In The Role of Lawmakers, Lobbyists, and Scholars in the Normative Evaluation of Timing Rules, Frank Fagan and Michael Faure respond to Rebecca M. Kysar's argument in Lasting Legislation that legislatures should prefer permanent legislation to legislation with a sunset date. Fagan and Faure argue that while Kysar's position is compelling for tax regulation, she takes an argument that works well in a specific regulatory context and applies it too broadly. Instead, they contend, whether legislation should be lasting or temporary depends on a variety of factors and deserves more nuanced attention.
The Role of Lawmakers, Lobbyists, and Scholars in the Normative Evaluation of Timing Rules
- Frank Fagan & Michael Faure
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- Frank Fagan: Ph.D., European Doctorate in Law and Economics; Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Law (Neth.) and University of Bologna Department of Economics (It.); firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael Faure: Professor of Comparative and International Environmental Law, Maastricht University (Neth.), and Professor of Comparative Private Law and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Law (Neth.); email@example.com.