (December 2019) [SAGE Journals]


Financial Regulation

Dan Awrey & Kathryn Judge, Why Financial Regulation Keeps Falling Short (February 2020) [SSRN]


EU Administrative Law

Sandra Eckert, Beyond legislation: Reconsidering the locus of power in EU regulatory governance, 7(3)The Theory and Practice of Legislation (February 2020) [Taylor & Francis Online]

Andrea Magliari, Intensity of Judicial Review of the European Central Banks’s Supervisory Decisions (February 2020) [SSRN]

Alberto Alemanno, Nudge and the European Union (February 2020) [SSRN]

Gianluca Sgueo, ‘Regulatory Gaming’ – A Look Into the European Union’s Attempts to Engage Citizens With Playful Design (February 2020) [SSRN]

Annalisa Volpato, Judicial Review of the Acts of EU Agencies: Discretion Escaping Scrutiny? (December 2019) [SSRN]


Global Regulation/ Global Governance

Jennifer G. Hill, Regulatory Cooperation in Securities Market Regulation: Perspectives from Australia (March 2020) [SSRN]

[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]

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