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by Almarin Phillips

eBook Promoting Competition in Regulated Markets (Studies in the regulation of economic activity) epub
  • ISBN: 0815770529
  • Author: Almarin Phillips
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brookings Institution; First Edition edition (August 21, 1975)
  • Pages: 397 pages
  • ePUB size: 1205 kb
  • FB2 size 1617 kb
  • Formats docx doc lit mobi


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Regulation with a view to achieving growth, competition and innovation in digital financial services in developing countries. The study was provided by Policy Department A at the request of the ECON Committee. Government regulation may or may not promote either competition or efficiency, depending on both the goals of the agency and the effects of industry "capture.

Economic deregulation of industry and transport is one of the economic policies exerted in recent years in Spain, with the aim of increasing efficiency in the economic system. This paper focus on the economic effects of transport deregulation. To this end, we have applied the theoretical apparatus pertaining to the estimation of the consumer’s surplus, using a series of previous empirical studies on the different modes of transport in Spain, their regulations and the effects of such deregulation as they have undergone

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Almarin Phillips, e. 33. Waverman compares an estimated microwave cost function to AT&T's cable costs. He findsthat microwave average costs flatten at an output that is a trivial fraction of total output on typical high-density routes. The difficulty in viewing this historythrough the lens of the ET lies in the heavy weight one must give to the foresight of the regulators.

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Economic impact of regulation in the field of liberal. professions in different Member States. Economic impact of regulation in the field of liberal.

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Books in this series present new insights into individual agencies, programs, and regulated sectors, as well as the important economic, political, and administrative aspects of the regulatory process that cut across these boundaries. Richard Schmalensee and Nancy Rose.

Economic regulation techno-economic relations implies purposeful action of the state and the supranational bodies in the development of singular, particular and General forms of the social division of labour within individual.

Economic regulation techno-economic relations implies purposeful action of the state and the supranational bodies in the development of singular, particular and General forms of the social division of labour within individual countries and the global economy, the use of the relevant laws and conflict resolution

Competition is the regulator of economic activity. Some see a market economy as largely self-regulating, assuming there are enough firms competing in the market to be a check on self-interest.

Competition is the regulator of economic activity. Doesn't self-interest lead to price gouging, corruption and cheating? Sometimes it does, but most often it is held in check by competition. Others point to examples of fraud where competition has failed to be an adequate check on self-interest - they argue that government must take a more active role regulating economic activity. In fact, much of the fighting among political groups has to do with the question of how much government control is needed to regulate the economy.

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