Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on intervention choices)

In November 2019, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden reviewed briefly the book Regulatory Delivery: Introducing the Regulatory Delivery Model, Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges, editors, (2019), Hart Publishing Oxford, 504 pages. This article is the fifth of a series of brief reviews of chapters from that book. The chapter reviews outline the key themes of … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on intervention choices)

Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on risk-based prioritisation)

In November 2019, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden reviewed briefly the book Regulatory Delivery: Introducing the Regulatory Delivery Model, Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges, editors, (2019), Hart Publishing Oxford, 504 pages. This article is the fourth of a series of brief reviews of chapters from that book. The chapter reviews outline the key themes of … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on risk-based prioritisation)

Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on outcome measurement)

In November 2019, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden reviewed briefly the book Regulatory Delivery: Introducing the Regulatory Delivery Model, Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges, editors, (2019), Hart Publishing Oxford, 504 pages. This article is the third of a series of brief chapter reviews from that book. The chapter reviews will outline the key themes of … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on outcome measurement)

Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on culture)

In November 2019, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden reviewed briefly the book Regulatory Delivery: Introducing the Regulatory Delivery Model, Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges, editors, (2019), Hart Publishing Oxford, 504 pages. This article is the second of a series of brief chapter reviews from that book. The chapter reviews will outline the key themes of the … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on culture)

Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on accountability)

In November 2019, Professor Jeroen van der Heijden reviewed briefly the book Regulatory Delivery: Introducing the Regulatory Delivery Model, Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges, editors, (2019), Hart Publishing Oxford, 504 pages. This article is the first of a series of brief chapter reviews from that book. The chapter reviews will outline the key themes of … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation – chapter review of the book Regulatory Delivery (on accountability)

Exploring issues about regulation: reflections on the management of regulatory systems

Taking a whole of system approach is a key aspect of successful management of regulatory systems. This article suggests it is not happening as effectively as it might and it is time for a revised approach. The framework for management of regulatory systems in New Zealand The management of regulatory systems in New Zealand happens … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation: reflections on the management of regulatory systems

Exploring issues about regulation: policy and operations (also known as chalk and cheese)

One of the perennial issues faced by all those involved in regulation is the way ‘policy’ and ‘operations’ work together – or not. Most discussions I am involved in on this topic indicate that there is a significant degree of dysfunction in this relationship. That is the case whether the discussions are with policy or … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation: policy and operations (also known as chalk and cheese)

Exploring issues about regulation: politics and regulation

The following post was written by Keith Manch, the Chief Executive and Director of Maritime New Zealand. He has worked in the public sector since 1977 and brings extensive leadership experience in a number of policy and operational senior leadership positions in regulation, compliance and response. Like the two previous articles in this series (Regulation - … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation: politics and regulation

Exploring issues about regulation: regulatory capture and bias

The following post was written by Keith Manch, the Chief Executive and Director of Maritime New Zealand. He has worked in the public sector since 1977 and brings extensive leadership experience in a number of policy and operational senior leadership positions in regulation, compliance and response. In my first article (Regulation - the staff of life) … Continue reading Exploring issues about regulation: regulatory capture and bias

(Bread, rice, potatoes and) Regulation – the staff of life, by Keith Manch

The following post was written by Keith Manch, the Chief Executive and Director of Maritime New Zealand. He has worked in the public sector since 1977 and brings extensive leadership experience in a number of policy and operational senior leadership positions in regulation, compliance and response. Regulation is a necessary part of our lives, just … Continue reading (Bread, rice, potatoes and) Regulation – the staff of life, by Keith Manch