Regulation

Alternate Term Label:
Government regulation
Government regulator
Regulators
Regulatory agencies
Regulatory cycle
Regulatory stewardship
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Fact sheet

Fact Check: Global competitiveness, government regulation and productivity growth: Where does Australia rank?

Prime Minister Tony Abbott claims Australia is ranked 21st in global competitiveness, 128th when it comes to burden of government regulation and second last in productivity growth.
Conference paper

Socialising parking: public opportunities via regulated market approaches

Market-based car parking policy is one of key fulcrums of transformational change towards sustainable and ethical urban futures. This paper examines parking policy approaches in Japanese cities that might broaden the possibilities of parking approaches and the urban relations they (re)produce.
Report

Report on agency effectiveness through organisational design

It is evident that competition agencies face a number of challenges with their organisational structure and the functioning of the organisation. The aim of this report is to share experience among competition agencies in order to improve agency effectiveness.
Report

The trust imperative: why customer experience in government matters

This report explores practical ways that Australian and New Zealand governments can increase the trust and confidence of their customers in a sustainable way that increases engagement and reduces cost.
Conference paper

Shared room housing in Sydney: regulatory and enforcement challenges and policy responses

This paper argues that there is a need for regulatory and policy reforms, such as reviews of tenancy regulations for secure occupancy, affordable housing models/designs, and efficient monitoring and reconciliation systems to address tenants’ challenges in the shared housing sector.
Report

The regulator’s new toolkit: technologies and tactics for tomorrow’s regulator

New technologies and methods can help regulators operate efficiently and effectively, reducing compliance costs and improving the business experience.
Article

The future of regulation: navigating the intersection of regulation, innovation, and society

Innovation and disruption, however, while welcomed by many, is not without unique hazards, especially for regulators who increasingly find themselves at risk of falling hopelessly off pace or derelict with their responsibilities.
Blog post

Which behaviours should we prioritise during the pandemic?

This article asks whether a 'behavioural prioritisation process' might inform a better communication strategy in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic.
Blog post

Covid-19 SCRUB survey wave 2: what are Australians doing and who are they listening to?

BehavioursWorks Australia is leading the Australian chapter of the Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour (SCRUB) project, which aims to give policymakers actionable insights into public attitudes and behaviours relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Report

Sunny side up: strengthening the consumer protection regime for solar panels in Victoria

The rapid growth of the solar industry, the number of players entering and exiting the industry, government financial incentives, the complexity of the technology being sold along with regulatory gaps are creating an environment in which consumer harm can thrive.