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Regulation in the Age of Crisis Standing Group on Regulatory Governance of the ECPR and the Regulation Network

  title={Regulation in the Age of Crisis Standing Group on Regulatory Governance of the ECPR and the Regulation Network},
  author={S. Picciotto},
The past 30 years has seen an enormous growth of formalised regulation, which some have characterised as part of a wider phenomenon of `regulatory capitalism’. This has also been a period of the hegemony of neo-liberal ideologies of free markets. The paradox aptly described by David Vogel as `freer markets, more rules’ has not received an adequate explanation, despite an equally enormous growth of studies and theories of regulation. This paper will argue that insufficient attention has been… Expand
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