The New Regulatory State in Germany (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
224
Utgivningsdatum
2003-01-01
Förlag
University of Birmingham Press
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781902459196
The New Regulatory State in Germany (häftad)

The New Regulatory State in Germany

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A study of relations between the state and the private sector in Germany; the new regime of regulation, especially in formerly state-run sectors Among the topics covered are: * Comparative review of German vs Anglo-Saxon regulatory regimes * Telecommunications * Broadcasting * Banking * New German economic policy, and changing German views of the market
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PART I: Theoretical Foundation and Analytical Framework: 1. Introduction; 2. Theory: a) Regulation; b) Regulatory Regimes and the Regulatory State; c) Explaining Regulatory Change; d) Case Selection and Methodology; 3. Reconstructing the Market: A Historical Summary of Preregulatory Restrictions in Germany; PART II: Regulatory Shifts in Core Sectors: 4. Telecommunications: a) Regulatory Environment and Sources of Telecommunications' Regulation; b) Legitimacy: Increasing Efficiency or Abandoning Reliable Supply?; c) Agency: From Multiple Accountability to Institutional Diversity; d) Compliance: Mandating Liberty While Respecting Property Rights; e) Summary and Evaluation; 5. Broadcasting: a) Origins, Sources and Core Questions of Broadcasting Regulation; b) Legitimacy: Freedom or Cultural Responsibility?; c) Agency: The Dual Broadcasting System - A Double-Standard Regime?; d) Compliance: Protecting Broadcasting against the Enemy Inside; e) Summary and Evaluation; 6. Banking: a) Regulatory Environment and Sources of Banking Regulation; b) Legitimacy: Creditors' Interest, Systemic Functioning or Competitiveness?; c) Agency: Institutional Legacy and the European Challenge; d) Compliance: From 'Catch-All' to,Level-Playing-Field'-Regulation; e) Summary and Evaluation; PART III: Conclusions: 7. The New Regulatory State in Perspective.