Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
The basic project. -- The cynical view of regulation. -- Is regulatory capture inevitable?. -- Alternative visions of regulatory government. -- Opening the black box : regulatory decisionmaking in legal context. -- Regulatory government as administrative government. -- Participation in administrative decisionmaking. -- The administrative-process approach expanded : a more developed picture. -- The Environmental Protection Agency's ozone and particulate matter rules. -- The Food and Drug Administration's tobacco initiative. -- The Forest Service's roadless policy for national forests. -- Socially beneficial administrative decisionmaking. -- The public choice theory revisited. -- The promise of an administrative-process orientation. -- Regulatory rents, regulatory failures, and other objections. -- The regulatory state and social welfare.