Found 2 article(s) for author 'Deregulation'

Deregulating Is Not So Easy

Deregulating Is Not So Easy. Cass Sunstein,¬†July 25, 2017, Opinion, “In what sounded like a major announcement, the Trump administration last week highlighted numbers showing it was making big strides in controlling regulations. It is true that the pace of rulemaking has slowed dramatically. Thus far, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs has approved just 41 regulations, meaning that we might see fewer than 100 in all of 2017. That would be less than one-fifth of the average under the most recent Republican president, George W. Bush.” Link

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The Euro and Structural Reforms

The Euro and Structural Reforms.¬†Alberto Alesina, November 2008, Paper. “This paper investigates whether or not the adoption of the Euro has facilitated the introduction of structural reforms, defined as deregulation in the product markets and liberalization and deregulation in the labor markets. After reviewing the theoretical arguments that may link the adoption of the Euro and structural reforms, we investigate the empirical evidence. We find that the adoption of the Euro has been associated with an acceleration of the pace of structural reforms in the product market…” Link

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