Deregulation and Its Discontents: Rewriting the Rules in Asia

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M. Ramesh, Michael Howlett
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006 M01 1 - 264 pages
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. . . an extremely interesting collection, full of insights and institutional detail. . . The book definitely deserves the attention of those interested in one of the most debated issues of the last 20 years in economics and political science. Herb Thomps

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the evolution of dereregulation
developing a responsive regulation
race to the bottom
electricity reforms in Eastern Europe
Privatization and regulation of competition in the electricity sector
Independent power producers in Indonesia and the Philippines
evidence from
Governance and regulation of provident and pension funds
Regulation and deregulation of the stock market in India
Design principles for smart regulations
Universal service and the transition from state control
the dereregulatory cycle learning and spillover

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Edited by M Ramesh, Professor and UNESCO Chair of Social Policy Design in Asia, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and Michael Howlett, Burnaby Mountain Professor and Canada Research Chair, Department of Political Science, Simon Fraser University, Canada

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