Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
This seminar is part of the 2015 Regulatory Science & Engineering Symposia Series, an initiative of the Potomac Institute’s Regulatory Science & Engineering Center. The series is intended to provide a forum to discuss the United States Federal rulemaking process in order to develop a clearer understanding for how it works, the assessment criteria used during it, the impact it has on society, and most importantly its effectiveness at changing societies behavior for the better. This specific seminar will focus on the current ways in which we measure the efficacy of our regulations and how the regulatory process can be improved to ensure that our rules are working for the betterment of society. To do this, speakers will discuss how the Federal rulemaking process works and their experiences with it.