volume 3, issue 3, P675-707 1997
DOI: 10.1017/s1357321700005080
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P.M. Booth

Abstract: This paper examines the political economy of regulation, reviewing market socialist, neo-classical and public interest approaches to regulation and analysing the development of financial services and insurance regulation in these frameworks. However, the paper suggests that these approaches do not capture properly many of the features of a market and the behaviour of regulators. Public choice theory is discussed, and it is concluded that there has not been significant capture of the regulatory process by inte…

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