Taming the Regulatory State

Taming the Regulatory State

Politics and Ethics

Noralv Veggeland

Taming the Regulatory State incisively analyses the regulatory top-down regimes that are currently dominant and in crisis. Taking a critical perspective, the book offers an account of the inherent vulnerability of the regulatory state caused by one-sided economic thinking and the predominance of governing through hard regulation.

Appendix 2: Top 25 global funds

Noralv Veggeland

Subjects: politics and public policy, political economy, public policy, regulation and governance

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Fund Name 1 Government Pension Investment Fund – GPIF 2 Government Pension Fund – Global 3 ABP 4 California Public Employees’ Retirement Systems 5 Philips 6 Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 7 New York State Common Retirement Fund 8 California State Teachers Retirement System 9 Government Pension Fund – Norway 10 ATP – Arbejdsmarkedets Tillaegspension 11 Florida State Board of Administration 12 PGGM 13 New York City Employees Retirement Systems 14 General Motors Corporation 15 Teacher Retirement System of Texas 16 Government of Singapore Investment Corporation 17 Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board 18 New York State Teachers Retirement System 19 CPP Investment Board 20 New Jersey Division of Investment 21 Afore ING 22 Wisconsin Investment Board 23 British Telecommunications plc 24 IBM Retirement Funds 25 GE Asset Management Source: Wikipedia (2008). Country Japan Norway Netherlands USA Netherlands USA USA USA Norway Denmark USA Netherlands USA USA USA Singapore Canada USA Canada USA Mexico USA UK USA USA 2007 Values € million 995 854.50 218 239.61 201 000.00 165 911.68 145 000.00 134 755.34 107 699.82 103 879.71 100 000.00 99 900.00 90 107.87 90 000.00 80 662.44 78 532.30 77 534.28 73 767.00 70 627.70 67 865.64 61 820.43 60 996.46 59 241.14 56 369.05 55 636.36 55 610.73 54 606.81 175

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