Regulation and Public Interests The Possibility of Good Regulatory Government
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Description: Steven Croley merges the literature on theories of regulation, on the one hand, with the literature on administrative law and administrative agencies' procedural place in regulatory government decisionmaking, on the other hand.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 10/28/2007
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: An Uneasy Commitment to Regulatory Government|
|The Cynical View of Regulatory Government, and Its Alternatives|
|The Basic Project|
|The Cynical View of Regulation|
|Is Regulatory Capture Inevitable?|
|Alternative Visions of Regulatory Government|
|The Administrative Regulatory State|
|Opening the Black Box: Regulatory Decisionmaking in Legal Context|
|Regulatory Government as Administrative Government|
|Participation in Administrative Decisionmaking|
|The Administrative-Process Approach Expanded: A More Developed Picture|
|Public Interested Regulation|
|The Environmental Protection Agency's Ozone and Particulate Matter Rules|
|The Food and Drug Administration's Tobacco Initiative|
|The Forest Service's Roadless Policy for National Forests|
|Socially Beneficial Administrative Decisionmaking: Additional Evidence|
|Public Choice and Administrative Process|
|The Public Choice Theory Revisited|
|The Promise of an Administrative-Process Orientation|
|Regulatory Rents, Regulatory Failures, and Other Objections|
|Conclusion: The Regulatory State and Social Welfare|