Shapiro to discuss “The Politics of Regulatory Reform” tonight, Nov. 6, 8pm with Alan Colmes

November 6, 2013

politicsofregreform1Professor Stuart Shapiro will discuss his new book, The Politcs of Regulatory Reform, co-authored with Bloustein School instructor Debra Borie-Holtz on Alan Colmes Radio on Wednesday, November 6 at 8:00 p.m. Listen live at

The book  looks at why federal and state politicians have been so eager to pass legislation making it harder for agencies to issue regulations.  Shapiro and Borie-Holtz conclude that these measures don’t do much to affect regulations but they do help politicians get credit with constituents for caring about regulations.

A detailed summary of the book can be found at RegBlog.

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