Regulatory Governance
Standing Group

New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning 2012 - Conference Panels and Papers

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Wednesday - parallel session 1, 15.00 - 16.00

Seminar Room 1 - Contested regulation

Chair:   

Lorenzo Allio

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Seminar Room 2 - The regulatory welfare state

Chair:   

Alberto Alemanno

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Seminar Room 3 - Self-regulatory solutions to internet governance

Chair:   

Monica Horten

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Seminar Room 4 - Roundtable on handbooks of regulation and governance: one field, two fields or more?

Chair:   

Anne Meuwese

Participants: David Levi-Faur; Martin Lodge; Colin Scott; Frans van Waarden

Seminar Room 5 - Governance, democracy and regulation

Chair:   

Bruce Doern

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Seminar Room 6 - Ethics, stakeholder and new technologies

Chair:   

Duncan Russel

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Seminar Room 7 - Theorizing governance and regulatory tools

Chair:   

Oliver James

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Wednesday - parallel sessions 2, 16.30 - 17.30

Seminar Room 1 - Comparing learning mechanisms

Chair:   Christos Kotosgiannis

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Seminar Room 2 - Normative and theoretical perspectives on regulation in the EU

Chair:   Marie-Pierre Granger

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Seminar Room 3 - Regulatory accountability and performance in multi-level and multi-actor contexts

Chair:   Jacint Jordana and Koen Verhoest

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Seminar Room 4 - Theorizing media governance in the digital age

Chair:   Samuele Dossia

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Seminar Room 5 - Roundtable on networks of prosperity

Chair:   Axel Marx

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Seminar Room 6 - Social regulation and capacity

Chair:   Jonathan Kamkhaji

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Seminar Room 7 - Old media, new policy challenges

Chair:   Chris Marsden

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Thursday - parallel sessions 1, 11.15 - 12.45

Seminar Room 1 - Law and governance: regulating public interests in private relationships

Chair:   Aurelia Colombi Ciacchi

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Seminar Room 2 - The economy, competition policy, and regulatory regimes

Chair:   Christos Kotsogiannis

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Seminar Room 3 - Public service obligations and their role in the European railway industry

Chair:   Matthias Finger and Martin Holterman

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Seminar Room 4 - Explaining the organisation and governance of regulation in complex environments

Chair:   Jacint Jordana and Koen Verhoest

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Seminar Room 5 - Internet privacy and data protection

Chair:   Chris Marsden

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Seminar Room 6 - Energy governance and regulation

Chair:   Catherine Mitchell

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Seminar Room 7 - Non-state actors and regulatory policy making

Chair:   Oliver Fritsch

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Thursday - parallel sessions 2, 14.00 - 15.30

Seminar Room 1 - How states account for failure in Europe (HowSAFE): risk and the limits of governance

Chair:   Henry Rothstein and David Demeritt

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Seminar Room 2 - 'Nudging' as an alternative to regulation and the market

Chair:   Adam Burgess

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Seminar Room 3 - Bringing the state back in the analysis of regulation

Chair:   Bruce Doern

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Seminar Room 4 - Sanctions, liability and deterrence

Chair:   Leone Niglia

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Seminar Room 5 - Regulatory styles and regulatory states

Chair:   Ahmed Badran

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Seminar Room 6 - The politics of independent regulatory agencies

Chair:   Esteban Arribas Reyes

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Seminar Room 7 - Regulatory architectures and performance

Chair:   Oliver James and Ayako Nakamura

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Seminar Room 8 - Autonomy of regulatory agencies in dynamic and complex networks of relationships

Chair:   Koen Verhoest and Jacint Jordana

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Thursday - parallel sessions 3, 16.00 - 17.30

Seminar Room 1 - Regulatory thinking and regulatory choice

Chair:   Paola Coletti

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Seminar Room 2 - Regulatory coherence through coordination between multiple regulatory authorities

Chair:   Jacint Jordana, Koen Verhoest and David Aubin

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Seminar Room 3 - Knowledge and learning

Chair:   Sabina Leonelli

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Seminar Room 4 - Regulatory challenges in Europe

Chair:   Esteban Arribas Reyes

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Seminar Room 5 - Regulating food and agriculture

Chair:   Duncan Russel

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Seminar Room 6 - Comparing approaches to climate policy and risk-based policy making

Chair:   Samuele Dossi

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Seminar Room 7 - Risk regulation: between policy and society

Chair:   Robert Duffy

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Friday - parallel sessions 1, 09.30 - 11.00

Seminar Room 1 - Voluntary regulation: towards a causality-oriented research 1

Chair:   Axel Marx

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Seminar Room 2 - Limits and frontiers of regulation

Chair:   Marie-Pierre Granger

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Seminar Room 3 - Impact assessment and regulatory quality

Chair:   Jacopo Torriti

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Seminar Room 4 - Regulation of financial sectors

Chair:   Christos Kotsogiannis

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Seminar Room 5 - New perspectives on regulation: management, governance and enforcement

Chair:   Stephen Wilks

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Seminar Room 6 - Risk governance and regulation

Chair:   Claire Dunlop

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Seminar Room 7 - The emergence of regulatory regimes: water, energy and sustainability

Chair:   Oliver Fritsch

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Seminar Room 8 - Roundtable on appraising the quality of impact assessment: approaches and methods

Sponsored by the ALREG: Analysis of Learning in Regulatory Governance project, funded by an advanced grant of the European Research Council

Chair:   Claudio Radaelli

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Friday - parallel sessions 2, 11.30 - 13.00

Seminar Room 1 - Voluntary regulation: towards a causality-oriented research - session 2

Chair:   Axel Marx

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Seminar Room 2 - Embedding nanotechnology in society: risks, responses and regulation

Chair:   Baerbel Dorbeck-Jung

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Seminar Room 3 - Interactions within multi-actor and multi-level regulatory constellations

Chair:   Koen Verhoest and Jacint Jordana

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Seminar Room 4 - Regulating new technologies 

Chair:   Ahmed Badran

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Seminar Room 5 - Transnational and multi-level governance 

Chair:   David Levi-Faur

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Seminar Room 6 - Legitimacy, trust and regulatory conventions 

Chair:   Leone Niglia

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Seminar Room 7 - EU regulation cases 

Chair:   Anne Meuwese

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