Julia Black's book is the first authoritative study of rulemaking in one of the most important areas of economic life: financial services. The books has three main aims: first, to build a jurisprudential and linguistic analysis of rules and interpretation, drawing out the implication of theseanalyses and developing quality proposals for how rules could be used as instruments of regulation. Second, it interprets that analysis and set of proposals with an empirical study of the formation and use of rules in a particular regulatory system: financial services, and third, it evaluates thenature of the rulemaking process. The author's main case study, examining the use of self-regulation in the financial services sector, complements the detailed analysis of rule formation and uses. The book will be an invaluable addition to the libararies of all administrative lawyers and anyone withan interest in the provision and regulation of financial services.
This book will, for the first time, offer a comprehensive analysis of the legal duties which apply to the regulators of privatized industries, transport, civil aviation and independent television in the United Kingdom, with detailed ...
This book will, for the first time, offer a comprehensive analysis of the legal duties which apply to the regulators of privatized industries, transport, civil aviation and independent television in the United Kingdom, with detailed accounts of how these duties have been put into practice bythe regulators. There is an assessment of the philosophy behind these principles, and an account of the principles which can be derived from the law of the European Union, which are relevant to regulators' work. Particular emphasis is placed on the interaction of the encouragement of competition,the encouragement of economic efficiency and the implementation of social goals such as the provision of universal public service, and the way in which these various principles interact.
The Regulatory Enterprise
Release on 2010 | by Tony Prosser
This book offers a detailed study of how regulation works in practice, its legal framework, and the arguments surrounding its economic and social impact
The use of regulation to control behaviour is a defining feature of modern government, penetrating a wide range of social and economic life. This book offers a detailed study of how regulation works in practice, its legal framework, and the arguments surrounding its economic and social impact
Regulatory Reform in Ireland
Release on 2001 | by Scott H. Jacobs
Independent regulators and competition policy Sectoral reforms moving from monopoly toward competition have highlighted ... to the electric power regulator (to become the Commission for Energy Regulation I. Regulatory arrangements for ...
Regulatory reform in Ireland began later than in many countries, but is now moving ahead on a broad front. Following Ireland's remarkable economic performance in the 1990s, regulatory reform is helping to manage the consequences of fast growth and to sustain growth into the future. Reform is opening up important infrastructure and policy bottlenecks to further growth, promoting efficiency improvements that can help manage inflation, and establishing a more competitive and flexible economy that can innovate, adapt and prosper as the sources of its current prosperity change. Yet the reform agen.
Regulatory Reform and Congressional Review of Agency Rules
Release on 1980 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Rules. Subcommittee on Rules of the House
Committee on Rules. Subcommittee on Rules of the House. The regulatory process is rightly criticized for being slow and for creating uncertainty which cripples planning by business , state and local governments , and many others .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Rules. Subcommittee on Rules of the House
OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform Russia 2005 Building Rules for the Market
Release on 2005-11-17 | by OECD
Building Rules for the Market OECD. Informal consultation includes all forms of discretionary, ad hoc and non-scheduled contacts between regulators and interest groups. It takes many forms, from phone calls to letters to private ...
This review of regulatory reform in Russia covers the overall economic context, the government’s capacity to manage regulatory reform, competition policy and enforcement, and market openness. It also examines the electricity and railroad sectors.
Environmental Law and Policy Statutory and Regulatory Supplement
Release on 2008 | by
For major rules involving annual economic effects of $ 1 billion or more , you should present a formal ... In other words , you should try to provide some estimate of the probability distribution of regulatory benefits and costs .
Regulatory reform changes made to agencies rules are not always clearly documented report to the Committee on Governmental Affairs U S Senate
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Executive Order 12866 on “Regulatory Planning and Review,” which was issued on September 30, 1993, describes the process by which proposed significant1 rules of regulatory agencies (other than those considered to be independent ...
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-11-07 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
April 7 1991 saw the broadcast of the first instalment of Prime Suspect, a new crime series by screenwriter Lynda La Plante, starring Helen Mirren as DCI Jane Tennison. The drama focused on the desperate efforts of the Metropolitan Police to catch and convict a serial killer targeting women in
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-02 - Publisher: Harlequin
Under suspicion Discovering a dead body on her first day of work throws Darcie Wiley's "fresh start" into a tailspin. Things get worse when the police make Darcie their prime suspect. She's surrounded by distrust and suspicion—and the eerie sense that someone's been in her apartment, going through her things.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-12 - Publisher: Feminist Press at CUNY
From an investigation of the motivations of Andrea Yates to analysis of “Prime Suspect 2,” this far-reaching and groundbreaking issue of WSQ explores why women's issues in the field of criminal justice studies have become increasingly visible in recent years. The articles and essays explore the impact of mandatory sentencing
With the help of this book and CD, you'll learn some real detection techniques. From fingerprinting and creating E-fit pictures to solving crimes and mysteries -- you'll discover all you need to know to become a master detective.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Psychology Press
Dicks in high heels? A daring new character on the tough streets of crime fiction, the woman detective has moved into Hollywood and prime time, where she's billed as a star and dressed to kill. Richly illustrated and written with a fan's love of the genre, Hardboiled and High Heeled