This draft report provides the South Australian Productivity Commission’s (Commission) initial findings and draft recommendations aimed at modernising South Australia’s (SA) regulatory framework. The task is to identify regulatory reforms to better support investment, reverse negative productivity trends and foster economic growth while protecting public...
This report presents the findings of a rapid literature review on what constitutes effective regulation, specifically in health and social care sectors but also more broadly.
Regulatory system governance is the setting of the objectives of that regulatory system and ensuring that actions are taken to deliver on those objectives, consistent with good public sector management practice.
Regulation for the future: the implications of public purpose for policy and regulation in utilities
This report follows extensive in-depth research and analysis into how utilities can better address the politics of fairness and the environment and makes recommendations for rethinking the regulatory system to deliver fairness for people and planet.
As anyone tasked with developing their agency’s regulatory strategy knows only too well, the landscape of available ideas is crowded and confusing. This presentation discusses some of the approaches that will be most helpful in making, explaining and evaluating regulators' choices, setting their posture and...
The purpose of the handbook is to assist officials involved in regulatory activities, to learn how to tackle certain regulatory challenges and to develop a tailor-made systematic approach to improve their regulation. The guide can also be used as a basis for training courses or...
The working life of regulators frequently involves varied and often contradictory pressures, yet we all aspire to be excellent at what we do. What makes for an excellent regulator?
The way regulation is designed, implemented and enforced can have positive or negative, equal or unequal and inclusive or exclusionary effects on individuals and communities.
To create a framework for regulatory excellence that can be practically applied by the Alberta Energy Regulator and other regulators, this report expands upon three core attributes of excellence: utmost integrity, empathic engagement and stellar competence.
This article discusses a not-so-obvious question of what kinds of people and organisations actually perform the role of a regulator, and why this might matter.