|Title||Occupational licensure and regulation|
|Author||edited by Simon Rottenberg|
|Imprint||Washington, D.C. : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, c1980|
|Descript||xiv, 354 p. : ill. ; 23 cm|
The Demand for occupational licensure -- The Impact of regulation on quality: the case of California contractors -- Mandatory licensure of registered nurses: interoduction and impact -- An Empirical examination of the influence of licensure and licensure reform on the geographical distribution of dentists -- The Federal trade commission and occupational regulation -- Will the sun set on occupational licensing? -- The Effect of occupational licensure on black occupational attainment -- Regulating the professions: a theoretical framework -- Professionals and the production function: can competition policy improve efficiency in the licensed professions? -- Minimum-quality standards and licensing in markets with asymmetric information -- Has occupational licensing reduced geographical mobility and raised earnings? -- Needs and licenses -- Occupational licensure for economists?
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