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Inside the Administrative State: A Critical Look at the Practice of Presidential Control
(Michigan Law Review, 2006)
From the inception of the administrative state, scholars have proposed various models of agency decision-making to render such decision-making accountable and effective, only to see those models falter when confronted by ...
The President's Statutory Powers to Administer the Laws
(Columbia Law Review, 2006)
When does a statute grant powers to the President as opposed to other officials? Prominent theories of presidential power argue or assume that any statute granting authority to an executive officer also implicitly confers ...