Organized Interests and Self-Regulation: An Economic Approach (FEEM Studies in Economics) download epub
by Bernardo Bortolotti,Gianluca Fiorentini
Authors : Bernardo Bortolotti, Gianluca Fiorentini Contributors: B. Bortolotti, G. Fiorentini, L. A. Franzoni, G. Galeotti, D. Garvie, H-L. Lee, . Magee, P. L. Sacco, C. Scarpa, R. Van den Bergh.
Authors : Bernardo Bortolotti, Gianluca Fiorentini. Publisher : Oxford University Press, FEEM Series on Studies in Economics. The book collects a selection of contributions about the role of organized interests in collective decision-making. In democratic settings, organized interests play a role at the legislative stage, affecting electoral outcome through lobbying activity. Contributors: B. FEEM Newsletter & Update.
By Bernardo Bortolotti, Gianluca Fiorentini. This collected volume studies the role of organized interests in collective decision-making and the emergence of self-regulation. FEEM Studies in Economics ii. Organized Interests and Self-Regulation: An Economic Approach. In democratic settings, organized interests play a role at the legislative stage, affecting the outcome through lobbying activity.
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Organized interests and self-regulation. an economic approach. FEEM studies in economics. by Bernardo Bortolotti, Gianluca Fiorentini. Published 1999 by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New york. Industries, Congresses, Self-regulation, Pressure groups.
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This approach contends that clientelism is a particular mix of particularism and universalism, in which interests are aggregated at the level of the individual and his family ‘particularism’, but in which all interests can potentially find expression and accommodation ‘universalism’.
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Andrews, Philip, ‘Self-Regulation by Professions - The Approach under EU and US Competition Rules’, 23. .
Gehrig, Thomas and Peter Jost, ‘Quacks, Lemons, and Self Regulation: A Welfare Analysis’, 7 Journal of Regulatory Economics (1995) pp. 309–325.