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  • Author:
    Edward J. Balleisen,David A. Moss
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (November 16, 2009)
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    576 pages
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Pointing the way beyond simplistic capture theories of regulation, these essays illustrate how institutionally informed analysis can help to rebuild a constructive relationship between governments and markets.

Pointing the way beyond simplistic capture theories of regulation, these essays illustrate how institutionally informed analysis can help to rebuild a constructive relationship between governments and markets. Tom Baker, University of Pennsylvania Law School. A deeply distinguished multidisciplinary gathering lays out new directions and bold challenges for regulatory theory and practice.

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Edward J. Balleisen, David A. Moss. After two generations of emphasis on governmental inefficiency and the need for deregulation, we now see growing interest in the possibility of constructive governance, alongside public calls for new, smarter regulation. Yet there is a real danger that regulatory reforms will be rooted in outdated ideas. As the financial crisis has shown, neither traditional market failure models nor public choice theory, by themselves, sufficiently inform or explain our current regulatory challenges.

Governments and Markets is an engaging and ambitious rethinking of the role of regulation in the twenty-first century. Mark Stephan, Washington State University, Vancouver.

The theory shows that owners and their agents (employees) benefit from monitoring. Furthermore, the owners and managers of enterprises bear the cost when potential investors and users of financial statements (outsiders) fear that those in control operate the enterprise contrary to the interests of the. Balleisen is an American academic.

Government and Markets book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation as Want to Read: Want to Read saving. After two generations of emphasis on governmental inefficiency and. Start by marking Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Balleisen is Associate Professor of History at Duke University, where he. .David A. Moss is the John G. McLean Professor at Harvard Business School, where he teaches in the business, government and international economy area

Edward J. Balleisen is Associate Professor of History at Duke University, where he teaches American business history and American legal history. McLean Professor at Harvard Business School, where he teaches in the business, government and international economy area.

Edward Balleisen and David Moss, Introduction, in Balleisen and Moss, ed. Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2009).

L. Randall Wray, 2011 RePEc working paper series dedicated to the job market. Pretend you are at the helm of an economics department. Randall Wray, 2011. Government and Markets: Toward a New Theory of Regulation. Handle: RePEc:bla:econom:v:78:y:2011:i:311:p:584-585. RePEc working paper series dedicated to the job market.

After two generations of emphasis on governmental inefficiency and the need for deregulation, we now see growing interest in the possibility of constructive governance, alongside public calls for new, smarter regulation. Yet there is a real danger that regulatory reforms will be rooted in outdated ideas. As the financial crisis has shown, neither traditional market failure models nor public choice theory, by themselves, sufficiently inform or explain our current regulatory challenges. Regulatory studies, long neglected in an atmosphere focused on deregulatory work, is in critical need of new models and theories that can guide effective policy-making. This interdisciplinary volume points the way toward the modernization of regulatory theory. Its essays by leading scholars move past predominant approaches, integrating the latest research about the interplay between human behavior, societal needs, and regulatory institutions. The book concludes by setting out a potential research agenda for the social sciences.