New Jersey deregulated its energy market in 1999, allowing people to choose which companies generate the electricity that powers their homes. “Not everyone is making the effort to take advantage of the opportunity to change,” said Clinton Andrews,
Two of the biggest U.S. news stories from the past month are connected in ways that aren’t immediately obvious. Both involve the types of regulatory decisions made in the executive branch all the time, and both demonstrate the need for clearer thinking about how those...
Cost-benefit analysis became particularly contentious during the Trump administration. The administration ignored cost-benefit analysis in favor of “cost analysis” of regulation.