4 edition of Intragovernmental Regulation and the Public Interest found in the catalog.
Intragovernmental Regulation and the Public Interest
Michael R. Fitzgerald
by Univ of Tennessee Bureau Public
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert F. Durant (Contributor)|
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|Number of Pages||108|
A government agency with responsibility for making and enforcing rules to protect the public interest in some sector of the economy and for judging disputes over these rules Government Corporation A government organization that, like business corporations, provides a service that could be delivered by the private sector and typically charges. Non-federal individuals and federal entities must have an ownership interest in the cash or other assets held by the government under provision of loan, regulation, or other fiduciary arrangement. The ownership interest must be enforceable against the government, and judicial remedies must be available for the breach of the government’s.
The federal government publishes the total debt owed (public and intragovernmental holdings) monthly. Reduction Negative real interest rates. Since , the U.S. Treasury has been obtaining negative real interest rates on government debt, meaning the inflation rate is . Grounded in common sense, public choice has become both a powerful explanatory device and a caution for skeptical regulators. Regulating in the Public Interest. Market failure was the central tenet of the traditional regulatory philosophy.  The "public interest" theory of regulation was embodied by the Interstate Commerce Act of The.
Information law, policy and the public interest, in M. Ferguson (ed.) New Communication Technologies and the Public Interest. London: Sage, pp. – Google ScholarCited by: 3. DoD Financial Management Regulation Volume 6B, Chapter 13 + January SUMMARY OF MAJOR CHANGES TO DOD R, VOLUME 6B, CHAPTER 13 “ADJUSTMENTS, ELIMINATIONS, AND OTHER SPECIAL INTRAGOVERNMENTAL RECONCILIATION PROCEDURES” Substantive revisions are denoted by a + preceding the section, paragraph, table, or figure that includes the File Size: KB.
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Intragovernmental regulation and the public interest: air pollution control in the Tennessee Valley. [Michael R Fitzgerald;] Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Intragovernmental regulation and the public Intragovernmental Regulation and the Public Interest book.
Knoxville: Bureau of Public Administration, University of. The concept of the public interest is often used in legal and political discourse, lending an air of legitimacy and respectability to exercises of power. However the term is rarely defined in any meaningful sense.
This book considers abstract concepts of public interest from the literature of law, political science, and economics. Using a series of case-studies from Britain and the USA.
A low-keyed, well-organized assessment of the FTC which concludes that, by itself, the agency cannot curb unfair monopolies and trade practices, but its rulings and informal ""jawboning"" with business have had some positive effect. Stone, who was a trial lawyer for the FTC for eight years, rejects the thesis of a Nader Report that personnel are to blame for the agency's deficiencies, and adds.
Intragovernmental Holdings are mostly made up of the Government Account Series (GAS) held by government trust funds, revolving funds, and special funds.
Debt Held by the Public includes all federal debt held by individuals, corporations, state and local governments, foreign governments, and GAS deposit funds, such as the Thrift Savings Plan. Economic Regulation and the Public Interest: The Federal Trade Commission in Theory and Practice [Stone, Alan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Economic Regulation and the Public Interest: The Federal Trade Commission in Theory and PracticeCited by: Book Review Public Policy in the Public Interest by Susan Rose-Ackerman* MAKING PUBLIC POLICY: A HOPEFUL VIEW OF AMERICAN GOVERN- MENT, by Steven Kelman, Basic Books, N.
Y., Oliver North seems to be Steven Kelman's ideal public official. The book should be illuminating and useful for political scientists and legal scholars interested in regulatory policy, the politics of regulation, public administration, and administrative law. Regulation and Public Interests would be an excellent book for graduate courses in any of those fields."Robert A.
Kagan, Law & Politics Book ReviewCited by: The private interest (or public choice) model, by contrast, suggests that government officials enact laws that are in their own private interest. It is important to know which model is a more accurate description of reality because the models have very different implications for our attitudes toward regulation.
The Public Interest Theory of regulation explains in general terms, that regulation seeks the protection and benefit of the public at large; public interest can be further described as the best possible allocation of scarce resources for individual and collective goods.
Regulation means the employment of legal instruments for the implementation of socio-economic policy objectives, for example. Buy Newsgathering: Law, Regulation, and the Public Interest by Millar QC, Gavin, Scott, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gavin Millar QC, Andrew Scott.
In the June–July poll, 50 percent said government regulation of business is necessary to protect the public interest, while 45 percent said government regulation usually does. Intragovernmental Regulation and the Public Interest: Air Pollution Control in the Tennessee Valley (co-authored with Michael R.
Fitzgerald, Stephen J. Rechichar, and Larry W. Thomas), Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, Refereed Articles: Published or Accepted for Publication. See tion: Professor Emeritus. that regulation is beneficial for the development of financial markets and to public participation in them (Glaeser et al., ; La Porta et al., ).
A more nuanced theory, which incorporates the powerful Chicago critiques of the public interest approach to government, File Size: KB. or any such regulation, certificate, licence, permit, order or direction is prohibited, sanctioned or required to be done.” Also, when considering approval of a permit application, the NEB is to “consider any public interest that in the Board’s opinion may be affected by the.
In my article entitled “The Consumption of Lawyer Independence” () 17 Int’l Jo. of the Legal Prof. at pp.I suggested that we should regard lawyer independence as a public trust and that we should meld non-governmental oversight and the public trust as the way to deal with lawyer regulators who breach their fiduciary duty to regulate in the public interest.
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U.S. Department of the Interior Inter/Intra-Agency Agreement Handbook C. No DOI employee or representative may use the policies or procedures in this Handbook (or specific guidelines DOI Bureaus/Offices establish under the authority of this Handbook) to circumvent statutory and regulatory requirements relating to the award of.
intragovernmental exchange, nonexchange, and fiduciary activities. This policy is effective immediately and applies to all intragovernmental and intradepartmental transactions. POLICY. The intragovernmental order contains the negotiated agreement between the buyer and seller of goods or services.
The order will provide File Size: 82KB. The public interest view of regulation holds that government regulators will implement rules which improve the welfare of consumers. From this perspective, regulations are meant to protect consumers from harm resulting from irresponsible, greedy, or fraudulent producers.
Public Regulation studies the formation of institutions and government policies that regulate industry, offering new data, new contexts, and new tools for analyzing the structure and performance of regulatory activity. It addresses both how these institutions and policies came into being and how well or poorly they work.
The contributors examine them variously, from economic, political, social. ‘Regulation is the public administrative policing of a private activity with respect to a rule prescribed in the public interest’ (Mitnick7). The definition points to three central ideas: Regulation is restrictive and directed towards private activities; it rests on administrativeCited by: 1.regulation and the OECD should not recommend such a preference.
2. Users of Regulation The recommendation begins, “Orient regulatory policy around the needs of users.” In fact, regulation should be oriented to serve the public interest. The immediate “users” of any given regulation are only a subset of the general public.COVID Resources.
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