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Regulatory Reform
by Robert L. Kuhn and Margaret N. Maxey and Robert Lawrence Kuhn




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The authors have raised key questions about why and how a more enlightened, cost-effective system of regulation would result in greater benefits to the citizen, taxpayer, and consumer--they explore the public's attitudes and features a novel cultural approach which explores the ethical assumptions and political transformations that have served to justify, over the years, the agendas of both defenders and critics of government regulation. Scholars in environmental science, law, ethics, and related fields raise fundamental questions about the cultural process of risk selection, new strategies for managing technological risks, alternative models for regulatory reform, and the unique role played by the university as a new agenda emerges within a technological society.

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Overview

The authors have raised key questions about why and how a more enlightened, cost-effective system of regulation would result in greater benefits to the citizen, taxpayer, and consumer--they explore the public's attitudes and features a novel cultural approach which explores the ethical assumptions and political transformations that have served to justify, over the years, the agendas of both defenders and critics of government regulation. Scholars in environmental science, law, ethics, and related fields raise fundamental questions about the cultural process of risk selection, new strategies for managing technological risks, alternative models for regulatory reform, and the unique role played by the university as a new agenda emerges within a technological society.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780275901455
  • ISBN-10: 0275901459
  • Publisher: Praeger
  • Publish Date: February 1985
  • Page Count: 254
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds


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