5 edition of politics of regulatory change found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 391-406) and index.
|Statement||Richard A. Harris, Sidney M. Milkis.|
|Contributions||Milkis, Sidney M.|
|LC Classifications||KF5407 .H37 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 418 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||95032845|
Examines the kinds of international reforms have been implemented to date and patterns of international regulatory change. Provides an analysis of change across a number of financial sectors, including the . —Sidney M. Milkis, coauthor of The Politics of Regulatory Change “A valuable study of the evolution of nuclear power as an issue area during the past four decades. Well-researched, nicely written, and .
Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Politics of Domestic Response to External Economic Pressure 3. The U.S. Banking System: Structure and Regulation 4. The Global Integration of Financial Markets 5. . Many observers think so. But in All Politics Is Global, Daniel Drezner argues that this view is wrong. Despite globalization, states--especially the great powers--still dominate international regulatory .
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The past three decades have brought remarkable change in American regulatory politics. The re-emergence of public interest movements in the sixties and seventies raised fundamental questions Cited by: The past three decades have brought remarkable change in American regulatory politics.
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Introduction - Global Finance in Crisis: The Politics of International Regulatory Change Eric Helleiner and Stefano Pagliari Part 1: Issues and Structures tory Reactions to. The past three decades have brought remarkable change in American regulatory politics.
The re-emergence of public interest movements in the sixties and seventies raised fundamental questions. The Politics of Global Regulation Edited by Powerful vested interests on Wall Street and in the financial sector prevented reform—a classic case of regulatory capture.
This book explains systematically the. The book discusses the controversy over radioactive waste disposal, licensing procedures relating to the Atomic Energy Act, and the effects of deregulation of electric utilities.
By analysing policy frameworks. This book is a wake-up call to proponents of network governance, self-regulation, and the view that technocrats should be left to regulate with as little oversight as possible.
In addition to the editors, the. Regulatory barriers to online tools will fall. Katherine Mangu-Ward is editor-in-chief of Reason magazine.
COVID will sweep away many of the artificial barriers to moving more of our lives online. This book is a wake-up call to proponents of network governance, self-regulation, and the view that technocrats should be left to regulate with as little oversight as possible.
In addition to the. In Regulatory Politics in Transition Marc Eisner argues that to understand fully the importance of regulatory policy we need to survey the critical policy shifts brought about during the Progressive.
Get this from a library. The politics of regulatory change: a tale of two agencies. [Richard A Harris; Sidney M Milkis] -- This text assesses the consequences of the Reagan administration's attempt to. The Politics of Regulatory Change: A Tale of Two Agencies Harris, Richard A.; Milkis, Sidney M.
Published by Oxford University Press, U.S.A. Provides an analysis of change across a number of financial sectors, including the regulation of hedge funds, derivatives, credit rating agencies, accounting, and banks. Offers an Cited by: INTRODUCTION This book studies regulatory change, and fosters a broad comparative view on regulatory processes and outcomes.
The age of governance has seen the expansion of regulation as a distinctive mode of social coordination, both at national and supranational level (Knill and Lenschow, Chap this book; Jakbo, Chapter 9, this book).Cited by: This book examines and compares policy making in telecommunications in Britain and France over the last three decades.
It confronts important questions related to liberalization, regulation and the role of. This book will be essential reading for those interested in Latin American labor, economic change, and political economy." —Timothy R. Scully, University of Notre Dame "This book will be a required read.
This book suggests that the scope and breadth of regulatory reforms since the mids and particularly during the s, are so striking that they necessitate a reappraisal of current approaches.
In the US House of Representatives passed legislation requiring reductions in greenhouse gas emissions by 18 percent over the coming decade. Later that year, President Obama went to. Martin Lodge and Kai Wegrich,Palgrave Macmillan, pages.
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Read this book on Questia. The standard wisdom among political scientists has been that "iron triangles" operated among regulatory agencies, the regulated industries, and members of Congress, all.
About the Book. Critics of globalization claim that economic liberalization leads to a lowering of regulatory standards. As capital and corporations move more freely across national. Reviews "Paul Sabin has written a brilliant case study of how legal and political choices construct 'free markets'.
He shows how battles over property rights, regulation, taxes, and highway .