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Political Science 147C Professor Scott C. James Study Guide for Final Exam American Political Development: Institutional Development The American Regulatory State Part I: IDs (50% of grade) Five of the IDs below will be selected for the final exam. Your score on each will reflect how well you 1) define the concept, 2) elaborate it, using examples where appropriate, and 3) situate it in the important themes of the course. The Wagner Act and Regulatory Unionism Foster and Catchings’ Critique of "Say's Law of Markets" Keynesian Economics (Collins and Lecture) Supply-Side Economics (Collins) "Transmission Belt" and Expertise Models of Administrative Law Contemporary (Pluralist) Model of Administrative Law National Recovery Administration (NRA) Simon Patton’s Contribution to Consumptionist Thought Theories of "Regulatory Capture" "The New Property Rights" and Standing (Administrative and Legal) The New Social Regulation Principles of Regulatory Reform in the GOP's "Contract with America"
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Unformatted text preview: Administrative Regulatory Reforms in the Clinton Administration. Marginal Cost Pricing (McCraw) Participatory Regulation at the SEC (McCraw) Part II: Essay Question (50% of grade) 1) Write an essay in which you critically assess the British approach to regulation and its value as a guide to the reform of the contemporary American regulatory state. Your answer should give evidence of some consideration to the following questions: According to Vogel, along what dimensions do British and American regulatory styles principally differ? In your judgment, what are the strengths and weaknesses of the British system? From what aspects of the British system might U. S. reformers profitably draw? What precedents for such changes can you find in American's regulatory past and present? What modifications might be required to make such changes more adequately conform to America's distinctive regulatory and political traditions?...
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