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1 Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517 Lecture 01 1 Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517

2 Introduction Dr. Muhammad Shakil Ahmad Assistant Professor PhD (Management) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia MS (Management) COMSATS Institute of IT, Abbottabad Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517 2

3 Core Course Objective Regulatory agencies deal in the area of administrative law—regulation or rulemaking (codifying and enforcing rules and regulations and imposing supervision or oversight for the benefit of the public at large). Some independent regulatory agencies perform investigations or audits, and some are authorized to fine the relevant parties and order certain measures. In this course, we should provide more insight on each of regulatory body in Pakistan. 3 Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517

4 Learning Objectives This course is designed to provide insight on each of regulatory authority in Pakistan Role of regulatory agencies including their functions What is administrative law and its implication Why regulations are important and how its provide powers to administrative authorities Discussion on each of regulatory body in Pakistan 4 Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517

5 Outcome Students will learn how to analyze “How different regulatory bodies are functioning and their administrative control” 5 Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517

6 Course Outline 1)Regulatory agency 2)Functions of regulatory agencies 3)History of regulatory body 4)Nationalization in Pakistan 5)Privatization 6)Procedure to create and implement regulations 7)Administrative law 8)Empowerment 9)Audit Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517 6

7 Course Outline 10) Principles for Regulatory Quality and Performance 11) Country principles for better regulation 12) Relationship between product market policies and regulatory reform 13)Regulatory bodies in Pakistan 14) Ministries in Pakistan 15) PENRA, NEPRA, HEC, OGRA, DRAP, …… Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517 7

8 Grading Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA Marks Distribution 1.Assignments (04) 15 2.Quiz (04) 10 3.Sessional Exam Sessional Exam 2 15 Internal Total Marks Final Examination 50 Total 100 Passing Marks: 50

9 Text & Reference Books Text: The Political Economy of Public Administration: Institutional Choice in the Public Sector Murray J. Horn Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA 517 9

10 What is regulation? A regulation is a rule or law designed to control or govern conduct. In statist mechanisms, it can also be extended to monitoring and enforcement of rules as established by primary and/or delegated legislation. In this form, it is generally a written instrument containing rules having the force of statist law (as opposed to natural law). Other forms of regulation are self regulation Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

11 Statism In political science, statism is the belief that the state should control either economic or social policy, or both, to some degree. Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

12 Economic statism Economic statism promotes the view that the state has a major, necessary, and legitimate role in directing the economy, either directly through state-owned enterprises and other types of machinery of government, or indirectly through economic planning Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

13 State interventionism The term statism is sometimes used to refer to market economies with large amounts of government intervention, regulation or influence over a market or mixed-market economy. Economic interventionism asserts that the state has a legitimate or necessary role within the framework of a capitalist economy by intervening in markets, attempting to promote economic growth and trying to enhance employment levels. Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

14 Capitalism Capitalism is an economic system in which trade, industry, and the means of production are controlled by private owners with the goal of making profits Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

15 State socialism State socialism broadly refers to forms of socialism based on state ownership of the means of production and state-directed allocation of resources. It is often used in reference to Soviet-type economic systems of former Communist states Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

16 State capitalism Statism may be used to refer to state capitalism. State capitalism refers to forms of capitalism that feature high concentrations of state-owned commercial enterprises. Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

17 State social institutions An important feature of socialist states is the existence of numerous state-sponsored social organizations (trade unions, youth organizations, women's organizations, associations of teachers, writers, journalists and other professionals, consumer cooperatives, sports clubs, etc.) which are integrated into the political system. Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

18 State social institutions In some socialist states, representatives of these organizations are guaranteed a certain number of seats on the national legislative bodies. In socialist states, the social organizations are expected to promote social unity and cohesion, to serve as a link between the government and society, and to provide a forum for recruitment of new communist party members. Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

19 Summary What is regulation Statism – Different types of statism Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA

20 Next Lecture Why Regulations? Types of regulations Importance of regulation Regulatory Administrative Institutions MPA


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