Corpus ID: 154817301

Agency Self-Insulation Under Presidential Review

  title={Agency Self-Insulation Under Presidential Review},
  author={Jennifer Nou},
  • Jennifer Nou
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • Risk
  • Agencies possess enormous regulatory discretion. This discretion allows executive branch agencies in particular to insulate their decisions from presidential review by raising the costs of such review. They can do so, for example, through variations in policymaking form, cost-benefit analysis quality, timing strategies, and institutional coalition-building. This Article seeks to help shift the literature’s focus on court-centered agency behavior to consider instead the role of the President… CONTINUE READING
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