Rethinking Regulation at the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University fosters interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and engagement on the design and performance of regulatory systems across a broad range of policy arenas.
Faculty and students affiliated with Rethinking Regulation represent diverse disciplinary and methodological approaches including Law, Economics, Political Science, Philosophy, History, Public Policy, Environmental Sciences and Policy, Business and Sociology.
- Lori Bennear shows importance of institutions learning from failure
- Law & Contemporary Problems volume focuses on international regulatory cooperation
- Applications for summer undergraduate opportunities due February 5
- New KIE and Bass Connections project teams to explore local and international issues
- Rethinking Regulation Annual Symposium, April 21-22, 2016
Workshop on US-EU regulatory cooperation; RSVP required
- Rethinking Regulation Graduate Student Working Group, Apr. 25
Gross Hall 230C 4:00-5:00pm