Agencification, Regulation and Judicialization: American Exceptionalism and Other Ways of Life

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Title: Agencification, Regulation and Judicialization: American Exceptionalism and Other Ways of Life
Authors: Scott, Colin
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Date: 2008
Abstract: This paper suggests that a regimes approach, which analyses the variety of state and non-state actors participating within any given regulatory space, might provide a better framework within which to understand the nature and contribution of agencies to regulatory activity. The regimes approach has important implications for understanding the nature and problems of judicialization, since our emphasis is on judicialization as it affects all of the actors in the regime, and not just agencies (where they exist). More generally this approach offers a different perspective on the critical question of state capacity for regulatory governance.
Type of material: Book Chapter
Publisher: Routledge
Journal: Ginsbury, T. and Chen, H.Y. (eds. ). Administrative Law and Governance in Asia
Start page: 38
End page: 58
Keywords: RegulationAgenciesJuridification
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Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Is part of: Ginsburg, T., Chen, A. (eds.). Administrative Law and Governance in Asia
ISBN: 9780415777315
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