Building regulatory enforcement regimes : comparative analysis of private sector involvement in the enforcement of public building regulations

@inproceedings{Heijden2009BuildingRE,
  title={Building regulatory enforcement regimes : comparative analysis of private sector involvement in the enforcement of public building regulations},
  author={J. J. van der Heijden},
  year={2009}
}
It is often assumed that traditional regulatory regimes centered on governmental action will benefit from greater private sector involvement. And, under the catchy phrase "from government to governance" globally a wide variety of hybrid forms of governance has emerged. However, little empirical insight exists in the actual effects of such hybridization. The author aims at filling up this knowledge gap. He introduces a heuristic tool for comparative policy analysis, and applies this on a series… CONTINUE READING

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