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Preventing Regulatory Capture: Special Interest Influence and How to Limit It

edited by Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University, David A. Moss, Harvard University
Format
Book
Published
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107036086, 1107036089, 9781107646704, 1107646707
Contents
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction / Daniel Carpenter and David A. Moss
  • Failures of capture scholarship
  • A revisionist history of regulatory capture / William J. Novak
  • The concept of regulatory capture : a short, inglorious history / Richard A. Posner
  • Detecting and measuring capture / Daniel Carpenter
  • New conceptions of capture : mechanisms and outcomes
  • Cultural capture and the financial crisis / James Kwak
  • Complexity, capacity, and capture / Nolan McCarty
  • Preventing economists' capture / Luigi Zingales
  • Corrosive capture? : the dueling forces of autonomy and industry influence in FDA pharmaceutical regulation / Daniel Carpenter
  • Regulatory case studies
  • Capturing history : the case of the Federal Radio Commission in 1927 / David A. Moss and Jonathan B.L. Decker-- Conditional forbearance as an alternative to capture : evidence from coal mine safety regulation / Sanford C. Gordon and Catherine Hafer
  • Captured by disaster? : reinterpreting regulatory behavior in the shadow of the Gulf oil spill / Christopher Carrigan
  • Reconsidering agency capture during regulatory policymaking / Susan Webb Yackee
  • Coalitions, autonomy, and regulatory bargains in public health law / Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
  • The possibility of preventing capture
  • Preventing capture through consumer empowerment programs : some evidence from insurance regulation / Daniel Schwarcz
  • Courts and regulatory capture / M. Elizabeth Magill
  • Can executive review help prevent capture? / Michael A. Livermore and Richard L. Revesz
  • Conclusion : a focus on evidence and prevention / David A. Moss and Daniel Carpenter
  • Afterword / Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and Jim Leach [Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities].
Description
xxviii, 501 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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