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Public Choice Theory and the Fragmented Web of the Contemporary Administrative State
(Michigan Law Review, 1998)
In the recent book, Greed, Chaos and Governance: Using Public Choice to Improve Public Law (Yale U. Press 1997), Jerry Mashaw addresses the convergence between public choice and administrative law. This review essay ...
"Statutory NonDelegation": Learning from Florida's Recent Experience in Administrative Procedure Reform
(Widener Journal of Public Law, 1999)
In this Article, I assess one of the more notable reforms Florida made to its APA in 1996 with the intention of enhancing the accountability of agency rulemaking, and I discuss the lessons other state reformers can learn ...
Waivers, Flexibility, and Reviewability
(Chicago -Kent Law Review, 1997)
In this Comment, I shall explore the issue of reviewability, as discussed by Krent, in the context of one flexible approach to regulation-- express agency waiver of regulations. Part I of this Comment addresses the increased ...