My contribution for the week: an article by cost-benefit doyen and law professor Cass Sunstein about the long march of CBA in U.S. statecraft (http://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2015-07-07/thanks-justice-scalia-for-the-cost-benefit-state.
Seen from 10,000 feet, this article is "an extension to an extension": 1) CBA applied to regulations is an extension of general CBA, which is mostly applied to investment projects, 2) Sunstein writes about further extending regulatory CBA to regulations issued by independent regualators in the U.S., such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, or the Federal Communications Comission. Worth giving some thought!
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