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Licensing Occupations Ensuring Quality or Restricting Competition by Morris M. Kleiner

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Published by W. E. Upjohn Institute .
Written in English


  • Reference,
  • Quality Control,
  • Licenses,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics,
  • United States,
  • Quality assurance,
  • General,
  • Occupations,
  • Professions

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages195
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8136228M
ISBN 100880992840
ISBN 109780880992848

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Dentists, Doctors, Lawyers, Fortune Tellers and Frog Farmers are nowlicensed occupations in either all or some U.S. states. The reasons given for the growth andbenefits of this form of regulation usually states that existence of licenses may minimizeconsumer uncertainty over the quality of the licensed service and increase the overall demand forthe service. From a public policy perspective, all states have enacted licensing of some occupations. Tabulations by the Council of State Government’s affiliatedCouncil on Licensure Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) show that more than occupations are licensed in at least one state, but about 50 occupations are licensed in all states (Berry ; CLEAR.   Licensing Occupations: Ensuring Quality Or Restricting Competition? - Ebook written by Morris M. Kleiner. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Licensing Occupations: Ensuring Quality Or Restricting Competition?. Although this book touches on all the disciplines that have delved into the topic of occupational licensing, its focus is on policy analysis, using economics and statistical methods. the book attempts to present a systematic discussion of the major benefits and costs of occupational licensing to the economies of the United States and several.

  University of Minnesota economist Morris Kleiner has found in his book Licensing Occupations and a series of related papers that states that license practitioners see no fewer complaints than states that do not license them.[1] Licensing also prevents practitioners from moving easily or practicing across state lines, because laws vary by : Jason Sorens. occupations code. title 9. regulation of barbers, cosmetologists, and related occupations. chapter cosmetologists (effective date september 1, ). Health Occupations Credentialing Online License Renewal Obtain Professional Mailing Lists. Operator Paper Renewal Findings of Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation. COVID Guidance-Related Forms Expand all Collapse all. Certification. Education Licensure/Registration. All Training Courses.   Rather, the bulk of growth in licensing has resulted from the extension of licensing to previously unlicensed occupations. There are a few reasons to view this trend with : Ryan Nunn.

  The estimates of the extent of occupational licensing in Australia were compiled by mapping occupations at the occupational group or four-digit level of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) standard definitions of occupations to categories of occupational licences and by: 3. How Licensing Works: A Case Study of Minnesota 26 Goals and Effort of Regulatory Boards 29 How Do Occupations Become Licensed? 31 Licensing and Quality of Services in Minnesota and Wisconsin 35 Summary and Conclusions 3 Quality and the Demand for Occupational Licensing. 43 Why Are Occupations Regulated? 44 How Licensing Affects Quality 48Cited by: TY - BOOK. T1 - Licensing occupations. T2 - Ensuring quality or restricting competition? AU - Kleiner, Morris M. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - "Morris Kleiner has produced the most thorough evaluation of the effects of occupational licensing in years, perhaps by:   Licensing Occupations pounds another nail into the coffin of the belief that labor-market regulations are wise policy choices. Oh yes—the Minnesota “floating” case. It is currently before a state court, and the Institute for Justice attorney who represented the defendant says that the Veterinary Board is pulling out all the stops to show.