Regulatory philosophy, theory and practice: Ka mua, ka muri (transcript of inaugural lecture)

This is the transcript of my inaugural lecture as I have delivered it on 22 October 2019 at the Victoria University of Wellington. The lecture is a summary of a more extensive essay that touches on the same topic. For references to the regulatory literature that I discuss in the lecture, please consult that essay. … Continue reading Regulatory philosophy, theory and practice: Ka mua, ka muri (transcript of inaugural lecture)

How to maintain the social license to regulate? (G-REG conference transcript)

Kia ora, It is a pleasure to be speaking to you again today. As some of you recall, I am now well over a year into my role as Chair of Regulatory Practice at the Victoria University of Wellington. I've spent a better part of that year meeting and having conversations with a lot of … Continue reading How to maintain the social license to regulate? (G-REG conference transcript)

Behavioural insights for effective regulation: Presentation and notes

Over the next months, I will give a series of Regulatory Clinics to discuss the use of behavioural insights in regulatory practice with the G-REG community. In parallel, I will write a series of blog posts on the same topic. You will find these under the ‘research’ tab. The blog posts can be understood as … Continue reading Behavioural insights for effective regulation: Presentation and notes

Launch of the Chair in Regulatory Practice

On 10 September 2018, we had the formal launch of the Chair in Regulatory Practice at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Below is a transcript of my speech. There's also a presentation.   Kia ora, Thank you, Keith (Keith Manch; Director and Chief Executive Officer of Maritime NZ), for your kind words. And many … Continue reading Launch of the Chair in Regulatory Practice