regulation Some regulation is necessary in
modern complex industrial culture for a true
free market economy to work correctly and efficiently.
designed to create
a viable, vibrant truly free
market by having multiple local providers of goods or services competing on
a level playing field is the most effective form of economic distribution of
monopolizing interest takes control of a resource or if a provider of goods
and services is subsidized then the
will fail to function as a
Regulation, at some level dependent on the specific
industry, is required to assure that multiple providers of goods and services
exist and that they compete with each other on a
level playing field.
An industry failing to assure the safety of marketed
products or failing to provide a service as marketed has become egregiously
Industry forfeits its claim to
self-policing and must submit to
regulation by a government
regulatory institution to retain a charter.
irresponsible corporate charters are revoked.
suggests industry actually rigorously police itself.
While poorly designed and
implemented regulation stifles the internal balancing mechanisms of a free
market, self-regualtion equals token regulation.
If an industry is subsidized or monopolized the
free market fails to function efficiently.
American automotive industry
is a good example of socially
General Motors, the
Ford Motor Company and
the Chrysler Group, basically a three
member cartel, held only 48.1% of the American new auto - cars and trucks -
sales market in July
2007 when foreign imports for the first time held more than half the market at
First two-thirds of 2011: foreign imports - 52.9%; domestic -
American Cars Made Almost Entirely Overseas
"Detroit likes to claim that making cars more efficient is too costly, requires
changes that consumers won't accept or
would compromise safety, or that the technology isn't here yet.
auto industry opposed shatterproof windshields, seat belts, upholstered
dashboards, safety locks, inside trunk locks, air bags, then smart air bags,
catalytic converters, emission-control devices, energy-absorbing steering
wheels, head restraints, nickel-metal
hydride batteries, California zero emission vehicle mandate and changes to
the corporate average fuel economy.
Only legislation can move Detroit."
- John Spradley
Foreign auto companies embrace efficiency and safety
above and beyond legislatively set regulation and now those same
foreign auto companies hold over half the American domestic market in new car
and truck sales.
automotive companies fought regulation as too expensive foreign
auto companies prove that making a better product increases market share making
regulation a market
In certain cases, as below, regulation is entirely ineffective
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