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Author: Cornelius M. Kerwin,C. M. Kerwin
ISBN: 1568024185
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 294 pages
Publisher Cq Pr; 2nd edition (November 1998)
Language English
Category: Other
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by Cornelius M. Kerwin,C. M. Kerwin


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Rulemaking is the single most important function performed by government agencies. While Congress and the president provide the general framework for the government’s mission.

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Kerwin, C. M. (Cornelius . Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Kerwin served as the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) for the 1998-1999 term. Additionally, he worked as a consultant for several organizations, including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Agriculture, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He is the author or coauthor of numerous book chapters and coauthor of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Laws and Make Policy, 5th ed. (2019), with Cornelius M. Kerwin.

Rulemaking may be unfamiliar to most but it is a vital area of lawmaking

Rulemaking may be unfamiliar to most but it is a vital area of lawmaking. Kerwin uses examples, such as the EPA's implementation of the Clean Air Act, to illustrate this important stage in the policymaking process, including basic rulemaking procedures and judicial consideration of rules.

Kerwin's academic work focuses on public policy, administrative and regulatory processes and implementation and American government

Kerwin's academic work focuses on public policy, administrative and regulatory processes and implementation and American government. He is the author of Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy and coauthor of How Washington Works: The Executive's Guide to Government AU President Neil Kerwin said on March 28, 2016, that he would step down as president when his c. .

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Rulemaking may be unfamiliar to most but it is a vital area of lawmaking. Kerwin uses examples, such as the EPA's implementation of the Clean Air Act, to illustrate this important stage in the policymaking process, including basic rulemaking procedures and judicial consideration of rules.
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kolos
School use. It served its purpose. Received on time and it was in perfect shape as advertised. It was brand new.
Steel balls
Probably useful for policy wonks. Wife got it for a class.
sobolica
I am a graduate student at Jacksonville State in the MPA program and bought this text as part of the required reading for the one course I am taking. It is very helpful and easy to understand. I believe it will help with my further understanding of how government bureaucracies draft bills that can and do become law.
Eng.Men
Great information, easy to read.. I would recommend this book to others who may be interested in how Washington works!
Dolid
Extremely boring.
The book is well written and the author conveys basics about rulemaking, table of codes, etc. But analogous to another reviewer left with questions, I found myself with "on the other hands", or "what about xxxx?" at almost every statement. What about the extraordinary price span for this particular offering?: a hardcover for $749, vs a used softcover for $.01!

I think what I find uncomfortable is the air of inevitability and permanence given to the current circumstances of American lawmaking. For example, the authors contrast the radically more limited rules in 1946 with the vast increase in usage and the more variable and proscriptive use of rules today as though this were an understandable and natural progression. In point of fact, although the earlier 1970s environmental laws were enacted by large bipartisan majorities and enjoyed rapid initial success in reducing pollution, by the later 1970s they had become and would remain the focus of continued antagonism up to the present.

They led to the first Reagan administration's disastrous effort to roll back regulations. The conflict over environmental policy merged into partisan polarization in the 1980s and has intensified since. Anybody today really think the system is working well? If so, why has been impossible to amend or update all but the Safe Drinking Water Act since 1990? What about energy policy and global climate change? The basic system, designed for conditions and conceptions of 35-40 years ago has proved to resist reform. Who thinks an industrial company or army could function under operating policies 35-40 old?

Virtually alone among advanced nations the U.S.maintains a labyrinthine, top-down, command and control system, backed up by punitive measures and litigation. The UN has come to recognize that in in every sphere of societal activity, negative and punitive management systems are inefficient. Just consider our criminal justice system. All 27 EU nations now subscribe to integrated economic and environmental policies involving cooperation rather than coercion. Look on the German EPA web site and see if you can find any word about compliance, violator, violation, and adjudicatory hearings. It's not that German environmental policies are lax. Germany led in proposing the new European chemical law, and electrical appliance recycling requirement. It and the more advanced European nations have achieve subtler methods that promote effective environmental policies in parallel with robust industrial performance essential to maintain the kinds of economies that can afford the investments and costs required to reduce fossil fuel emissions.

The arguable World leader in environmental performance and policy, Sweden, already consolidated and simplified its multiple previous environmental laws in 1999. It now has no regulations at all except for a few European Union laws that are left to member nations to implement.Instead it has an Environmental Code of something like 172 pages does not specify performance - it allocates various kinds of activities to relevant political jurisdictions (e.g. ccommunities, states, and regional environmental courts) for environmental management. The political units benefit from guidance provided by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency - which, however, has no enforcement power!

Change will have to come but I'm quite aware that we can't instantaneously move from where we are now to a more enlightened and effective system.