Regulatory culture


Regulating the professions: what could possibly go wrong?

While competition regulators are wary of the potential for some occupational and professional licensing schemes to erect excessive barriers against entry, Australia has a lengthy history of regulation in this area as a critical means to protect consumers.

CIOB Corporate plan 2020-2023

As the leading professional organisation in construction management, the CIOB’s role in the coming years is to be the moral compass of the construction industry. The corporate plan provides a framework of how business as usual should be conducted, the standards that should be met...

Corruption in the UK construction industry

48% of construction professionals feel that corruption is commonplace within the UK construction industry according to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). Respondents suggest that cultural practices and economic conditions are the main reasons for the prevalence of corruption, noting squeezed tender...

Learning to be better regulators: the importance of training and development

Building regulatory capability and capacity within and across regulatory agencies is a challenging undertaking. This article summarises a presentation about New Zealand's enviable approach to regulatory leadership, culture and capability.