The Oxford Handbook of Regulation by Robert Baldwin, Martin Cave, Martin Lodge

By Robert Baldwin, Martin Cave, Martin Lodge

Law is frequently regarded as an task that restricts habit and stops the incidence of definite bad actions, however the effect of law is usually allowing or facilitative, as whilst a marketplace may well almost certainly be chaotic if out of control. This Handbook presents a transparent and authoritative dialogue of the most important tendencies and matters in legislation over the past thirty years, including an overview of potential advancements. It brings jointly contributions from major students from a number of disciplines and countries.

Each bankruptcy deals a large review of key present concerns and offers an research of alternative views on these concerns. stories in numerous jurisdictions and insights from quite a few disciplines are drawn upon, and specific recognition is paid to the demanding situations which are encountered whilst particular methods are utilized in perform. participants increase their very own designated arguments with regards to the significant matters in rules and follow scholarly rigor and transparent writing to issues of excessive policy-relevance. The essays are unique, available, and agenda-setting, and the Handbook could be crucial analyzing either to scholars and researchers and to with regulatory and controlled professionals.

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It is, however, one thing to assert such a case, but quite another to establish it and demonstrate why such an approach should be promoted or defended in the face of the powerful tide of market‐driven forces which threaten to sweep over all alternative approaches. Little could have illustrated more dramatically the vulnerability of visions of public interest, at least when such visions were premised exclusively on economic priorities. 41) theme’ (Ogus, 1994: 47). Beyond these non‐economic approaches, Ogus does note also ‘a set of public interest goals which may loosely be described as “community values” ’, observing, reasonably enough, that ‘the unregulated market has only a limited capacity to achieve those goals’ (Ogus, 1994: 54).

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