New Directions in Regulatory Theory. Journal of Law and Society Special Issues

  • ID: 2248100
  • Journal
  • 232 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In this prestigious edited collection, an international group of leading contributors to the law of regulation take stock of the erosion of belief in centralised planning and command and control regulation which has accompanied the collapse of communism. Concerned that subsequent regulatory alternatives have often been prescribed by theorists who have little or no knowledge either of the law of regulation, or of the actual capacities of and problems with different regulatory techniques, these leading contributors go on to explore the new directions in regulatory theory which must now be pursued if regulation is to be made to work.

The volume includes articles by Julia Black, John Braithwaite, Louise Davies, Bettina Lange, Imelda Maher, Oren Perez, Colin Scott and Peter Vincent–Jones.

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Introduction: Reconceptualizing Regulation in the Era of Globalization:Sol Picciotto.

1. Rewards and Regulation: John Braithwaite.

2. Values and Purpose in Government: Central–local Relations in Regulatory Perspective: Peter Vincent–Jones.

3. Private Regulation of the Public Sector: A Neglected Facet of Contemporary Governance: Colin Scott.

4. Using Private–Public Linkages to Regulate Environmental Conflicts: The Case of International Construction Contracts: Oren Perez.

5. Competition Law in the International Domain: Networks as a New Form of Governance: Imelda Maher.

6. Technical Cooperation and the International Coordination of Patentability of Biotechnological Inventions: Louise Davies.

7. Regulatory Conversations. Julia Black.

8. The Emotional Dimension in Legal Regulation: Bettina Lange.

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Sol Picciotto
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