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タイトル: Trends in Economic and Social Regulation and Implications for Japan
著者: Noble, Gregory W.
発行日: 2003年3月31日
出版者: 東京大学社会科学研究所
掲載誌情報: 社會科學研究. 第54巻 第2号, 2003.03, pp. 45-75
抄録: Slow growth and excessive pessimism about industry capture and bureaucratic imperialism have blinded observers in Japan to important recent reforms of economic regulation (particularly elimination of various forms of supply-demand balancing), and impeded analysis of emerging issues. Economic deregulation both abroad and in Japan and increasing demands for social and environmental regulation, as well as prudential regulation and oversight of corporate governance, have only increased the significance of political and managerial issues surrounding regulation : effects of changes in partisan control ; regulation of partial monopolies; attempts to centralize oversight of regulation, including cost-benefit analysis, policy evaluation, and advisory commissions ; establishment of independent regulatory commissions, and the operation of enforced self-regulation by business. Domestic regulation is also increasingly intertwined with regional and global regulatory arrangements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/15347
ISSN: 03873307


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