Index
Accessibility, 10-11
Accountability claims, 43
in Europe, 273-83
secondary legislation, and, 65-74
tertiary rules, and, 107-11
Administrative law
Richard Stewart on, 33-6
Administrative Procedure Act 1946, 77-80
Allen, C.K., 91
Ambient standards, 175
Asimow, M., 112
Bardach, Eugene, and Kagan, Robert
over-regulation, on, 29, 182-4
Barrett, S. and Fudge, C., 164-5
Bench-marks
establishment of, 300
Braybrooke, D., and Lindblom, C.E., 210
By-laws, 62
California Adult Authority, 26
Capital Markets, 32
Citizens Charter, 30, 34, 119
Codes of practice, 105-6
Commendatory rules, 83
Compliance, 143-74
across the board regulation, 162
administrative notices, and, 146-7
advice, and, 152-3
anti-formalistic approach, 187
creative, 185-9
devolution of discretion, 184
ease of prosecution, 160-1
education, and, 153
enforcement costs, 170
Factory Inspectorate, 143-57
formalism, 188
Health and Safety Executive, 143-57
inclusiveness, problems of, 175-85
information, and, 154-6
intelligibility of packages, 161
key hazards, and, 157-8
level of performance, 176
misformulation, and, 175-85
negotiation, and, 148-52
pattern of ideologies, 169-70
penalty systems, and, 184-5
persuasion, and, 148-52
policy-making, and, 164-7
political constraints, 169-74
precision of rules, 179-81
prerequisites for effective agency implementation, 171-2
process, problem of, 167-9
promoting, and, 154-6
prosecution and, 146-7, 178
regulatory ratchet, 183
rule-types, 143-57
securing, 143-74
securing results, 174-89
seeking, 143-57
self-assessment, 162-4
self-regulation, 162-4
size of packages, 161
standards based on reasonableness, 160
steps to encourage rules conducive to, 173-4
targeting of enforcement priorities, 158-9
tax and accountancy fields, 188
top-down approach, 164-7
Compliance Cost Assessments, 196-9, 204, 207
Compliance-oriented approach to rules, 157-9
Compliance-seeking achieving results, and, 302-3
Compliance-seeking strategies, 12
Contract, government by, 110-11
Contracting state, 111
Cost-Benefit Analysis, 193-216
Courts
secondary legislation, and, 72-4
Craig, Paul
democratic theory, 49
European decision-making, 272
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, 95-6
Daintith, Terence
dominium and imperium, on, 293
Davis, Kenneth Culp
concept of justice, 21-2

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