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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clare Hall; Colin Scott; Christopher Hood
|Description:||xi, 249 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Part I: Introduction1. Ducts, poles and holes in the ground: the inner world of telecommunications regulation 2. The archaeology of a regulatory regime Part II: Culture and regulation3. Peculiar place, peculiar culture: organising and structuring the regulatory office Part III: The absolutist myth in regulation4. 'Oftel c'est moi': the role of the individual DGT 5. Oftel in space: interdependence and accountability Part IV: Decision-making6. Regulatory decision styles 7. Price controls and numbering administration: Cartesian-bureaucratic issue-processing episodes 8. Regulating anti-competitive conduct and not regulating hotel phone pricing: adhocratic-chaotic issue-processing episodes 9. Complaint-handling, licence enforcement and anti-competitive conduct II: bargaining-diplomatic issue-processing episodes Part V: Lessons learnt10. Regulatory science, regulatory policy and possible regulatory futures Epilogue - OFTEL's fourth life-stage? New director general, New Labour, new rules of the game Glossary Bibliography|
|Series Title:||Routledge advances in management and business studies.|
|Responsibility:||Clare Hall, Colin Scott, and Christopher Hood.|