Published February 28, 1997
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||William Bratton (Editor), Joseph McCahery (Editor), Sol Picciotto (Editor), Colin Scott (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
This new collection of essays by an international group of lawyers and social scientists examines the pattern of regulation now being put in place to cope with the major transformation in the territorial organization of economic activity and of political power. The essays address the question of how legal institutions will emerge to mediate the dynamic of the new international marketplace; the technical problem of selecting the appropriate level of government for economic regulation. International regulatory competition and coordination: perspectives on economic regulation in Europe and the United States. [William W Bratton;] -- This collection of essays by an international group of lawyers and social scientists makes what amounts to a substantive assertion: globalization is not a leap into an economic cyberspace that. International Regulatory Competition and Coordination: Perspectives on Economic Regulation in Europe and the United States The s and s have witnessed the emergence of globalized markets accompanied by an uneven process of national and international deregulation and re-regulation. International Regulatory Competition and Coordination: Perspectives on Economic Regulation in Europe and the United States Edited by William Bratton, Joseph McCahery, Sol Picciotto and Colin Scott () in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press.
Canvassing a range of regulatory fields, it also explores the circumstances in which regulatory competition holds out promise, or in which the costs of government failure resulting from regulatory cooperation outweigh the costs of market failure. This chapter examines issues arising from competition and coordination concerning regulation. It first charts the emergence of the term ‘regulatory competition’ and cites a few examples of negative developments that can be associated with regulatory competition. Bratton / McCahery, International Regulatory Competition and Coordination, , Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei Beachten Sie bitte die aktuellen Informationen unseres Partners DHL zu Liefereinschränkungen im Ausland. In a recent post on the OBLB, Horst Eidenmüller argues that it is (or might be) desirable that states put forward different regulatory responses—for example with respect to containment measures—to the COVID19 larger point is that a form of regulatory competition among states is beneficial in the fight against the virus. The thesis is essentially that, due to lack of.
International Regulatory Competition and Coordination: Perspectives on Economic Regulation in Europe and the United States Bratton, William: Joseph McCahery, Sol Picciotto and Colin Scott (eds.) Published by Oxford University Press (). These books are not just for new regulatory professionals either. Each is designed to provide the basics across the full product lifecycle, with precise indexing to save you time and effort. If you work in regulatory in multiple markets or are learning about a new product line, Fundamentals makes life a . Lazer, D. Regulatory capitalism as a networked order: The international system as an informational network. In The rise of regulatory capitalism: The global diffusion of a new order, ed. D. Levi-Faur and J. Jordana. London: Sage. Google Scholar. International collaboration helps regulators gather information and share best regulatory practices and tools, building their knowledge base for effective regulation. 70 For all these reasons, and in many sectors, regulatory oversight in one country increasingly depends on the adequacy and consistency of regulatory oversight in other countries.