Co-opting for governance: The use of the conditions power by the ACCC in Authorisations
The age of the regulatory state has brought many changes to the role of the state, the operation of regulatory agencies and has challenged our way of conceptualising the nature of regulation. Regulators who are subject to the multiple goals of efficiency, clarity and predictability, with efficiency taking increasing significance, are focussed on regulating to improve the integrity of market by correcting market failure. A large amount of the regulating is in the form of self-regulation, carried...[Show more]
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