October 11, 2010
Bloomberg Government As Exemplar
Posted by David Zaring

Bloomberg Government is the financial data provider's next big frontier (here's the Times's overview), and I think it nicely illustrates how an understanding of the regulatory process has become increasingly essential for business planning.  Or at least Bloomberg believes that that area is the one poised for investment and growth.  It didn't used to be this way - to transpose the academy's disciplines on it, the really critical corporate advice was thought to be a matter of M&A, rather than, say, securities regulation.  And securities regulation was its own form of esoterica.  But now, I think both that we're understanding business regulation to be part of the larger project of administrative law, and, like Bloomberg, given an understanding of that project more urgency.

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