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The Oxford Handbook of Regulation

Edited by: Martin Cave, Robert Baldwin, Martin Lodge

ISBN13: 9780199560219
Published: September 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £110.00
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9780199655885



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Regulation is often thought of as an activity that restricts behaviour and prevents the occurrence of certain undesirable activities, but the influence of regulation can also be enabling or facilitative, as when a market could potentially be chaotic if uncontrolled.

This Handbook provides a clear and authoritative discussion of the major trends and issues in regulation over the last thirty years, together with an outline of prospective developments. It brings together contributions from leading scholars from a range of disciplines and countries.

Each chapter offers a broad overview of key current issues and provides an analysis of different perspectives on those issues. Experiences in different jurisdictions and insights from various disciplines are drawn upon, and particular attention is paid to the challenges that are encountered when specific approaches are applied in practice.

Contributors develop their own distinctive arguments relating to the central issues in regulation and apply scholarly rigour and clear writing to matters of high policy-relevance. The essays are original, accessible, and agenda-setting, and the Handbook will be essential reading both to students and researchers and to with regulatory and regulated professionals.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
Part I: General Issues
1: Robert Baldwin, Martin Cave, and Martin Lodge: Regulation: The Field and the Developing Agenda
2: Cento Veljanovski: Economic Approaches to Regulation
3: Mike Feintuck: Regulatory Rationales Beyond the Economic: In Search of the Public Interest
4: Karen Yeung: The Regulatory State
Part II : Processes and Strategies
5: Cento Veljanovski: Strategic Use of Regulation
6: Colin Scott: Standard-Setting in Regulatory Regimes
7: Neil Gunningham: Enforcement and Compliance Strategies
8: Cary Coglianese and Evan Mendelson: Meta-Regulation and Self-Regulation
9: Tanina Rostain: Self-Regulatory Authority, Markets, and the Ideology of Professionalism
Part III: Contested Issues
10: David Driesen: Alternatives to Regulation? Market Mechanisms and the Environment
11: Jon Stern: The Evaluation of Regulatory Agencies
12: Rob Baldwin: Better Regulation: the Search and the Struggle
13: Claudio Radaelli and Fabrizio de Francesco: Regulatory Impact Assessment
14: Julia Black: The Role of Risk in Regulatory Processes
15: Martin Lodge and Lindsay Stirton: Accountability in the Regulatory State
16: Antonio Estache and Liam Wren-Lewis: On the Theory and Evidence on Regulation of Network Industries in Developing Countries
17: Mathias Koenig-Archibugi: Global Regulation
Part IV: Regulatory Domains
18: Niamh Moloney: Financial Services and Markets
19: Janice Hauge and David Sappington: Pricing in Network Industries
20: Peter Alexiadis and Martin Cave: Regulation and Competition Law in Telecommunications and Other Network Industries
21: Jürgen Feick and Raymund Werle: Regulation of Cyberspace
22: Adrian Towse and Patricia Danzon: The Regulation of the Pharmaceutical Industry
23: Catherine Mitchell and Bridget Woodman: Regulation and Sustainable Energy Systems
24: Martin Lodge and Christopher Hood: Regulation Inside Government: Retro-Theory Vindicated or Outdated?
Part V: Conclusion
25: Robert Baldwin, Martin Cave, and Martin Lodge: Conclusion: The Future of Regulation.