Item Details

Does Regulation Kill Jobs?

edited by Cary Coglianese, Adam M. Finkel, and Christopher Carrigan
Format
Book
Published
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2013]
Language
English
ISBN
9780812245769, 0812245768
Contents
  • The jobs and regulation debate / Cary Coglianese, Christopher Carrigan
  • Analyzing the employment impacts of regulation / Richard D. Morgenstern
  • Do the job effects of regulation differ with the competitive environment? / Wayne B. Gray, Ronald J. Shadbegian
  • The employment and competitiveness impacts of power-sector regulations / Joseph E. Aldy, William A. Pizer
  • Environmental regulatory rigidity and employment in the electric power sector / Rolf Färe, Shawna Grosskopf, Carl A. Pasurka Jr., Ronald J. Shadbegian
  • hEmitting more light than heat: lessons from risk assessment controversies for the "job-killing regulations" debate / Adam M. Finkel
  • Happiness, health, and leisure: valuing the nonconsumption impacts of unemployment / Matthew D. Adler
  • A research agenda for improving the treatment of employment impacts in regulatory impact analysis / Ann E. Ferris, Al McGartland
  • Employment and human welfare: why does benefit-cost analysis seem blind to job impacts? / Brian F. Mannix
  • Unemployment and regulatory policy / Jonathan S. Masur, Eric A. Posner
  • Reforming the regulatory process to consider employment and other macroeconomic factors / Stuart Shapiro
  • Analysis to inform public discourse on jobs and regulation / Michael A. Livermore, Jason A. Schwartz
  • Rationing analysis of job losses and gains: an exercise in domestic comparative law / E. Donald Elliott.
Description
viii, 290 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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