Course Description

LAW 560 - Regulation of the Business Firm: Theory and Practice

This seminar examines the theoretical underpinnings of several major types of regulation, as well as the practical issues involved in implementing and enforcing each.  We will explore the selection and impact of regulatory forms from a variety of disciplines and viewpoints, including law, economics, and sociology.  In particular, we will focus on traditional command and control regulation, market-based regulation such as emissions trading, management-based regulation such information disclosure, and prevention-based regulation.  We will also explore issues of compliance and enforcement.

Course Information:

Faculty Term Course Section Schedule Units Requisite Satisfies SAW
Timothy Malloy 17F 560 SEM 1 M 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM 3.0 No Per instructor's discretion
Categories
Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Financial Regulation; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Public Health, Labor and Welfare; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Economic and Consumer Regulation; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Government, Homeland Security, Immigration and Law Enforcement; Environmental & Natural Resource Law; Substantial Analytical Writing Requirement; Administrative Law & Government Regulation – Clinical Courses; Business Law;