Ten years ago, in 1983, the Yale Journal on Regulation was started by students at the Yale Law School to foster scholarship and debate on issues of regulatory policy. Today the Journal staff consists of students from Yale University graduate and professional programs in law, management, forestry, and public health. One of the Journal's primary missions was to track the regulatory/deregulatory developments under the Reagan Administration and later the Bush Administration. Since our tenth anniversary coincided with the installment of a Democratic Administration under President Clinton, we have asked two professors at the Yale Law School to submit an essay discussing a policy issue in their respective field of expertise and any predictions and recommendations they have as a result of the new administration and change of party leadership.
Law | Taxation-Federal | Taxation-State and Local | Tax Law
Michael J. Graetz,
Tax Policy at the Beginning of the Clinton Administration,
Yale J. on Reg.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/3699