How to Do Well in Discussions
- Make your initial post responding to the above questions by Saturday, and comment on at least two of your classmates’ posts by Tuesday. Posting late may lose you points.
- Respond to the specific questions posed in the discussion.
- Be sure to base your initial post and responses on course materials, and use 7th ed. APA citations in every post.
- Post your responses over three days and you respond to more than two students to receive full credit for frequency of participation.
- Write clearly and proofread; errors can lose you points.
- Quality of posts, citations, frequency, and timeliness of posts all factor into your discussion grade. See the Participation Grading Rubric for details.
Initial Responses to Discussion due: Saturday, May 1, 2021 (11:59 pm ET).
Responses to at least two of your colleagues’ postings due: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 (11:59 pm ET).
The Regulation Spectrum
The role of regulation in our society and economy is often debated. To some, regulations are unnecessary governmental interference and a drag on business success and economic progress. To others, regulations are a necessary intervention to ensure an even playing field as well as public safety and minimal standards of protection.
Where should we fall on the regulation spectrum? Should the same approach be taken regardless of industry or product, or should it be decided on a case-by-case basis?
Can you provide the example of an industry or product that self-regulates effectively? What about a product or industry that has a history or an example in the past of poor self-regulation?
Can or should any industry self-regulate? What are the problems inherent in that approach?
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