Bureaucrats and Brainpower: Government Regulation of Universities

Bureaucrats and Brainpower: Government Regulation of Universities

Bureaucrats and Brainpower: Government Regulation of Universities

Bureaucrats and Brainpower: Government Regulation of Universities

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Regulatory expansion--its benefits and its threats. The costs in time, money, autonomy. Suggested alternatives: political activism, cooperation with government agencies, special interest groups. The opportunity for businessmen.

Government regulation of the private sector of American society has grown at an alarming rate in the past decade and a half. The problem began with the older economic regulations . . .

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