• Political Science
  • Published 2011

Chapter 1: Regulation &Regulatory Governance

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  title={Chapter 1: Regulation &Regulatory Governance},
  author={David Levi-faur},
  year={2011}
}
Like many other political concepts, regulation is hard to define, not least because it means different things to different people. The term is employed for a myriad of discursive, theoretical, and analytical purposes that cry out for clarification (Baldwin, Scott & Hood 1998; Parker & Braithwaite 2003; Black 2002). The notion of regulation is also highly contested. For the Far Right, regulation is a dirty word representing the heavy hand of authoritarian governments and the creeping body of… CONTINUE READING

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