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" 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... "
Deregulation and Its Discontents: Rewriting the Rules in Asia - Page 2
edited by - 2006 - 264 pages
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Environmental Regulation Through Financial Organisations:Comparative ...

Benjamin Richardson - 2002 - 407 pages
...Reagan has defined regulation as 'a process or activity in which government requires or prescribes certain activities or behaviour on the part of individuals...generally through specially designated regulatory agencies.'165 Enlisting financial organisations as surrogate environmental regulators requires a view...
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Competition for Technological Leadership: EU Policy for High Technology

Johan Lembke - 2002 - 311 pages
...development.2 Moreover, 'regulatory policy' is often linked to 'industrial policy'. It can refer to 'a process or activity in which government requires or proscribes certain activities or behavior on the part of individuals and institutions, mostly private but sometimes public, and does...
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National Regulation and Trade Liberalization in Services: The Legal Impact ...

Markus Krajewski - 2003 - 245 pages
...adequately understood as a process of guiding and influencing economic actors. Reagan defines regulation as "a process or activity in which government requires...individuals and institutions, mostly private, but sometimes public".13 This definition is a useful approach to the concept of regulation, which is broad enough...
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WTO Obligations and Opportunities: Challenges of Implementation

Koen Byttebier, Kim van der Borght - 2007 - 449 pages
...are not defined in GATS. We tend to adhere to the broad definition by Reagan, who defines regulation as 'a process or activity in which government requires...on the part of individuals and institutions, mostly private.'4 In fact, regulation encompasses the variety of instruments by which governments act. Regulation...
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