By Robert W. Crandall
The authors of this primer think that the present method of federal legislation urgently wishes fix. not just are present costs mandated through legislation huge, yet a considerable percentage of these charges is useless. accordingly, extra clever regulations may perhaps in attaining an analogous social pursuits at less fee or extra formidable targets on the similar expense. Federal legislation has grown dramatically in contemporary a long time, even if thought of completely, as a relative proportion of the U.S. financial system, or as a relative proportion of the output of the government.
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Before joining RFF, Mr. Portney was chief economist at the Council on Environmental Quality in the Executive Office of the President. He is currently a member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board and chairman of the board’s Environmental Economics Advisory Committee. S. and international environmental policy. His most recent publication is Footing the Bill for Superfund Cleanups: Who Pays and How? (Brookings and Resources for the Future, 1995).
Mr. Hahn frequently contributes to general-interest periodicals and leading scholarly journals including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the American Economic Review, and the Yale Law Journal. In addition, he is a cofounder of the Community Preparatory School—an inner-city middle school that provides opportunities for disadvantaged youth to achieve their full potential. Mr. Hahn’s current research interests include the reform of regulation in developed and developing countries and the design of new institutions for reforming regulation.
His most recent publication is Footing the Bill for Superfund Cleanups: Who Pays and How? (Brookings and Resources for the Future, 1995).
An Agenda for Federal Regulatory Reform by Robert W. Crandall