Visiting Fellow Cass Sunstein shares insights from his forthcoming book, Simpler: The Future of Government, which focuses on how government can be more. Cass R. Sunstein led many of these changes as administrator for the In his new book, Simpler: The Future of Government, Sunstein talks. Introduction The Cockpit of the Regulatory State. This is a book about making things simpler. In particular, it is about how governments can be.
|Published (Last):||26 September 2012|
|PDF File Size:||15.43 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||9.50 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Introduction The Cockpit of the Regulatory State. This is a book about making things simpler. Think, for a moment, about the best computers and tablets. They have all sorts of complicated machinery—machinery that is so complicated, in fact, zunstein it would have been barely imaginable just a decade before.
But for users, they are simple and intuitive. You can work with them on the basis of what you already know.
Government should be a lot more like that. I am not saying that government should be much smaller. I do believe that in some domains, smaller is better, and government should shrink. But that is not my topic here.
Simpler | Book by Cass R. Sunstein | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
To have a simpler government, you need to have a government. True, complexity has its place, but in the future, governments, whatever their size, have to get simpler. To understand how I came to these views, to see what progress we have already made, and to know what the future has in store, we need to step back a bit. InI had simple first date or maybe predate interview with my now-wife, Samantha Simpelr.
Yes, there is such a thing. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act, no federal agency is allowed to collect information from the American people, or to make you fill out a form, unless OIRA allows it to do so. In that very year, I happened to be working as a young lawyer in the Department of Justice. I was even sunsetin to participate in the drafting of the all-important cost-benefit provision.
Simpler – Cass R Sunstein – Häftad () | Bokus
For nearly three decades, heading OIRA had been my dream czss. In that position, I helped to oversee the issuance of nearly two thousand rules from federal agencies.
I explore initiatives designed to increase simplicity—some now in effect, others on the horizon, still others for the distant future. As we will see, initiatives of this kind can be used not only by governments all over the world but by countless private organizations as well, including businesses large and small, and indeed by all of us simpldr our daily lives.
An excerpt from Cass Sunstein’s “Simpler: The Future of Government”
Each of us can benefit from simplicity, and all of us can make things simpler. By Morning Joe staff.
An excerpt from Cass Sunstein’s “Simpler: