19 11月 抄袭听证会-关于监管程序的讨论
The article for newspaper and Media Release will then be discussed in this section in order to highlight the statement that regulation is political process based output. This will be answered in favour with focus over potential consequences of social or economic nature in this part of the research. If the process of setting standard can be considered as a process of politics, then regulation can be considered as an output from the process of politics. The key rationale is that as the activities requiring regulation impacts the distribution of wealth across the society, consequently it will turn out to be political. Bodies of standard setting tend to encouraging several impacted parties for making submission in drafting the versions of standards of regulation.
Mostly, this can be identified as a normal due process. In addition, if it is accepted that the setters of standard provide due consideration for expressing views in several submissions being received, then regulation can be considered as the result of several economic and social considerations. However, it is important for considering the costs of carbon released, productivity of labour and the rate of exchange and costs when taking a decision on new investment. Hence, I disagree that regulation is the output of political process, instead it can be considered as the output social or economic process.
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