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Keith Manch

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Policy Quarterly issue in focus: Regulatory Issues

This special issue of Policy Quarterly has five articles on aspects of government regulation in New Zealand, five articles on various topical policy issues from a range of (mostly academic) contributors, and three articles based on student research internships.
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Are regulated parties customers?

This article tackles the contentious subject of whether regulated entities (those who are required to comply with the law) are ‘customers’ of the agencies that are regulating them. Does it matter what they are called?
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New Zealand’s port and harbour marine safety code: a case study in regulation

This article is a case study of the journey that led to the inaugural annual national forum on the 2016 New Zealand Port and Harbour Marine Safety Code which took place in July 2017 in Wellington.
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What does good regulatory decision making look like?

The article discusses the mechanics, influences and principles of good regulatory decision making in New Zealand.
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Watching the birth of the regulatory profession

Several decisions have been taken over the past few months that aim to professionalise the regulatory community in New Zealand.