Taming Regulation: Superfund and the Challenge of Regulatory Reform

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Despite three decades of vigorous efforts at deregulation across the government, regulation remains ubiquitous. It also continues to be unpopular because it forces individuals and businesses to do things--frequently costly and unpleasant things--that they don't want to do. If regulatory programs are to survive and remain effective, the challenge posed by their endemic unpopularity and political vulnerability must be met. Unlike much of the existing literature on regulation, Taming Regulation begins with the assumption that ...

Taming Regulation: Superfund and the Challenge of Regulatory Reform 2003, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780815759430

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Taming Regulation: Superfund and the Challenge of Regulatory Reform 2003, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780815759423

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