Dynamics of Nuclear Energy Policies in India: A Case Study on the Emergence of Nuclear Safety Regulatory Authority

@article{Rabbi2018DynamicsON,
  title={Dynamics of Nuclear Energy Policies in India: A Case Study on the Emergence of Nuclear Safety Regulatory Authority},
  author={Md. Fazle Rabbi and M. Sabharwal},
  journal={Indian Journal of Public Administration},
  year={2018},
  volume={64},
  pages={664 - 685}
}
This study analyses the dynamics of nuclear energy policies in India by using Punctuated Equilibrium Theory (PET) and examines the emergence of India’s Nuclear Safety Regulatory Authority (NSRA) bill as an outcome of punctuation of policy equilibrium. In doing so, the initial part of the study focuses on origin, diffusion and antecedents of independent regulatory agencies (IRAs) to position PET as a theoretical framework, and in the latter part, we analyse the phenomenon of the emergence of the… Expand

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