Regulated Self-Regulation as a Form of Modern Government
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Regulated Self-Regulation as a Form of Modern Government

An Analysis of Case Studies from Media and Telecommunications Law
Wolfgang Schulz and Thorsten Held
Distribution: North America
Publication date: 3/3/2005
Format: paper 0 pages
6 x 9
ISBN: 978-1-86020-597-2
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Massive changes are taking place all over the world in redefining the relationship between government, public, and private institutions. Nowhere is this redefinition more urgent than in communications, where widespread privatization and deregulation of telecommunication companies and broadcasters has created a need for new modes of corporate governance in the new global marketplace. In this study, Wolfgang Schulz and Thorsten Held set out to find answers to key questions relating to the changing role of government—especially in regulating the transnational communications industry—and to provide a tool kit for what they call regulated self-regulation applicable across the world.
North America and Asia (excluding Australia and New Zealand)

Author Bio

Wolfgang Schulz and Thorsten Held are senior researchers at the Hans-Bredow Institute in Hamburg.

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