Breaking the Vicious Circle: Toward Effective Risk Regulation

Breaking the Vicious Circle Toward Effective Risk Regulation Breaking the Vicious Circle is a tour de force that should be read by everyone who is interested in improving our regulatory processes Written by a highly respected federal judge who would go on to s

  • Title: Breaking the Vicious Circle: Toward Effective Risk Regulation
  • Author: Stephen G. Breyer
  • ISBN: 9780674081154
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
  • Breaking the Vicious Circle is a tour de force that should be read by everyone who is interested in improving our regulatory processes Written by a highly respected federal judge, who would go on to serve on the Supreme Court, and who obviously recognizes the necessity of regulation but perceives its failures and weaknesses as well, it pinpoints the most serious problemsBreaking the Vicious Circle is a tour de force that should be read by everyone who is interested in improving our regulatory processes Written by a highly respected federal judge, who would go on to serve on the Supreme Court, and who obviously recognizes the necessity of regulation but perceives its failures and weaknesses as well, it pinpoints the most serious problems and offers a creative solution that would for the first time bring rationality to bear on the vital issue of priorities in our era of limited resources.

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    1. Stephen G. Breyer

      Stephen Gerald Breyer is an Associate Justice of the U.S Supreme Court Appointed by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1994, and known for his pragmatic approach to constitutional law, Breyer is generally associated with the liberal side of the Court.Following a clerkship with Supreme Court Associate Justice Arthur Goldberg in 1964, Breyer became well known as a law professor and lecturer at Harvard Law School starting in 1967 There he specialized in the area of administrative law, writing a number of influential text books that remain in use today He held other prominent positions before being nominated for the Supreme Court, including special assistant to the United States Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust, and assistant special prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force in 1973.In his 2005 book Active Liberty, Breyer made his first attempt to systematically lay out his views on legal theory, arguing that the judiciary should seek to resolve issues so as best to encourage popular participation in governmental decisions.

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    1. I'm snowed in and I have galloping bronchitis, so naturally I read Justice Breyer on risk regulation. Like you do.A tiny, non-technical, non-legal book about improving the spotty and inconsistent U.S. record on risk regulation, particularly toxins and carcinogens. Breyer is lucid and readable as he sketches out the common problems at a basic level – dueling regulatory regimes, the last mile problem, etc. – and how to fix them – a new system more scientific and centralized than what OIRA do [...]


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