reregulation

reregulation

(ˌriːrɛɡjʊˈleɪʃən)
n
renewed regulation, the act or process of regulating again
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Divestiture of FE's competitive segment through asset sales, plant closures, reregulation or restructuring in bankruptcy resulting in permanent separation of the competitive business would result in a meaningfully improved business risk profile for consolidated FE and is credit supportive.
Regulation or reregulation of the financial services industry as it pertains to real property and credit.
The paper is on guard against a revival of regulation, protectionism or Keynesian economics, and we strongly opposed the reregulation of the industrial relations system under the former ALP government.
1) "Neoliberalism is associated with supply-side economics, deregulation and reregulation of markets, privatization of the public sphere, the imposition of market principles in all aspects of social life, and a general suspicion of social and political welfare-regulatory programs originating from the state" (quoted in Kliewer, 2013, p.
Obama recession; lack of consumer and business confidence; rising health care costs and reform; investment in infrastructure and renewable energy; tax relief for middle class; housing refinance plan; reregulation of financial markets; streamlining bureaucracy; deficit reduction; entitlement reform; increased veterans' assistance 2007 George W.
His new book is "Ruling Capital: Emerging Markets and the Reregulation of CrossBorder Finance.
The state withdrawal from social welfare provisions and the deregulation and reregulation of financial sector constitute those neoliberal practices whose achievement has been, as Harvey put it, "to redistribute rather than to generate wealth and income.
Difficulty in formation of "desirable" structures consists, as we know, in satisfaction of contradictory requirements: ensuring the maximum speed and the maximum accuracy at set (or minimum) time of regulation and reregulation (on jump); the maximum stocks of stability and stability of characteristics at considerable variations of parameters MNNAS; not full management of situation at full providing "desirable" characteristics, etc.
His new book, Ruling Capital: Emerging Markets and the Reregulation of Cross-Border Finance, has just been released by Cornell University Press.