Taming the Regulatory State: Politics and Ethics
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing | Pages: 185 | 2009-06-30 | ISBN 1848444230 | PDF | 3 MB
Professor Veggeland's ambitious study of the regulatory state is an exceptionally timely and apposite analysis. It combines theoretical, historical, and empirical perspectives on the evolution of state regulation of the economy over the past century with an emphasis on the past thirty years. It covers issues such as the rise and fall of indicative and central planning (in the context of democratic capitalism), the loss of national sovereignty in the era of European and global integration, and new theories and practice in public administration. Rich with contemporary cases it will contribute to the "agonizing reappraisal" of policy trends in western democracies.'
- Eric S. Einhorn, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US
`It is not often that the experience of a Northern European semi-periphery speaks directly to a core European, and indeed increasingly global, problematic. Taming the Regulatory State is just such an achievement, combining a comprehensive treatment of the European governance literature with a keen eye for the political as well as ethical dimensions of contemporary state re-structuring. A signally important book.'
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