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Regulatory Competition and Re-Regulation

Global markets and national pathways of medical re-regulation1

European Liberalization, National Varieties of Capitalism, and Re-regulation

Italy: The Long Times of Consensual Re‐Regulation

BRT as a tool for negotiated re-regulation

Re-Regulating the Electricity and Gas Sector in the Netherlands: From Self-Regulation via State Regulation to Regulation via State Ownership

Doing it differently: national and global re-regulation and trans-national student citizens

Adam White (2010). The Politics of Private Security: Regulation, Reform and Re-Legitimation

Improving the EU Merger Regulation's Delimitation of Jurisdiction: Re-defining the Notion of Union Dimension

Up-regulation of iNOS by hypoxic postconditioning inhibits H9c2 cardiomyocyte apoptosis induced by hypoxia/re-oxygenation

Background Considerations to a Re‐Regulation of the US Financial System: Third Time a Charm? Or Strike Three?

457 Role of angiotensin II and endothelin 1 in the regulation of T-type calcium channels re-expression in cardiomyocyte

The Politics of Private Security: Regulation, Reform and Re-Legitimation. By Adam White (Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, 202pp. £50.00)

Erratum to “The role of the Candida albicans histidine kinase [CHK1) gene in the regulation of cell wall mannan and glucan biosynthesis” [FEMS Yeast Res. 3 (2003) 289–299]

Re-examination of ‘Einige Beiträge zur Theorie der Zahnregulierung’ (Some contributions to the theory of the regulation of teeth) published in 1904–1905 by Carl Sandstedt

The Mediterranean evergreen Quercus ilex and the semi-deciduous Cistus albidus differ in their leaf gas exchange regulation and acclimation to repeated drought and re-watering cycles

 

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The reimposition of previously abolished regulations. The reversal of the trend first established in the 1980s to liberalize the world's financial markets. In effect, this took the form of removing ...

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