Regulatory policy in the Trump administration

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Philip Wallach, senior fellow in Governance Studies, breaks down the regulatory process and considers the shape of regulation in Trump’s administration.

Also in this episode, an excerpt from an event with Ma Ying-jeou, the former President of the Republic of China, as he discusses Taiwan’s past, present, and future.

Show Notes:

To the Edge: Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the 2008 Financial Crisis

Introduction to the Series on Regulatory Process and Perspective

Prospects for partisan realignment: Lessons from the demise of the Whigs

The administrative state’s legitimacy crisis

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Thanks to audio producer Gaston Reboredo and producer Vanessa Sauter, and also thanks for additional support from Eric Abalahin, Jessica Pavone, Nawal Atallah, Kelly Russo, and Rebecca Viser.

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