Bringing together a broad group of leading scholars, government officials, and corporate representatives, this book provides a critical analysis of recent regulatory reform efforts. The contributors focus on social and environmental regulation as they evaluate problems of costly and ineffective regulatory measures. They argue that, although some pr
Table of Contents
Preface -- Overview -- Whatever Happened to the C.A.B.? -- Regulation, Productivity, and the Reagan Administration’s Regulatory Reform Program -- Social Regulation -- Problems -- Presidential Power Over the Regulatory Process1 -- Reassessing Attempts to Reform Environmental Regulation1 -- Tipping the Lid on Pandora’s Box: Decentralization and Deregulation -- Prospects -- Can Voluntary Efforts Replace Regulation? -- Pollution Prevention Pays -- Regulations and Public/Private Sector Interactions
Gregory A. Daneke is professor of public affairs and business administration, Arizona State University and is currently a visiting professor at Stanford University. David J. Lemak is assistant professor of management at the U.S. Air Force Academy.