Industrial economic regulation [electronic resource] : a framework and exploration / edited by Roger Sugden.

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Book
Language
English
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London ; New York : Routledge, 1993.
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1 online resource (235 p.)

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Exploring key current issues, leading economists focus on the government processes which influence industrial economic activity and its role within the European Community as a positive instrument promoting industrial development
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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English
Contents
  • Front Cover; Industrial Economic Regulation; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures and tables; List of contributors; Introduction: On Industrial Economic Regulation; Chapter Abstracts: Roger Sugden; Part I: Government power; 1. Is Successful Regulation Possible?:Some Theoretical Issues: Jim Tomlinson; Part II: Economic rationale; 2. Allocative Inefficiency and Monopoly as a Basis for Regulation: Michael Waterson; 3. A Strategy for Industrial Development as a Basis for Regulation: Keith Cowling and RogerSugden; Part III: Information
  • 4. Nationalization and the Background to Recent Regulatory Issues: MartinChick5. Regulators' Need for Quality Information and the Provision of Bus Services in Scotland:George Harte; Part IV: Regulatory instruments; 6. Regulating Firms with Monopoly Power: Chris Doyle; 7. Regulation of Mergers: A New Agenda: Ajit Singh; Part V: Government collaboration; 8. A Rationale for an Appropriate Level of Regulation in the EuropeanCommunity: Chris Farrands and Peter Totterdill; 9. European Integration, Transnational Corporations and North-South Convergence: Ioanna Glykou-Pitelis and Christos Pitelis
  • Index
ISBN
  • 1-134-91724-4
  • 0-429-23122-9
  • 0-203-31398-4
  • 1-280-32287-X
  • 0-203-41497-7
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252781162
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