Institutions and Regulatory Reforms for the Age of Governance
Edited by Jacint Jordana and David Levi-Faur
This book suggests that the scope and breadth of regulatory reforms since the mid-1980s and particularly during the 1990s, are so striking that they necessitate a reappraisal of current approaches to the study of the politics of regulation. The authors call for the adoption of different and fresh perspectives to examine this area.
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- The Politics of Regulation Institutions and Regulatory Reforms for the Age of Governance
- Series editors' preface
- Editors' preface
- Chapter 1: The Politics of Regulation in the Age of Governance
- Chapter 2: W(h)ither the Economic Theory of Regulation? What Economic Theory of Regulation?
- Chapter 3: The History of Regulation in the United Kingdom: Three Case Studies in Search of a Theory
- Chapter 4: Institutional Change in Regulatory Policies: Regulation Through Independent Agencies and the Three New Institutionalisms
- Chapter 5: Regulatory Co-operation: Transcending the Regulatory Competition Debate
- Chapter 6: Accountability and Transparency in Regulation: Critiques, Doctrines and Instruments
- Chapter 7: Regulation in the Age of Governance: The Rise of the Post-Regulatory State
- Chapter 8: Comparative Research Designs in the Study of Regulation: How to Increase the Number of Cases without Compromising the Strengths of Case-Oriented Analysis
- Chapter 9: The Political Foundations of the European Regulatory State
- Chapter 10: Modes of Regulation in the Governance of the European Union: Towards a Comprehensive Evaluation
- Chapter 11: Divergent Convergence: Structures and Functions of National Regulatory Authorities in the Telecommunications Sector
- Chapter 12: Law in the Age of Governance: Regulation, Networks and Lawyers
- Chapter 13: Regulatory Designs, Institutional Constellations and the Study of Regulatory State
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