CRN5. Regulatory Governance

Organizers: Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen, Aarhus University and Christine Parker, University of Melbourne

The CRN on Regulatory Governance focuses on the study of regulatory instruments, institutions, and actors. The network is concerned with how law interacts with economic activity and with the challenges that emerging social trends, such as privatization and globalization, pose for regulatory and administrative institutions.  It examines how traditional as well as emerging regulatory instruments operate in theory and in practice, including approaches such as self-regulation, covenants, management systems, and market-based regulation.  It also explores the behavior, culture, and design of regulatory institutions and actors, with particular attention to the varied demands of accountability, rationality, and legitimacy.  The network connects researchers focusing on regulation in domestic and international settings and across a variety of regulatory domains. To sign-up for the Regulatory Governance CRN listserv, send a subscribe message to the reggov list here.

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Revised 2014.07.01