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The consequences of midnight regulations and other surges in regulatory activity

Patrick McLaughlin ()

Public Choice, 2011, vol. 147, issue 3, 395-412

Keywords: Regulation; Midnight regulations; Regulatory review; OIRA; Election cycles; Regulation quality; Federal regulations; Federal Register; Rulemaking; Cinderella constraint; Executive Order 12866; Economically significant regulations; Lame-duck administration; H0; H1; H11; K2 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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