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in submitting to The Regulatory Review. The Regulatory Review welcomes outside submissions,
including submissions responding to essays that have been previously on The Regulatory Review. We commit to providing quick responses to all
Before you submit your
essay to us, we encourage you to ensure that your writing conforms to The Regulatory Review’s
style guidelines, as set forth below. In addition, you will need to create a Submittable account and fill out a short form. This process should take no more than one minute.
essays must be submitted in Word—not PDF—format.
essays should be between approximately 750 and 1,000 words.
- Wherever footnotes would
ordinarily be used in publications, hyperlinks (URLs) to supporting sources
should be provided instead.
- For space reasons, essay titles are subject
to our editorial discretion, but we always encourage authors’ input. We keep
titles short and we do not include colons or subtitles.
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not been previously published or posted elsewhere and is neither currently
under review anywhere else nor will it be submitted elsewhere pending our
review and editing.
- We can edit your work
to meet our writing and style conventions, subject to your final review prior
to the essay’s publication. Although we do our best to consult with authors
about the title associated with each work we publish, we do face formatting
constraints and retain final editorial authority over the title of each essay
we publish. The Regulatory Review also retains authority
over the content of brief summaries of your work appearing on our website and
on social media platforms.
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University of Pennsylvania a license to publish your submission online. If we
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on The Regulatory Review and
that the republished piece includes a hyperlink to the page on The Regulatory Review website containing the
original publication of your essay.
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not in any way infringe on anyone else’s copyright or other rights.