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)

Brief book review – Risk Management and Governance: Concepts, Guidelines and Applications

Terje Aven and Ortwin Renn, 2010, Springer, 276 pages. Professor Terje Aven (University of Stavanger) and Professor Ortwin Renn (Potsdam Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies) are two leading risk theorists and (regulatory) researchers. They have been studying risk, risk governance and risk management for well over two decades. In Risk Management and Governance: Concepts, Guidelines … Continue reading Brief book review – Risk Management and Governance: Concepts, Guidelines and Applications

(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

Brief book review – Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism

Elizabeth Fisher, 2010, Hart Publishing, 290 pages. Professor Elizabeth Fisher (University of Oxford) presents a fresh reading of and engagement with the risk governance and risk regulation literature in Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism. Her starting point is that too often this literature is concerned with either the democratic decision-making process or the scientific decision-making … Continue reading Brief book review – Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism

Brief book review – The Government of Risk: Understanding Risk Regulation Regimes

Christopher Hood, Henry Rothstein, and Robert Baldwin, 2001, Oxford University Press, 214 pages. With The Government of Risk: Understanding Risk Regulation Regimes, Professors Christopher Hood (University of Oxford), Rothstein (King’s College London) and Robert Baldwin (London School of Economics) were among the first regulatory scholars to systematically explore the evolution and growth of risk regulation … Continue reading Brief book review – The Government of Risk: Understanding Risk Regulation Regimes