Develops a theory of trade regulation, shows the kinds of problems that can occur when the wrong type of controls are placed on an industry, and suggests an approach for modifying regulatory policiesProblems 554, 563 (1954). 15. Nelson, supra note 14, at 560; Olson, supra note 13, at 540-544. See S.R. 29, which allowed the regulators to pass through authorized cost increases to avoid a aquot;replacement cost squeeze.aquot; \6 Fed. Reg.
|Title||:||REGULATION AND ITS REFORM|
|Author||:||Stephen G. BREYER|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1982|