Responsive regulation in practice: a review of the international academic literature
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This research paper presents findings from a broad scoping of the international academic literature on responsive regulation. It builds on a systematic evidence review of peer-reviewed articles published since 1992.
The aim of the research paper is to assist executives, managers and frontline workers in regulatory organisations and units who are interested in responsive regulation. It addresses five themes:
- the evolution of responsive regulation
- practical examples of responsive regulation in practice
- evidence of the performance of responsive regulation
- the epistemic challenges and;
- ethical challenges that come with this approach to regulatory governance and practice.
Victoria University of Wellington 2020
Access Rights Type:
State of the Art in Regulatory Governance Research Paper 2020.06
6 Aug 2020