Public Release of “Management of the Administrative State”

We have completed work on our report titled Management of the Administrative State.  A copy is also available on SSRN.

In preparing this report our objective was to initiate a debate on the principals and processes available for managing the administrative state as well as the options concerning who should control the aforementioned processes.

We call your particular attention to the thirty-seven footnotes and their associated links in the aforementioned report; they are among the priority posts reproduced from thousands of pages of material on the CRE website, which is dedicated to the evolution of centralized regulatory review.

To review highly read articles on the same subject as the one addressed in the aforementioned CRE report please see the first page of Google Search Results — which demonstrates that Google and SSRN are the gifts that keeps on giving.

Each of the links which follow this post in the center column of the CRE website describe one or more defining events which provide a basis for formulating the principals to be used to manage the administrative state.


Editorial Addition: August 10

The CRE publication noted in the above first paragraph is the last publication in a three part series on the need to develop a well defined program for the management of the administrative state.

CRE  publications include:

2009      The History of  Centralized Regulator Review      Administrative Law Review 

2020       OIRA: Past, Present Future                                 Journal Benefit-Cost Analysis

2020       Management of the Administrative State             SSRN

Emphasis is increasing on academic engagement with concept of the “Management of the Administrative State”, see the following published by SSRN:

                                       U.S. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW eJOURNAL                                                                                                   Vol. 9, No. 44: Aug 10, 2020

                                                             WILLIAM F. FUNK, EDITOR                                                                                                                              Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School                                                                                                                                
Table of Contents
Peter Margulies, Roger Williams University School of Law
Adrian Vermeule, Harvard Law School
Cass R. Sunstein, Harvard Law School, Harvard University – Harvard Kennedy School (HKS)
Adrian Vermeule, Harvard Law SchoolR

To further demonstrate the growing interest in examining the management of the administrative state view the first ten entries that result from a search of SSRN on August 10 :

First 10 Entries from a search of SSRN for “Administrative State”.  August 10. 2010

viewing: 1 – 50 of 4,445 papers


How the Administrative State Got to This Challenging Place

Daedalus, American Academy of Arts and Science, 2020

Number of pages: 11 Posted: 10 Aug 2020

Peter L. Strauss

Columbia Law School

Keywords: Administrative law, Federal Government, Trump, digital government, regulation, deregulation, …



COVID-19 Pandemic in Turkey and Kerala, India: Some Observations

Number of pages: 12 Posted: 10 Aug 2020

Seval Akgun and K Rajasekharan Nayar

Baskent University Hospitals Network and Global Institute of Public Health

Keywords: COVID 19; Kerala; Turkey; Control



The Effect of Fiscal Stimulus: Evidence from COVID-19

NBER Working Paper No. w27576

Number of pages: 19 Posted: 10 Aug 2020

Miguel Garza CasadoBritta GlennonJulia LaneDavid McQuownDaniel P. Rich and Bruce A. Weinberg

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, University of Chicago, Illinois State University – Department of Economics and Ohio State University (OSU) – Economics



Rules, Commands and Principles in the Administrative State

Yale Law Journal Forum, 2020

Number of pages: 10 Posted: 04 Aug 2020 Last Revised: 07 Aug 2020

Adrian Vermeule

Harvard Law School



Lessons from Asbestos Litigation Apply to COVID Claims

Posted: 04 Aug 2020

Jon L. Gelman

Jon L Gelman LLC

Keywords: 2019-nCoV, Asbestos, Litigation, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Public Health Emergency, workers’ …



The Unitary Executive: Past, Present, Future

Forthcoming, Supreme Court Review

Posted: 04 Aug 2020

Cass R. Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule

Harvard Law School and Harvard Law School



Les rulings sont morts, vivent les rulings ! (Tax Rulings Are Dead, Long Live Tax Rulings!)

Journal des Tribunaux Luxembourg, n°68, avril 2020

Number of pages: 16 Posted: 03 Aug 2020

Fatima Chaouche

Université du Luxembourg

Keywords: tax rulings, Luxembourg, legitimate expectations, rulings, advance agreements, state aid



Management of the Administrative State

Posted: 03 Aug 2020

Jim J. Tozzi

Center for Regulatory Effectiveness



The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding

Posted: 03 Aug 2020

Christine Kexel Chabot

Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Keywords: delegation, nondelegation, founding era, originalism, Justice Gorsuch, Gundy, Alexander Hamilton, …



Fair Housing’s Third Act: American Tragedy or Triumph?

Yale Law & Policy Review, Forthcoming

Number of pages: 79 Posted: 01 Aug 2020

Heather R. Abraham

University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, School of Law

Keywords: Fair Housing, Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, Affirmatively Further Fair Housing, AFFH, AFFH …


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