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Regulation, Institutions and the Law

by: Jaivir Singh

A large body of standard literature on regulation has grown organically in response to the markets in the United States and Western Europe. The twelve papers in Regulation, Institutions and the Law try to understand the specific context within which regulation has unfolded in a country like India, which is different in many ways from […]

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A large body of standard literature on regulation has grown organically in response to the markets in the United States and Western Europe. The twelve papers in Regulation, Institutions and the Law try to understand the specific context within which regulation has unfolded in a country like India, which is different in many ways from that of the United States and Western Europe. The volume also dwells on how these regulatory issues flow across national boundaries and affect the international arena in this age of globalization.

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ISBN: 978-81-87358-28-2
Publisher: Social Science Press
Publish Date: 2007
Page Count: 256

Meet the Author
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Jaivir Singh teaches at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has published articles on the economics of labour law, competition policy, regulation, legal procedure, judicial activism and separation of powers, and is the author of ‘Central Government Policies: Interface with Competition Policy Objectives’ in Pradeep S. Mehta ed., Towards a Functional Competition Policy for India (Jaipur: CUTS International 2005).

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