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Regulated Industries
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Type

LEC

Credits

3 cr.

Student Year

2L/3L

Description:

The subject matter of this course will be industries subject to regulation, broadly construed. The course will examine how law, policy, and politics influence and shape government regulation in a variety of contexts. The course will address both economic and noneconomic justifications for government regulation, as well as different elements that influence regulatory design.
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Spring 2015: Regulated Industries

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Type

LEC

Credits

3

Student Year

2L/3L

TWEN

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Details:

Reading assignments for the first two days:

Weds., Jan. 21 -- Pages 1-26 of Regulatory Law and Policy: Cases and Materials by Shapiro & Tomain

Thurs., Jan. 22 -- Pages 29-37 of Regulatory Law and Policy: Cases and Materials by Shapiro & Tomain; TOC and excerpted provisions from Chapter 301 of Title 49 of the U.S. Code; Jerry Mashaw & David Harfst, Regulation and Legal Culture: The Case of Motor Vehicle Safety, 4 Yale J. on Reg. 257 (1987).  Note:  The statutory provisions and article by Mashaw & Harfst are provided primarily for background to supplement the material in the casebook.  You should look through them, but you do not need to read them super closely.  Instead, read through the casebook assignment, then skim through the article and the statutory provisions, focusing particularly on pages 257 through 274 of the article. 

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