Kia ora and thank you for joining this first session of the 2020 G-REG conference. The G-REG community has asked me to tell all about what it means to be a modern and entrepreneurial regulator over the next half hour, or so. That is no easy task, but I have happily accepted it. Being a … Continue reading What makes a modern and entrepreneurial regulator?
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)
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)
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
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