I would like to offer my warm thanks to David Levi-Faur, Geert Bouckaert, Charlotte Halpern, Blaise Larpin, Martino Maggetti, Yannis Papadopoulos, Frédéric Varone, and Jean-Patrick Villeneuve for useful discussions while I was writing this article. I would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers and the participants in seminars held by the University of Lausanne's Laboratory for the Analysis of Governance and Public Policy in Europe (LAGAPE) in April 2009, by the Swiss Public Administration Network in Berne in November 2009, and by the International Political Science Association's Research Committee on the Structure & Organization of Government (SOG workshop on “The Future of the Regulatory State: Adaptation, Transformation, or Demise?”) held in Oslo in September 2011, for their highly constructive comments on a previous version of the text.
What “Regulatory State”? Explaining the Stability of Public Spending and Redistribution Functions after Regulatory Reforms of Electricity and Rail Services in the United Kingdom and Germany
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Law & Policy
Volume 36, Issue 2, pages 195–221, April 2014
How to Cite
Pflieger, G. (2014), What “Regulatory State”? Explaining the Stability of Public Spending and Redistribution Functions after Regulatory Reforms of Electricity and Rail Services in the United Kingdom and Germany. Law & Policy, 36: 195–221. doi: 10.1111/lapo.12018
- Issue online: 17 MAR 2014
- Version of Record online: 17 MAR 2014
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