Rules and unruliness : Canadian regulatory democracy, governance, capitalism, and welfarism / G. Bruce Doern, Michael J. Prince, and Richard J. Schultz.

Doern, G. Bruce [Browse]
  • Montréal, Québec : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2014.
  • ©2014
1 online resource (414 p.)


Summary note
A critical examination of Canadian regulatory governance and politics over the years, this book builds on the theory and practice of rule-making to show why government "unruliness" - the inability to form rules and implement structures for compliance - is endemic and increasing.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of description
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed May 1, 2014).
Language note
  • Part one Regulatory Democracy and Governance : Analyical Framework and Historical Context. Conceptual Foundations and Analytical Framework
  • Canadian Regulatory Democracy and Governance in Liberal and Conservative Eras
  • The Changing Ecosystem of Canadian Regulation: Ministerial Agency-Relations and Expanding Interests --
  • Part Two Six Regulatory Regimes : an Empirical Analysis. The Macro-Regulatory Governance Regime: Rules about Rules
  • The Economic Sectoral Regime: The Core Energy, Transportation, and Telecommunications Regulators
  • The Regulatory Regime of Social Sectors: Registered Charities, Citizenship and Immigration, and Assisted Human Reproduction Technologies
  • The Marketplace Framework Regulatory Regime: Competition, Banking and Financial Services, and Intellectual Property
  • The Societal Framework Regulatory Regime: Law and Order, Morality and Sexuality, and the Welfare State
  • The Regulatory Regime for Parliamentary Democracy: Parties, Elections, Responsible Government, and Parliament's Watchdog Agencies
  • Rules and Unruliness in Canadian Regulatory Democracy and Governance
  • Glossary of Major Terms.
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