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Democracy and Its Critics
Part 1 The sources of modern democracy: the first transformation - to the democratic city-state toward the second transformation - republicanism, representation, and the logic of equality. Part 2Expand
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Management-Based Regulation: Prescribing Private Management to Achieve Public Goals
We analyze a little-studied regulatory approach that we call management-based regulation. Management-based regulation directs regulated organizations to engage in a planning process that aims towardExpand
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Assessing Consensus: The Promise and Performance of Negotiated Rulemaking
Over its thirteen year history, the negotiated rulemaking process has yielded only thirty-five final administrative rules. By comparison, the federal government publishes over 3,000 final rules eachExpand
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Regulating from the Inside: Can Environmental Management Systems Achieve Policy Goals
Foreword Donald F. Kettl 1. Environmental Management Systems and the New Policy Agenda Cary Coglianese and Jennifer Nash Part 1: Motivations and Impacts 2. Environmental Management Systems: History,Expand
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The Transparency President? The Obama Administration and Open Government
President Obama has trumpeted transparency as a major part of his reform agenda, promising an "unprecedented" degree of governmental openness and overseeing a variety of open government reforms, fromExpand
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Voluntary Environmental Programs: Assessing Their Effectiveness
Voluntary environmental programs (VEPs) seek to improve the environment by encouraging, rather than mandating, businesses and other organizations to adopt environmentally protective measures. SinceExpand
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Performance-Based Regulation: Prospects and Limitations in Health, Safety and Environmental Protection
Regulation aims to improve the performance of individual and organizational behavior in ways that reduce social harms, whether by improving industry's environmental performance, increasing the safetyExpand
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Seeking Truth for Power: Informational Strategy and Regulatory Policy Making
Whether regulating mutual funds or chemical manufacturers, government's policy decisions depend on information possessed by industry. But it is not in any industry's interests to share informationExpand
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