When you consider casebooks for your next administrative law course, make sure you examine this excellent revision from an author team of unmatched expertise. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND REGULATORY POLICY: Problems, Text, and Cases, Sixth Edition, offers a challenging examination of doctrine and policy that has been perfected through years of classroom use. <p class=copymedium> The casebook is highly respected for its many strengths: <li class=copymedium>stellar authorship <li class=copymedium>logical organization that reveals the interaction between doctrine and procedure, as well as bureaucratic and political factors in play <li class=copymedium>notes and problems that systematically survey regulation, exploring not only prices and entry, but also health, safety, and the environment <li class=copymedium>historical background material on the rise of regulation and the role of the New Deal in changing American government <li class=copymedium>coverage of economic aspects of regulatory control, examining the regulatory decision-making process through cost-benefit analysis <li class=copymedium>comprehensive Teacher's Manual that offers detailed advice and answers to problems</ul><p class=copymedium> Changes for the Sixth Edition reflect both legal developments and classroom experience: <li class=copymedium>new Supreme Court cases, including those involving the war on terrorism <li class=copymedium>new treatment of the relationship between administrative law and the war on terror <li class=copymedium>clearer explication of the Chevron problem and recent developments in the theory and practice of judicial review of agency action <li class=copymedium>new materials on national security tradeoffs, environmental protection, and telecommunications considered in exploring the relationship between administrative law and regulatory policy <li class=copymedium>expanded treatment of the foundations of the modern regulatory state, including the debate between standard economic theory and behavioral economics <li class=copymedium>additional discussion of separation of powers questions -- and the role of the courts in responding to them</ul>
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Book Description Aspen Law & Business, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 4th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0735500150
Book Description Aspen Law & Business, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0735500150