Eugenio Bruti Liberati

Private Powers and New Public Regulation

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In order to limit and reduce the great private economic powers, which have grown dramatically in recent decades in various market areas (such as digital, finance, healthcare), it appears necessary to reintroduce or introduce an incisive regulation of those markets. But which regulation? The essay analyzes the various possible alternatives from a general and methodological perspective, between self-regulation, co-regulation, traditional public regulation and new regulation inspired by the model of independent regulation, and in conclusion formulates a proposal which aims to reconcile the need for a truly effective regulatory intervention and that of guaranteeing the correct functioning of the markets


  • Private powers
  • Self-regulation
  • Public Regulation
  • Independent Regulation


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