Pruitt's reputation as a dogged deregulator
and outspoken booster of the president allowed him to weather ethics scandals in recent months, including questions about taxpayer-funded first-class travel, a discounted condominium rental from the wife of a District of Columbia lobbyist, and the installation of a $43,000 soundproof phone booth in his office.
Instead of a radical deregulator
, he has turned out to be a cautious institutionalist, focused on ensuring that his agency lives up to its obligations without exceeding the limits of its authority.
Zahid Iqbal started his business from LPG marketing company and was prominent of taking quota of LPG from OGDCL, however this quota has become deregulator
Sensible policy | To his credit, Sunstein also shows himself to have been, at times, a deregulator
. Unfortunately, in one of the best cases he cites of his proposed deregulation, he lost the policy argument.
As for PBS, the supporter of Telesonics, Communications Daily reported that the broadcaster simply 'urged the FCC to adopt a single standard without mentioning Zenith-dbx, and to require cable systems to carry it when broadcast'.(27) However, the FCC, under the chairmanship of the Reagan-appointed Mark Fowler, was a committed deregulator
; Jennifer Holt notes that during his first four years as chairman 'the FCC had reviewed, changed or deleted 89 per cent of the agency's approximately 900 mass media rules'.(28) Yet she also observes that 'the complications of new technology, cable, and a rapidly evolving corporate geography ...
DURING THE last four years, President Barack Obama occasionally has tried to cast himself as a deregulator
, or at least as someone interested in slimming down and streamlining federal regulations.
Far from being an unthinking deregulator
, Romney declared, "Regulation is essential.
The deregulation fever gripped the US economy from the days of Reagan who, according to the Nobel prize winner, Joseph Stiglitz, fired Paul Volcker because he was an inadequate deregulator
Justice Scalia was general counsel of the United States Office of Telecommunications Policy (which promoted telecommunications deregulation) from 1972 to 1974, and from 1977 to 1981 was coeditor-in-chief (along with Murray Weidenbaum, described by Revesz and Livermore as a particularly zealous deregulator
) of the American Enterprise Institute's magazine, REGULATION, which consistently advocated abolition of economic regulation in competitive markets and improvement-through-reform of health, safety, and environmental regulation.
Dimensions of the third way Dimension Old Left Third Way New Right Approach Leveller Investor Deregulator
Outcome Equality Inclusion Inequality Citizenship Rights Both Responsibilities Mixed economy State Public/private Private of welfare civil society Mode Command Co-operation/ Competition and control partnership Accountability Central state/ Both?
(163) Eric Lipton & Stephen Labaton, A Deregulator
Looks Back, Unswayed, N.Y.
On September 26, 2008, as the crisis became a financial meltdown of epic proportions, SEC Chair Cox, who spent his entire public career as a deregulator
, conceded "the last six months have made it abundantly clear that voluntary regulation does not work."