Regulatory Reform: A Report Card for the Reagan Administration

by Murray Weidenbaum

Fall 1983

Volume 26
Issue 1

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Reforms of federal regulation since 1981 have been modest. At the statutory level, the major accomplishment has been the avoidance of new regulatory requirements. A program of reviewing proposed regulations has been put in motion. The inclusion of benefit-cost analysis in these reviews has been especially noteworthy. Yet in the main, the current array of regulatory activities is very similar to that which characterized January 1981.

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