Choices in Regulatory Program Design and Enforcement

Choices in Regulatory Program Design and Enforcement

by Christopher Carrigan and Elise Harrington
June 1, 2015

University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Cary Coglianese and the Penn Program on Regulation were selected by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) of Canada to lead a major, independent initiative defining and measuring regulatory excellence. 
For more information on the Best in Class Regulator Intiative, please click here.

As part of the Initiative, teams of researchers produced papers on four primary dimensions of a regulator’s work: Priority SettingProblem SolvingPeople (internal management), and the Public (external engagement).  

Kleinman Center Research Assistant Elise Harrington was a principal researcher and co-author (with Dr. Christopher Carrigan) of the Problem Solving paper, titled "Choices in Regulatory Program Design and Enforcement." 

 

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