Agency Self-Regulation

Agency Self-Regulation

Elizabeth Magill

Discretion is at the center of most accounts of bureaucracy. Legal scholars in
particular have called for agency supervisors, such as Congress, the courts, or the
President, to tame that agency discretion. Strangely absent from these accounts is
a ubiquitous phenomenon: administrative agencies routinely limit their own discretion
when no source of authority requires them to do so.

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