Penn Program on Regulation

Penn Program on Regulation


The Penn Program on Regulation derives its strength from a group of highly accomplished scholars, drawn from six schools of the University of Pennsylvania along with four academic departments within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Program Administration

Cary CoglianeseCary Coglianese (Director) Administrative Law; Regulatory Policymaking Angus CorbettAngus Corbett (Research Fellow) Health Care Quality, Organizational Governance Adam FinkelAdam Finkel (Executive Director) Regulatory Analysis; Occupational Safety and Health
Gabriel SchefflerGabriel Scheffler (Regulation Fellow) Health Care Policy, Administrative Law Shari ShapiroShari Shapiro (Research Affiliate) Energy law, Environmental Regulation Shana StarobinShana Starobin (Regulation Fellow)
Transnational Regulatory Governance; Agriculture & Environment


Matthew AdlerDavid Abrams (Penn Law) Law and Economics; Intellectual Property; Criminal Law Tom BakerTom Baker (Penn Law) Insurance and Risk; Medical Malpractice Jonathan BaronJonathan Baron (Psychology Dept.) Decision Making; Behavioral Law & Economics
Richard BerkRichard Berk (Dept. of Criminology) Program Evaluation; Criminal Justice Policy William BrattonWilliam Wilson Bratton (Penn Law) Business Law; Corporate Finance; Financial Regulation Vincent BuccolaVincent Buccola (Wharton School) Securities Regulation; Bankruptcy
Howard ChangHoward Chang (Penn Law) Immigration Policy; International Trade; Environmental Protection Peter Conti-BrownPeter Conti-Brown (Wharton School) Banking, Financial Regulation Edward EmmettEdward A. Emmett (Medical School) Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Gerald FaulhaberGerald R. Faulhaber (Wharton School) Telecommunications Regulation Jill FischJill Fisch (Penn Law) Securities Regulation; Financial Institutions Paul HeatonPaul Heaton (Penn Law)
Criminal Justice; Health Care Evaluation
Richard Herring Richard J. Herring (Wharton School) International Banking & Finance; Money & Banking Robert HornikRobert C. Hornik (Annenberg School of Communication) Health Communication Andrew E. HuemmlerAndrew E. Huemmler (Penn Engineering) Electricity and Energy Policy; Climate Policy
Jonathan KlickJonathan Klick (Penn Law) Empirical Law and Economics; Public Health Shiriki KumanyikaShiriki Kumanyika (Medical School) Public Health Howard KunreutherHoward Kunreuther (Wharton School) Catastrophic Risk; Insurance
Stanley LaskowskiStanley Laskowski (Earth and Environmental Sciences Dept.) Environmental Regulation William LauferWilliam S. Laufer (Wharton School) Corporate Criminal Law; Business Ethics Sophia LeeSophia Lee (Penn Law) Administrative Law; Legal History
Sarah LightSarah E. Light (Wharton School) Environmental Law and Policy Jon MerzJon F. Merz (Center for Bioethics, Medical School) Bioethics; Genetics Erwann Michel-KerjanErwann Michel-Kerjan (Wharton School) Natural Disasters & Terrorism Risks
Matthew AdlerCharles W. Mooney, Jr. (Penn Law) Commercial Law; Bankruptcy; International Trade Eric OrtsEric W. Orts (Wharton School) Environmental Regulation; Corporate Social Responsibility Wendell PritchettWendell Pritchett (Penn Law) Higher Education; Urban Policy
Jennifer Prah RugerJennifer Prah Ruger (Medical School) Health policy; Global Governance Theodore RugerTheodore Ruger (Penn Law) Food and Drug Regulation; Health Care David SkeelDavid Skeel (Penn Law) Bankruptcy; Corporate Law
Arthur van BenthemArthur van Benthem (Wharton School) Environmental and Energy Vukan VuchicVukan Vuchic (School of Engineering and Applied Science) Urban Transportation Policy Elaine WrightElaine Wright (Earth and Environmental Sciences Dept.) Environmental Health
Christoper S. YooChristopher S. Yoo (Penn Law) Telecommunications Law; Cyberlaw/Internet; Economic Regulation David ZaringDavid Zaring (Wharton School) International Economic Regulation  

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PPR Events

Fairness and Performance Trade-Offs in Machine Learning
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Optimizing Government Project

Jamie Morgenstern

November 3, 2016
4:30 pm | Gittis 213, Kushner Classroom
Risk Regulation Seminar: Foolproof: Why Safety Can be Dangerous and How Danger Makes Us Safe, Greg Ip
Event image Greg Ip is chief economics commentator for The Wall Street Journal. He writes about U.S. and global economic developments and policy in the weekly Capital Account column and on Real Time Economics, the Wall Street Journal's economics blog.
November 15, 2016
4:30 pm | Jon M. Huntsman Hall
Keynote on Machine Learning and Government
Optimizing Government Project
November 17, 2016
4:30 pm | Gittis 213, Kushner Classroom

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