Progressive prosecutors and public safety: success even during the 2020 rise in violent crime
Chris Stone crunches the data on violent crime in four major US cities to find that 'new-style prosecutors' – who are challenging the maximum-incarceration strategy of their predecessors – have been doing better on public safety.
This proposal could inadvertently improve corporate accounting
A provision within the Biden administration’s Build Back Better bill that assesses a minimum tax on certain companies based on their income reported to Wall Street could improve corporate accounting, according to Karthik Ramanna.
The Texas effort: collecting county-level COVID-19 government policies
The second largest state in the US also has the highest number of counties. Collecting and coding policies for 245 counties has been (and still is) a mammoth effort worth making, writes Kaitlyn Green.
The longest war is over the horizon
As the Biden administration completes its counterterrorism review, DPhil student Brianna Rosen proposes steps it should take to end the "war on terror" and adopt a posture of strategic restraint.
Inside the Biden administration’s re-engagement with international law
Register now for Professor Harold Hongju Koh's public lecture on the Biden administration and international law.
Unreliable accounts: how regulators fabricate conceptual narratives to diffuse criticism
Karthik Ramanna explains why in 2010 the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) dropped the principles of “reliability” and “verifiability” as necessary properties of accounting.