The Regulatory Review’s Series from 2017

The Regulatory Review is pleased to highlight the series published by The Regulatory Review in 2017. The series are arranged below in chronological order. A series consists of several essays organized around a particular topic, such as a current debate over issues in regulatory policy or extended coverage of important development related to regulation. The Department of Education’s Power to Cancel Student Debt January 4, 2017   Something has to give on student loans. The $1.4 trillion in outstanding student loan debt has weakened the macroeconomy and has become a form of regressive taxation. Although there has been plenty of discussion surrounding these issues, with a specific focus on student loan interest rates and income-based repayment plans, little has been said about the U.S. Department of Education’s broad powers to outright cancel existing student loans. This series of four essays discusses the most important of those powers and why…

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