Deregulation and Its Discontents: Rewriting the Rules in Asia
. . . 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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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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Page 90 - UK's carbon dioxide emissions — the main contributor to global warming — by some 60 per cent by about 2050, as recommended by the RCEP, with real progress by 2020; • to maintain the reliability of energy supplies; • to promote competitive markets in the UK and beyond, helping to raise the rate of sustainable economic growth and to improve our productivity; and • to ensure that every home is adequately and affordably heated, (p.
Page 102 - North himself has given of them: institutions are the humanly devised constraints that structure political, economic and social interaction. They consist of both informal constraints (sanctions, taboos, customs, traditions, and codes of conduct), and formal rules (constitutions, laws, property rights).
Page 7 - LM Salamon, ed., Beyond Privatization: The Tools of Government Action (Washington.
Page 2 - a process or activity in which government requires or proscribes certain activities or behaviour on the part of individuals and institutions, mostly private but sometimes public, and does so through a continuing administrative process, generally through specially designated regulatory agencies
Page 68 - Income transfers tend to be well targeted in countries with less than 10 percent of the population below the poverty line...
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Page 108 - Hitt, MA (2000). Privatization and entrepreneurial transformation: Emerging issues and a future research agenda. Academy of Management Review, 25, 509-52^ Zahra, SA, Ireland.
Page 122 - Privatization and Utility Regulation in Developing Countries: the Lessons So Far', Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 70 (4), 549-87.