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Regulation and Public Interests:
The Possibility of Good Regulatory Government
Steven P. Croley

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Acknowledgments ix
Introduction: An Uneasy Commitment to Regulatory Government 1

PART I: THE CYNICAL VIEW OF REGULATORY GOVERNMENT, AND ITS ALTERNATIVES 7
Chapter One; The Basic Project 9
Chapter Two: The Cynical View of Regulation 14
Chapter Three: Is Regulatory Capture Inevitable? 26
Chapter Four: Alternative Visions of Regulatory Government 53

PART II: THE ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATORY STATE 77
Chapter Five: Opening the Black Box: Regulatory Decisionmaking in Legal Context 81
Chapter Six: Regulatory Government as Administrative Government 102
Chapter Seven: Participation in Administrative Decisionmaking 118
Chapter Eight: The Administrative-Process Approach Expanded: A More Developed Picture 134

PART III: PUBLIC INTERESTED REGULATION 157
Chapter Nine: The Environmental Protection Agency's Ozone and Particulate Matter Rules 163
Chapter Ten: The Food and Drug Administration's Tobacco Initiative 180
Chapter Eleven: The Forest Service's Roadless Policy for National Forests 196
Chapter Twelve: Socially Beneficial Administrative Decisionmaking: Additional Evidence 213

PART IV: PUBLIC CHOICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS 237
Chapter Thirteen: The Public Choice Theory Revisited 241
Chapter Fourteen: The Promise of an Administrative-Process Orientation 258
Chapter Fifteen: Regulatory Rents, Regulatory Failures, and Other Objections 284
Conclusion: The Regulatory State and Social Welfare 304

Notes 307
Index 365

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