Market Regulation

Market Regulation

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Market Regulation gives students the economic intuition to analyze the history of antitrust and regulation, diagnose current corporate strategy, and evaluate possible policy recommendations. Roger Sherman grounds modern examples in historical context and develops thought-provoking discussions to motivate students from many different majors. The structure of the text can easily be adapted for use in a variety of courses. Three main sections-antitrust, industry regulation, and social regulation-present the basic theories. The industry regulation chapters (Part II) are self-contained for flexibility, covering specific industries such as communications, postal service, and energy.They also are higher off the ground, which allows them to override the side structure protection of a car and reach its ... Automobiles tend to use a lattice structure of lighter steel and aluminum parts that collapses gradually to absorb some ... To meet the new standard for light- trucks, their front and rear bumpers would be lowered, or else have hollow impact- ... Accountability, and Documentation Act (called TREAD) after deaths from blowouts of Firestone tires on Ford Explorers in 2000, .

Title:Market Regulation
Author: Roger Sherman
Publisher:Addison-Wesley - 2008

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