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by G. Bruce Doern,Stephen Wilks

eBook Changing Regulatory Institutions in Britain and North America download ISBN: 0802042600
Author: G. Bruce Doern,Stephen Wilks
Publisher: University of Toronto Press (December 10, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 448
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The World of Regulatory Institutions Has Been in a State of Flux for the last two decades, and valuable lessons can be learned from a comparative focus on the nature and causes of institutional change and reform in the regulatory agencies and institutions of United States, Canada, and Great Britain. The contributing authors, mainly political scientists and legal scholars but also practicing regulators

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Regulatory Institutions in . This is a book about regulatory institutions, one to set alongside those that deal with the theories of economic regulation and of legal form

Regulatory Institutions in . Regulatory developments in Britain since 1979 have involved major institutional upheavals, reflecting both the consequences of the Conservative government’s push to privatization and technical and economic developments in markets (Bishop, Kay, and Mayer 1995; European Policy Forum 1996). This is a book about regulatory institutions, one to set alongside those that deal with the theories of economic regulation and of legal form. In our introductory chapter we focused on four ways in which we believe this collection advances regulatory institutional analysis.

Changing Regulatory Institutions in Britain and North America (eds. with Stephen Wilks). Changing Regulatory Institutions in Britain. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998). Comparative Competition Policy: National Institutions in a Global Market (Oxford: Clarendon. "The Contested International Regime for Biotechnology: Changing Politics and Global. and North America (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998) Chapter 3. - Canadian Sectoral Regulatory Institutions: No Longer Governments in Miniature (with.

Doern, G. Bruce and Stephen Wilks (ed. Changing Regulatory Institutions in Britain and North America, Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Facing a Changing Environment. In Universal Postal Union, 125 Years, 1874–1999, Berne. Institute for the Future. The Coming Transformation of Mail: Competition, Technology and the New Consumer. OECD, Working Party No. 2 on Competition and Regulation, Promoting Competition in Postal Services: Background Notes by the Secretariat, Paris, 27 January 1999

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Author: G. The World of Regulatory Institutions Has Been in a State of Flux for the last two decades, and valuable lessons can be learned from a comparative focus on the nature and causes of institutional change and reform in the regulatory agencies and institutions of United States, Canada, and Great Britain.

The World of Regulatory Institutions Has Been in a State of Flux for the last two decades, and valuable lessons can be learned from a comparative focus on the nature and causes of institutional change and reform in the regulatory agencies and institutions of United States, Canada, and Great Britain.

The contributing authors, mainly political scientists and legal scholars but also practicing regulators, make the case for a much broader conceptual view of regulation; that it is increasingly necessary for key regulatory interests -- business and consumers -- to understand regulation in terms of an interplay among four regions: sectoral, framework, intra-cabinet and international. They also explore inter-regime regulatory institutional relations through case studies to demonstrate how regulatory institutions respond to competing regulatory requirements, and to tensions between sectoral utility regulators and competition and environmental regulators.

Other key comparisons are drawn out, such as the independence and autonomy of regulators, implementation, economic governance and different paths towards reform. The essential contrast between the three nations studied shows that institutional change in the UK has been explicitly structural, and that a new 'regulatory state' has been more openly and fully rediscovered in that country while change within a federal structure such as exists in the us and Canada has tended to remain more intra-governmental.

The book seeks to provide students of regulation with a work that focuses on the political and institutional that they can place alongside examinations of the economic and legal perspectives.