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12158 Public Regulation - Five-year degree in Economy

Faculty of Economics
Applied Economics
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Met. Docent
Theory class attendance and practical class work. The final mark in the exam may be improved by practical works or contribution made in class.
Met. Avaluació
Final examination. Moreover, the student has to do a practical works related with questions or texts introduced by the teacher.
- BEL I QUERAL, T.G. (ed.) Privatización, desregulación y ¿competencia? Madrid: Civitas,1996.
- BRAÑA, F.J. (ed.): Análisis económico de los estilos de vida: externalidades y coste social. Madrid: Civitas,1997.
- LASHERAS, M.A: La regulación económica de los servicios públicos. Barcelona: Ariel,1999.
- OLMEDA, M.: Los efectos externos de mercado: un reto al saber económico convencional. Valencia: Promolibro,1984.
- OLMEDA, M.: "La satisfacción pública de las necesidades tutelares: un caso de provisión o regulación públicas", II Encuentro de Economia Pública, Sevilla, febrero de 1996.
- PEARCE, D.P. y TURNER, R.K.: Economía de los recursos naturales del medio ambiente. Madrid: Celeste Ed
This subject begins whit an introduction, where we try to introduce the idea of public regulation, its different forms and the historical evolution. We will strees the distinction between Economic Public Regulation and Social Public Regulation.
In the next two parts we will develope Social Regulation. First, regulation related with the problem of externalities is treated, and ilustrated with enviromental regulation. Secondly, we will analyse the relationship between regulation and merit goods. We will apply these ideas to drug regulation (including legal and illegal ones).
Third part is devoted to Economic Regulation. Here we study the problem of natural monopoly, and the problem of some industries, as electricity or telecommunications.
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The aim of this course is to deeply analyse the problems derived from public regulation. To do so, we combine classical oral exposition and a practical work around some present topics.