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    assignment Find Regulations and Agencies For this assignment you will be locating a federal regulation. There are several ways you can locate regulations. You can choose to use federal and state government web sites. Sometimes you will find that the agency’s web site is the best source for finding and understanding current regulations. You can also search on Westlaw. Remember regulations are different from statutes. They are not in the United States Code or the state codes. Regulations are created

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    State the administrative agency which controls the regulation. Explain why this agency and your proposed regulation interests you (briefly). Will this proposed regulation affect you or the business in which you are working? If so‚ how? Submit a copy of the proposed regulation along with your responses to these five questions. The proposed regulation can be submitted as either a separate Word document (.doc) or Adobe file (.pdf). This means you will submit two attachments to the Week 2 Dropbox: (a)

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  • Government Regulation

    government regulations‚ how those regulations affect current market structures while defining the different types of market structures and finally what provisions and laws have been put in place to protect consumers and society from big business and firms choices. Industrial regulation is the government’s attempt to enact laws designed to prevent firms from participating in bad monopolistic practices and to promote competition in the market space. The reason industrial regulation exists is to

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  • Government Regulation

    EGT1 Task 309.1.3 Government regulation in business today is vital because it attempts to create a level playing field for companies competing against one another and regulate honest business practices toward the consumers. It is important to for any business to understand how government regulation affects their industry and how they intend to run their company. Industrial regulation is the government regulation of an entire industry. The purpose of industry regulation is for a an entity to watch

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  • GOVERNMENT REGULATION

    GOVERNMENT REGULATION INDUSTRIAL REGULATION Industrial regulation pertains to the government regulation of firms’ prices or rates within industries. These regulations are in existence to prevent companies from forming a monopoly‚ to promote competition and achieve fairness. In the mid 1800s‚ as industry grew‚ many industries began to take on the look of a monopoly; using questionable business tactics and charging their customers high prices. The customers and businesses that patronized

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  • Government Regulations

    Government Regulations on Businesses Advantages and Disadvantages Samuel Pinckney Grantham University Abstract This paper will discuss the proposed views on the advantages and disadvantages of government regulations on businesses. Government Regulations on Businesses Advantages and Disadvantages There are advantages and disadvantages that may be associated

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  • Media Regulations

    Mc Quail (p.1) defines media regulation as “the whole process of control or guidance‚ by established rules and produces applied by governments and other political and administrative authorities to all kinds of Media activities”. Several ways in which the media are regulated include governmental legislations and media self-regulation. The advancement in technology and the exponential growth in the media industry as well as the demand for innovative information‚ deregulation however breaks the barriers

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  • Government Regulation

    Well before this century people have been in conflict over how much regulation the government should be allowed to impose. In the 18th century‚ Jean-Baptiste Colbert coined the term laissez-faire; it represents a situation of freedom from government intervention. It was later discussed extensively by Adam Smith‚ who was responsible for giving the motto laissez-faire much more conceptual clarity. Throughout the years‚ each president has differed with respect to how much control the government should

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    Government Regulation Throughout history there have been many different opinions about government regulation. Some believe the government regulates business too much others feel that the government does not do enough. I believe the government is regulating business far too much and furthermore putting businesses out of business and causing many workers to lose jobs. In this paper I will point out the common problems dealing with government regulation. I will also focus on three major aspects

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  • Advertising Regulations

    Advertising Regulation Abstract Advertising today comes in various forms of information such as television‚ newspaper‚ Internet‚ etc. With all these types of outlets of advertising‚ these regulations are put into place for the industry to follow on what can be put out there for the different type of audiences the advertising can affect. There are many types of advertising that these regulations pertain to for example tobacco and children. Currently‚ the market is

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