The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Agencies

@article{Jordana2011TheGD,
  title={The Global Diffusion of Regulatory Agencies},
  author={J. Jordana and D. Levi-faur and Xavier Fern{\'a}ndez i Mar{\'i}n},
  journal={Comparative Political Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={44},
  pages={1343 - 1369}
}
  • J. Jordana, D. Levi-faur, Xavier Fernández i Marín
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Comparative Political Studies
  • The autonomous regulatory agency has recently become the “appropriate model” of governance across countries and sectors. The dynamics of this process are captured in the authors’ data set, which covers the establishment of agencies in 48 countries and 15 sectors for the period 1966-2007. Adopting a diffusion approach to explain this broad process of institutional change, the authors explore the role of countries and sectors as sources of institutional transfer at different stages of the… CONTINUE READING
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