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Artificial Intelligence and the Administrative State

Jan 16, 2017 PPR News

No rubric exists to decide how to navigate the use of automation in the administrative state, but society can make informed choices.

Navigating a Changing Power Grid

Jan 16, 2017 PPR News

Penn Program on Regulation hosts a conversation with electricity market leaders.

The Bounds of Executive Discretion in the Regulatory State

January 25, 2016 - February 1, 2016 PPR News

Penn Law hosts symposium on the legality of contemporary uses of executive power.

The Impact of Waiving Environmental Regulations

November 28, 2016 PPR News

Recent PPR seminar examines effects on air quality and fuel prices from waiving environmental regulations.

An Education in Regulatory Reform

October 5, 2016 PPR News

Penn Law students met with experts in Washington to discuss proposals for reforming the regulatory process.

How Should We Measure Terrorism Risk?

August 25, 2016 PPR News

A recent PPR seminar discussed changes in how our government analyzes terrorism risks.

Rooting Out Regulatory Capture

Jul 5, 2016 PPR News

Distinguished public servants and scholars examine critical issues concerning regulatory capture—and offer solutions on its eradication.

RegBlog Celebrates Fifth Anniversary with Panel of Top Regulatory Thinkers

Apr 3, 2016 PPR News

Panel organized by RegBlog and Penn Program on Regulation examines upcoming election’s implications for regulation.

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Could Judges Solve Climate Problems?

Dec 9, 2015 Analysis

A Penn panel discussion sparked a lively debate about whether courts should shape environmental policy.

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A Message of Hope and Caution for Global Climate Negotiations

Dec 8, 2015 Analysis

Australian senator speaks at Penn Law on creating an international climate agreement.

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