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Regulatory Bargaining and Public Law

Regulatory Bargaining and Public Law

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  • Date Published: June 2005
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521838924

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  • This text explores the implications of a bargaining perspective for institutional governance and public law in deregulated industries such as electric power and telecommunications. Leading media accounts blame deregulated markets for failures in competitive restructuring policies. However, the author argues that governmental institutions, often influenced by private stakeholders, share blame for the defects in deregulated markets. The first part of the book explores the minimal role that judicial intervention played for much of the twentieth century in public utility industries and how deregulation presents fresh opportunities and challenges for public law. The second part of the book explores the role of public law in a deregulatory environment, focusing on the positive and negative incentives it creates for the behavior of private stakeholders and public institutions in a bargaining-focused political process.

    • Covers topics of deregulations and accountability of public institutions
    • Offers a range of legal and institutional remedies for both government and market failures
    • Author nationally known for his work on the subject, US focused but has international implications
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    "The Strength of Regulatory Bargaining and Public Law resides in Professor Rossi's expert analysis of how existing public law doctrine must be assessed during this period of regulatory transition or deregulation. [It] will prove beneficial to scholars and practitioners of law, economics, and political science because it provides a valuable approach to understanding administrative law generally and economic regulation more generally." - Joseph Tomain, Dean Emeritus and Ziegler Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law

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    • Date Published: June 2005
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521838924
    • length: 290 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 159 x 28 mm
    • weight: 0.6kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. The scope of regulatory bargaining
    Part I. Extending Incomplete Bargains from the Economics of the Firm to Public Governance:
    2. Regulatory bargains and the stability of natural monopoly regulation
    3. The incompleteness of regulatory law: moving beyond the 'small world' of natural monopoly regulation
    4. Refin(anc)ing service obligations for a competitive environment
    Part II. Incomplete Regulatory Bargains, Institutions, and the Role of Judicial Review in Deregulated Industries:
    5. Deregulatory takings, incomplete regulatory bargains, and judicial review
    6. Incomplete regulatory tariffs and the role of courts
    7. Bargaining for state-assisted monopoly
    8. Overcoming bargaining failures in a federalist system
    9. Incomplete regulatory bargaining and the lessons for judicial review.

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    Jim Rossi, Florida State University

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