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Regulation

2013

Law and Economics

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Internet Nondiscrimination Principles: Commercial Ethics For Carriers And Search Engines, Frank Pasquale Aug 2013

Internet Nondiscrimination Principles: Commercial Ethics For Carriers And Search Engines, Frank Pasquale

Frank A. Pasquale

Unaccountable power at any layer of online life can stifle innovation elsewhere. Dominant search engines rightly worry that carriers will use their control of the physical layer of internet infrastructure to pick winners among content and application providers. Though they advocate net neutrality, they have been much less quick to recognize the threat to openness and fair play their own practices may pose. Just as dominant search engines fear an unfairly tiered online world, they should be required to provide access to their archives and indices in a nondiscriminatory manner. If dominant search engines want carriers to disclose their traffic …


Nuevo Sistema De Amparo, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez Apr 2013

Nuevo Sistema De Amparo, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

No abstract provided.


A Negative Externality By Any Other Name: Using Emissions Caps As Models For Constraining Dead-Weight Costs Of Regulation, Scott A. Shepard Mar 2013

A Negative Externality By Any Other Name: Using Emissions Caps As Models For Constraining Dead-Weight Costs Of Regulation, Scott A. Shepard

Scott A. Shepard

Emissions caps work on a simple and compelling premise. Regulated entities, in the process of creating something desirable, like energy, create and expel some problematic by-product, such as carbon. They do this because they particularly reap a significant set of benefits (e.g., profits, market share, job security) from their efforts, while only diffusely and incidentally, along with the rest of society, suffering the harms caused by their emissions. These emissions, paid for primarily by the rest of society, are called negative externalities. Emissions-cap regimes are designed to make regulated entities more directly accountable for the costs of their emissions and …


Reguladores Y Autonomía, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez Mar 2013

Reguladores Y Autonomía, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

No abstract provided.


Artículo 129 Fracción Xiii, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez Feb 2013

Artículo 129 Fracción Xiii, Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

Alejandro Faya Rodriguez

No abstract provided.