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20 Sep 2014, 1:06 pm
First, was the idea that the nature of regulation has been changing, from one based on commands and prohibitions, or one based on risk management and allocation for certain conduct, to one based on the seamless management of behavior centered on specific groups of human activities―financial markets, labor-management relations, product safety, activities that might affect environmental conditions, and the like. [read post]