Since its origins in 2004, the IRLE has focused on examining the fundamental principles of regulatory legitimacy and sound regulatory decision-making in the context of technological dynamism. The analytical framework we developed to organize these principles is called the Five Prisms of Law & Economics Analysis.
In early 2020, Doug Sicker presented a vlog for IRLE on how the Internet had performed through the first few months of the pandemic. Here, I update that presentation and provide some additional thoughts and findings.
Since its first workshop in 2004, the IRLE has had an outstanding faculty. Eric Talley brings his work in the law and economics of corporate finance to expand the understanding of financial economics used in regulatory decision-making.