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'''Deregulation''', strictly speaking is a reduction of [[government]] control over an [[industry]]. Often the term ''deregulation'' is used as a synonym for [[restructuring]] (see also [[reform]]).  
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'''Deregulation''', strictly speaking is a reduction of [[government]] control. Often the term ''deregulation'' is used as a synonym for [[restructuring]] (see also [[reform]]).  
  
 
The term is sometimes misused, for example by the supposed "deregulation" in California which added heavily regimented controls leading to a shortage of electricity there in the 1990s under Gov. Brown.
 
The term is sometimes misused, for example by the supposed "deregulation" in California which added heavily regimented controls leading to a shortage of electricity there in the 1990s under Gov. Brown.

Revision as of 07:35, 22 March 2013

Deregulation, strictly speaking is a reduction of government control. Often the term deregulation is used as a synonym for restructuring (see also reform).

The term is sometimes misused, for example by the supposed "deregulation" in California which added heavily regimented controls leading to a shortage of electricity there in the 1990s under Gov. Brown.

See Also

Sources

http://usinfo.state.gov/products/pubs/oecon/chap12.htm