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Regulatory Accounting: Analysis of OMBís Reports on the Costs & Benefits of Federal Regulation
Curtis W. Copeland. The process of issuing & enforcing regulations is a basic tool of government, but the costs that nonfederal entities pay to comply with federal regulations are not accounted for in the federal budget process. This report provides information on the Office of Management & Budgetís (OMB) 1997 & 1998 reports to Congress regarding the costs & benefits of federal regulations. Specifically, it describes, for each of 4 statutory requirements, (1) how OMB addressed the requirements in its reports & (2) the views of noted economists in the field of cost-benefit analysis regarding OMBís responses in these reports.
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Anti-Depressant Survival Program: How to Beat the Side Effects & Enhance the Benefits of Your Medication
Southern World: Trade & Travel Routes
Fourth Book of Sexual Questions & Answers
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