Measuring the employment effects of regulation : where did the jobs go?


Measuring the employment effects of regulation : where did the jobs go?

Neal S. Zank

Quorum Books, 1996

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Bibliography: p. [115]-138

Includes index



An increasing amount of attention has been focused on the employment effect of governmental regulation. Controversy over the implementation and impacts of governmental rules are now central to current public policy debates relating to employment and labor markets. A new policy framework for regulation is needed to make the regulatory decision-making process more responsive to the requirements for economic growth and to the employment effects of regulation. The President and Congress need to provide effective oversight of the process, from the perspective of both a single regulation and a government-wide approach to regulatory planning. Regulatory agencies need to use state-of-the-art analytical tools so that they can better determine the employment effects of their regulatory actions. This book presents a common-sense, albeit highly sophisticated and technical, approach to improving the technical soundness, credibility, and transparency of the regulatory decision-making process.


Preface Acknowledgments Introduction A Brief History of Federal Regulation of Business and Society The Economic and Employment Effects of Regulation How Employment Effects Are Addressed in the Regulatory Development Process The Regulatory Review Process Approaches for Reform: Addressing Employment Effects in Regulatory Decision Making Appendix A: Estimating Employment Effects Using Computational General Equilibrium Models Appendix B: Executive Order 12866 of September 30, 1993--Regulatory Planning and Review Appendix C: Excerpts from "Economic Analysis of Federal Regulations under Executive Order 12866" - January 11, 1996 Appendix D: Bibliography of Studies on the Effects of Regulation Bibliography Index

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