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Federal Rulemaking: Agencies Included Key Elements of Cost-Benefit Analysis, but Explanations of Regulationsäó» Significance Could Be More Transparent
Michelle Sager (au)
Federal agencies issue thousands of regulations each year to achieve national goals. For the few hundred of these rules deemed to be significant, agencies are required to assess expected costs and benefits. For the subset of these rules estimated to have the greatest economic impact, agencies must also include an assessment of alternatives. This report reviewed agencies' compliance with broadly applicable directives and guidance related to significant federal rulemaking. It addresses (1) how often and to what extent significant, economically significant, and major rules include key elements for assessing or analyzing benefits and costs; and (2) how and to what extent agencies assess the quality of the scientific, technical, and other types of data they use to consider benefits and costs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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