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Effects of Federal Regulation on the Financial Structure and Performance of the Domestic Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (Source Document)
  • Published Date:
    1978-11-01
  • Language:
    English
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Effects of Federal Regulation on the Financial Structure and Performance of the Domestic Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (Source Document)
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    DOT-TSC-NHTSA-78-49
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  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE ; NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-Economic ImpactsNTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-LAWS AND REGULATIONS ; NTL-LAWS AND REGULATIONS-Federal Standards and Rules ;
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    PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

    The increasing government regulation of automative transportation

    industries in the United States has produced the need for

    financial and economic studies of the effects of such policies.

    The purpose of this document is to survey the effects of pending

    regulation upon the corporate financial systems of the domestic

    motor vehicle manufacturers. In many respects, this study, or at

    least the methods applied in it relates new analysis to the regulatory

    process, and borrows from other analyses performed previously.

    Because of the complex nature of corporate finances and the

    vast array of data available on topics considered in this document,

    it is important to emphsize the survey nature of much of this

    study. Undoubtedly, certain specific topics do not receive enough

    attention, and some vital areas are no-t entirely considered.

    For these reasons, it is important to note the primary goals

    of this study:

    1. To establish the actual financial environment in which

    government regulatory spending takes place, and to define

    some of the major limits upon this system in order to

    help assess the capabilities for future corporate spending

    programs,

    2. To illustrate that regulatory costing must be performed,

    at least on one level, within this corporate context if

    it is to more fully measure costs and financial pressures

    which are likely to arise in the future,

    3. To survey briefly the financial histories of these corporations,

    and to measure, in more detail, the corporate

    effects and financial risks produced in the new regulatory

    environment, and

    4 . To provide a survey of some of the most important

    corporate-related costs of regulation, and to illustrate

    that the corporation can only absorb these costs within

    bounds defined by financial performance and legal or

    accounting realities.

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