Item description for Formulation of Appropriate Laws: A New Integrated Multidisciplinary Approach and an Application to Electronic Funds Transfer Regulation by Paul White...
The formulation of efficient laws (i.e., legal rule formulation) is a central issue in the study, practice and implementation of laws since efficient laws have profound positive social, economic political and welfare effects. This book has developed a new approach to the formulation of efficient laws with an illustrative application to electronic fund transfer regulation in Australia. Fragmented approaches to the formulation of laws such as comparative law analysis and welfare economic analysis of laws exist in the existing literature which are affected by laws is necessary in formulating efficient (socially desirable) laws. In this book, an integrated approach that embeds these 2 approaches as well as other considerations of other dimensions of human welfare is developed. This approach can be applied to formulate efficient laws, irrespective of social, political and economic organisations of the country under study, which maximise social welfare of the country.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.45" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.63" Weight: 1.06 lbs.
Release Date May 23, 2008
ISBN 3540720464 ISBN13 9783540720461
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More About Paul White
Paul White, who was born in Yorkshire, north England, left school to train as an electronics engineer with the Ministry of Aviation. Always a performing musician -- playing first drums then guitar -- he has been on the recording scene ever since home recording became popular, leaving the commercial electronics sector to become a technical author. Currently Editor of the respected industry leader Sound On Sound, Paul was previously the Editor of Home Studio Recording, Audio Media and Recording Musician and Technical Editor of Guitarist, Home Keyboard Review and Rhythm. In his spare time, Paul continues to run a studio, producing recordings for bands as well as composing and recording his own music. Now living in Malvern with his wife and daughter, Paul was nominated UK Editor Of The Year in 1998.