April 30, 2019

CSOR Hosts Inaugural Occupational Licensing Conference: Emerging Scholars

The Knee Center for the Study Occupational Regulation welcomed thirteen scholars from across the world to discuss and debate the many aspects of occupational regulation from […]
April 1, 2019

Texas barbers and cosmetologists do not need to spend time and money on state licensing

Recent media coverage in Texas suggests that the sky might fall if House Bill 1705 is enacted, removing licensing requirements for barbers and cosmetologists. The bill […]
February 27, 2019

A Mountain of Regulation?: Assessing Barriers to Work in West Virginia

Study of West Virginia’s Occupational Licensing Laws Shines Light on Burdensome Fees, Barriers to Opportunity & Competitive Disadvantages Charleston, WV – In partnership with the Knee […]
January 25, 2019

Overcoming a Mountain of Occupational Regulation in Wisconsin Requires more than Baby Steps

New report doesn’t include comparisons with other states and policy recommendations By ED TIMMONS | Jan. 24, 2019 With the release of the state Department of […]
July 6, 2018

CSOR’s Work with Governor Wolf Leads to Occupational Regulation Reforms

Saint Francis University’s Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation (CSOR) is pleased to announce that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has officially proposed reforms of several state job licensing […]