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Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Conceptualization and Framework for Analysis
This special issue demonstrates the importance of interactions in transnational business governance. The number of schemes applying non-state authority to govern business conduct across borders hasExpand
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Rules and Regulators
List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. Using Rules 2. Development of Regulatory Structure 3. Regulatory Policy of Rule Use 4. Regulating the Retail Sector 5. Rules and Regulatory Techniques 6. MakingExpand
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Really Responsive Risk-Based Regulation
Regulators in a number of countries are increasingly developing "risk-based" strategies to manage their resources, and their reputations as "risk-based regulators" have become much lauded byExpand
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From local to global: the rise of AIM as a stock market for growing companies: a comprehensive report analysing the growth of AIM
In the light of a great deal of negative press activity and factual inaccuracies presented in the media, The London Stock Exchange approached LSE Enterprise to commission an independent researchExpand
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What is Regulatory Innovation
  • J. Black
  • Political Science
  • 27 October 2005
Much hype has been generated about the importance of innovation for public and private sector organisations. Regulatory Innovation offers the first detailed study of regulatory innovation in aExpand
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Making a success of Principles-based regulation
The UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) leads the way in the development of Principles-based regulation of the financial services industry. It is proposing a significant shift towards reliance onExpand
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Risk based regulation
This chapter identifies key aspects of the risk-based frameworks of eleven regulators in four countries across four sectors: environment, food safety, financial markets and health and safety.Expand
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"Which Arrow?": Rule Type and Regulatory Policy
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Managing the Financial Crisis – The Constitutional Dimension
The financial crisis has required the state, not just in the UK, to intervene in the financial markets to an extent that is unprecedented. This paper focuses on the management of the crisis and itsExpand
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Paradoxes and Failures: ‘New Governance’ Techniques and the Financial Crisis
This article examines the performance of four ‘new governance’ techniques of regulation in the period leading up to the financial crisis: principles based regulation, risk based regulation,Expand
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