The 2016 Arctic Offshore Drilling Safety Rule: Should It Stay or Should It Go?
As part of a series examining US oil and gas sector regulations, this report analyzes the cost and benefits of repealing or modifying the 2016 Arctic Drilling Rule under several scenarios.
Report by Alan Krupnick, and Isabel Echarte — Aug. 16, 2018Download
The Economics of Regulatory Repeal and Six Case Studies
Should regulations stay or should they go? RFF researchers conducted cost-benefit analyses of six regulations generating industry complaints.
Workshops & Seminars
New Research Questions on Electricity, Transportation, and Carbon Markets: What Stands in the Way Becomes the Way
Discounting for Public Cost–Benefit Analysis
How to bound the discount rate for a general pattern of benefits over time.