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The Politics of Self-Regulation: The case of advertising control

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Studies of quasi-government have tended to focus on public sector 'quangos' and their implications for accountability and democracy. In contrast, this article focuses on a rather neglected aspect of quasi-government: the role of semi-private bodies and how they emerge and develop. By focusing on the emergence, development and persistence of the self-regulatory system of advertising control, a number of important insights for quasi-government, politics and the policy formation process are provided.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 1986

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