A Regulator’s Tools for Excellence

Regulators get a bad rap. During times of crisis, they are criticized for failing to do their job. Yet even during periods of tranquility, they are often skewered for regulating too much. Given this dilemma, how do regulators know when they are doing a good job? Better yet, what makes a regulator not just good, but excellent? For Shelley Metzenbaum and Gaurav Vasisht, the core of regulatory excellence lies in the regulator’s ability to further its mission. In their chapter of the recent book, Achieving Regulatory Excellence, Metzenbaum and Vasisht argue that an excellent regulator “is one that is adequately funded, that wisely manages its resources, and that effectively navigates its external relationships so as to act even under difficult circumstances for the purpose of furthering its mission.” Metzenbaum, the former President of The Volcker Alliance, and Vasisht, the Director of Financial Regulation at The Volcker Alliance, observe that legislators often…

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