Early-bird commenters positioned to frame public policy

A new study by La Follette School professor Susan Yackee demonstrates that public commenters who participate during the early phases of regulatory policymaking play an important agenda setting role. Results suggest that these “public” participants—who are often interest groups—can help shape the content of regulatory proposals as they move through the regulatory process and may thwart unwanted regulations. Read more

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About Publications Director Karen Faster

Publications director, La Follette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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