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Congress's Commissioners: Former Hill Staffers at the S.E.C and Other Independent Regulatory Commissions

Brian D. Feinstein M. T. Henderson

Yale Journal on Regulation (2021)

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Copy Citation: | Brian D. Feinstein and M. T. Henderson. "Congress's Commissioners: Former Hill Staffers at the S.E.C and Other Independent Regulatory Commissions." Yale Journal on Regulation 38, 1 (2021): 175. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3338092 . Brian D. Feinstein, and M. T. Henderson, Congress's Commissioners: Former Hill Staffers at the S.E.C and Other Independent Regulatory Commissions, 38 Yale Journal on Regulation 175 (2021).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Independent Regulatory Commissions; Appointments; Executive Appointments; Congress

Outside Advisers Inside Agencies

Brian D. Feinstein Daniel J. Hemel

Georgetown Law Journal (2020)

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Copy Citation: | Brian D. Feinstein and Daniel J. Hemel. "Outside Advisers Inside Agencies." Georgetown Law Journal 108, 5 (2020): 1139. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3443131. Brian D. Feinstein, and Daniel J. Hemel, Outside Advisers Inside Agencies, 108 Georgetown Law Journal 1139 (2020).

Topics: Process

Keywords: Advisory committees; Public administration; Administrative agencies; Principal-agent

Who Conducts Oversight: Bill-Writers, Lifers, and Nailbiters

Brian D. Feinstein

Wayne Law Review (2018)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Who Conducts Oversight: Bill-Writers, Lifers, and Nailbiters." Wayne Law Review 64, (2018): 127. . Brian D. Feinstein, Who Conducts Oversight: Bill-Writers, Lifers, and Nailbiters, 64 Wayne Law Review 127 (2018).

Topics: Process

Keywords: Oversight; Congress; Bureaucracy; Oversight hearings

Partisan Balance with Bite

Brian D. Feinstein Daniel J. Hemel

Columbia Law Review (2018)

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Copy Citation: | Brian D. Feinstein and Daniel J. Hemel. "Partisan Balance with Bite." Columbia Law Review 118, 1 (2018): 9. . Brian D. Feinstein, and Daniel J. Hemel, Partisan Balance with Bite, 118 Columbia Law Review 9 (2018).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Federal government; Partisan balance; Federal agencies; Idealogical preferences

Judging Judicial Foreclosure

Brian D. Feinstein

Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (2018)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Judging Judicial Foreclosure." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 15, 2 (2018): 406. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3024170. Brian D. Feinstein, Judging Judicial Foreclosure, 15 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 406 (2018).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Foreclosure; Mortgage-finance regulations; Borrower protection; Policymaking

Congress in the Administrative State

Brian D. Feinstein

Washington University Law Review (2018)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Congress in the Administrative State." Washington University Law Review 95, (2018): 1189. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2943074 . Brian D. Feinstein, Congress in the Administrative State, 95 Washington University Law Review 1189 (2018).

Topics: Politics; Law

Keywords: Congressional oversight; Oversight; Infractions; Congress

Designing Executive Agencies for Congressional Control

Brian D. Feinstein

Administrative Law Review (2017)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Designing Executive Agencies for Congressional Control." Administrative Law Review 69, 2 (2017): 259. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2841374 . Brian D. Feinstein, Designing Executive Agencies for Congressional Control, 69 Administrative Law Review 259 (2017).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Agency design; Independent agencies; Administrative law; Committee jurisdiction; Oversight; Administrative agencies

Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity

Brian D. Feinstein

Harvard Law & Policy Review (2013)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity." Harvard Law & Policy Review 7, (2013): 601. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2068734 . Brian D. Feinstein, Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity, 7 Harvard Law & Policy Review 601 (2013).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Institutional design; Separation of powers; Committees; Congress; Statutory interpretation; Legislative history; Legislative intent; Soft law

Community Benefits Agreements with Transit Agencies

Brian D. Feinstein Ashley Allen

Transportation Law Journal (2011)

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Copy Citation: | Brian D. Feinstein and Ashley Allen. "Community Benefits Agreements with Transit Agencies." Transportation Law Journal 38, 2 (2011): 85-113. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1871273. Brian D. Feinstein, and Ashley Allen, Community Benefits Agreements with Transit Agencies, 38 Transportation Law Journal 85-113 (2011).

Topics: Infrastructure; Economics; Politics

Keywords: Eminent domain; Gentrification; Public transit; Transportation; Community benefits agreements

Avoiding Oversight: Legislator Preferences & Congressional Monitoring of the Administrative State

Brian D. Feinstein

Journal of Law, Economics and Policy (2011)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Avoiding Oversight: Legislator Preferences & Congressional Monitoring of the Administrative State." Journal of Law, Economics and Policy 8, 1 (2011): 23-43. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1747044. Brian D. Feinstein, Avoiding Oversight: Legislator Preferences & Congressional Monitoring of the Administrative State, 8 Journal of Law, Economics and Policy 23-43 (2011).

Topics: Process; Politics

Keywords: Congress; Oversight; Separation of powers; Administrative law

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