Rethinking Regulation at the Kenan Institute for Ethics fosters interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and engagement on the design and performance of regulatory systems across a broad range of policy arenas through diverse disciplinary and methodological approaches including Law, Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, History, Public Policy, Environmental Sciences, Business and Sociology.
- New Spring 2017 Courses: “Regulation & Emerging Technologies” and “Game Theory in Developing Economies
- Seminar talk: “Carmen Segarra and Competing Visions of Bank Supervision” – Lee Reiners
- Seminar recap: “Regulation by Shaming: Deterrence Effects of Publicizing Violations of Workplace Safety Regulations” – Matthew Johnson
- Seminar recap: “Is 2% the Solution? Experimental Evidence on the New CSR Rule in India” – Vishy Pingali