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New Directions in Regulatory Theory

Sol Picciotto (Editor), David Campbell (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-23565-1
232 pages
June 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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In this prestigious edited collection, an international group of leading contributors to the law of regulation take stock of the erosion of belief in centralised planning and command and control regulation which has accompanied the collapse of communism. They explore the new directions in regulatory theory which must now be pursued.
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Introduction: Reconceptualizing Regulation in the Era of Globalization: Sol Picciotto.

1. Rewards and Regulation: John Braithwaite.

2. Values and Purpose in Government: Central-local Relations in Regulatory Perspective: Peter Vincent-Jones.

3. Private Regulation of the Public Sector: A Neglected Facet of Contemporary Governance: Colin Scott.

4. Using Private-Public Linkages to Regulate Environmental Conflicts: The Case of International Construction Contracts: Oren Perez.

5. Competition Law in the International Domain: Networks as a New Form of Governance: Imelda Maher.

6. Technical Cooperation and the International Coordination of Patentability of Biotechnological Inventions: Louise Davies.

7. Regulatory Conversations. Julia Black.

8. The Emotional Dimension in Legal Regulation: Bettina Lange.

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Sol Picciotto is Professor of Law and Head of the Law School at Lancaster University, and David Campbell is Professor of Law at Cardiff Law School and in the ESRC Research Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society.
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  • Includes contributions from leading international contributors to the law of regulation.

  • Takes stock of the collapse of centralised planning and command and control regulation.

  • Looks at the new direction in regulatory theory which must now be pursued.
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