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Regulation and Markets Beyond 2000



ISBN 9781138740617
Published November 6, 2019 by Routledge
374 Pages

 
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This title was first published in 2000: The book will be a set of essays addressing various aspects of regulation. It will concentrate on regulation as a precondition of successfully operating markets - by opening up markets and establishing conditions of trust. It will cover a broad range of varied forms of regulation. The book will respond to recent developments, for example, the shift from deregulation to better regulation will be explored. Most chapters will be written jointly by an academic and a legal practitioner (from the commercial solicitors firm of Shepherd and Wedderburn), thus ensuring an integration of theoretical analysis with practical problems.

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Essential facilities and utility networks; Regulating electricity; Telecommunications regulation in the USA: seeking the right balance between regulation and competition; Competition in the telecommunications sector; Regulation of genetic testing; Transport and regulation; Environment law in the United Kingdom; Tax as a regulatory tool: the case of the proposed climate change levy; Corporate governance and the approach to regulation; Regulation of financial services; Regulating public procurement in the single European market: past, present and future; Governing information; Regulating business and the business of regulation: the encouragement of business-friendly assumptions in regulatory agencies; Regulation and markets beyond 2000: conclusion; Index.

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This title was first published in 2000: The book will be a set of essays addressing various aspects of regulation. It will concentrate on regulation as a precondition of successfully operating markets - by opening up markets and establishing conditions of trust. It will cover a broad range of varied forms of regulation. The book will respond to recent developments, for example, the shift from deregulation to better regulation will be explored. Most chapters will be written jointly by an academic and a legal practitioner (from the commercial solicitors firm of Shepherd and Wedderburn), thus ensuring an integration of theoretical analysis with practical problems.