Regulating the airlines: administrative justice and agency discretion

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Clarendon Press, 1985 - Law - 317 pages
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Contents

A HISTORY OF NEGLECT
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CIVIL AVIATION REGULATION TO 1960
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A HOPELESS COMPROMISE? THE
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Robert Baldwin is a Professor of Law at the London School of Economics where he teaches Regulation, Public Law, and Criminal Law. He has previously taught at Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Oxford, and Brunel Universities and has acted as a consultant on regulation to such bodies as the Health and Safety
Executive, the Commission of the European Community, the International Labour Organisation, and H. M. Treasury.
Martin Cave is Professor of Economics and Vice-Principal at Brunel University. Since 1984, he has conducted a variety of advisory and consultancy work for governments, international organizations and firms such as Monopolies and Mergers Commission, Office of Fair Trading, H. M. Treasury, OECD, and
France Telecom.

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