Improving the Environment of Agency Rulemaking: An Essay on Management, Games, and Accountability

Citation data:

57 Law and Contemporary Problems 185 (Spring 1994), Vol: 57, Issue: 2, Page: 185-257

Publication Year:
1994
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Repository URL:
https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol57/iss2/8
Author(s):
Mashaw, Jerry L.
Publisher(s):
Duke University School of Law
Tags:
Management; Game theory; Administrative procedure; Administrative responsibility; Policy making; Regulation; Analysis; Political aspects; Government agencies
article description
Rulemaking by federal administrative agencies tends to be viewed more as a problem than as a solution today. It is argued that if policymaking by rule has become moribund, there is a need to reconsider the structure of agency rulemaking as a mechanism of governance.