Traditionally, theories on regulation have suggested choosing the “right” regulatory tool for a given situation of desired behavioral steering, using a broad theoretical approach of understanding the factors involved in the regulatory realm, and speculating from it toward the efficient choice. By contrast, this paper argues that creating a searchable database of regulatory case studies is better suited to help regulators find information. By searching for case studies based on the specific characteristics of the regulator's situation the regulator will be led towards finding the best regulatory solution.
- regulatory research,
- administrative law
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