Some articles on policy regime, policy, regimes:
... relations differ depending on what macroeconomic policy regime is in place ... one cannot predict the effects of a new policy regime using an empirical forecasting model based on data from previous periods when that policy regime was not in place ... and budget constraints) that should be unaffected by policy changes ...
... and Austria-Hungary on the grounds that their reactionary regimes needed to be defeated to ensure the success of socialism ... nationalization of the armaments industry, and a foreign policy designed to be peaceful but also competitive ... Initially, little drastic change in government policy had occurred and repressive police actions were limited ...
Famous quotes containing the words regime and/or policy:
“Bourgeois existence is the regime of private affairs ... and the family is the rotten, dismal edifice in whose closets and crannies the most ignominious instincts are deposited. Mundane life proclaims the total subjugation of eroticism to privacy.”
—Walter Benjamin (18921940)
“There is absolutely no evidencedevelopmental or otherwiseto support separating twins in school as a general policy. . . . The best policy seems to be no policy at all, which means that each year, you and your children need to decide what will work best for you.”
—Pamela Patrick Novotny (20th century)