Yale Journal on Regulation

Yale Journal on Regulation is an academic journal focusing on Regulation

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 2, Summer

Market-Based Administrative Enforcement
Michael Abramowicz^ In administrative law, the market paradigm has led to revolution, as policymakers have followed commentators in turning from command-and-- control regulation to incentives. This reconceptualization, however, has left one aspect of...
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Short Changing Short-Term Risk: A Study of Superfund Remedy Selection
John S. Applegate^ and Steven M. Wesloh^^ Unlike most environmental statutes, CERCLA requires a lengthy period of labor-intensive activity to achieve its clean-up goals. This aspect of the Superfund program does not receive sufficient attention in policy...
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The Decline (and Fall?) of the Income Tax
The Decline (and Fall?) of the Income Tax, Micheal Graetz. New York: W.W. Norton, 1997. Pp. 323. $27.50. William G. Gale^ Introduction Although tax policy debates are a never-ending source of amusement and frustration, recent years have witnessed a shift...
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The Endangered Species Act and Fifth Amendment Takings: Constitutional Limits of Species Protection
Blaine I. Green^ In a political climate increasingly sensitive to the property owners' rights to be free from regulatory intrusions by the federal government, the Endangered Species Act (ESA) has become a popular symbolic target for property rights advocates....
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The Folklore of Deregulation (with Apologies to Thurman Arnold)
Richard D. Cudahy^ At the dawn of the new millennium, deregulation has spread like wildfire, unmindful of counsels of caution. A touching faith in competition as the universal solvent of economic ills has fostered all sorts of quaint and obscure beliefs....
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