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Law And Post-privatization Regulatory Reform: Perspectives From The U.S. Experience


Peter H. Schuck


Yale University - Law School

October 1999

Yale Law School, Program for Studies in Law, Economics and Public Policy, Working Paper No. 222

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The paper identifies three paradigmatic roles that public law can play in the kind of post-privatization political and policy environments in which emerging liberal democracies are now situated. These roles are (1) to create and institutionalize a strong but rebuttable presumption in favor of market solutions to social problems; (2) to maximize the effectiveness of regulation where it is used; and (3) to establish extra-regulatory institutions and processes that can help monitor, augment, and discipline ther resulting hybrid system of markets and regulation. The paper discusses how American public law has implemented these roles.

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Date posted: November 9, 1999  

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Schuck, Peter H., Law And Post-privatization Regulatory Reform: Perspectives From The U.S. Experience (October 1999). Yale Law School, Program for Studies in Law, Economics and Public Policy, Working Paper No. 222. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=191353 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.191353

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