Regulatory Governance
Standing Group

4th ECPR Conference, Panels and Papers


New modes of governance in the shadow of hierarchy. Conditions of emergence and efficacy of new modes of governance - A cross-sectoral view
Chair: HERITIER, Adrienne & LEHMKUHL, Dirk
Time: Thu 6 Sep 09:30 - 11:10

Title Name University
The making of the European energy market: The interplay of governance and government EBERLEIN, Burkhard YORK University
On government, governance and judicial review. The case of European competition policy LEHMKUHL, Dirk ZÜRICH, Universität
New modes of governance in the shadow of hierarchy: Self-regulation by industry in Europe HERITIER, Adrienne & ECKERT, Sandra EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE

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Regulatory agencies and public policy
Chair: LEVI-FAUR, David
Time: Thu 6 Sep 09:30 - 11:10

Title Name University
Embedding independent regulatory agencies into administrative traditions: Acceptance or resistance? SOSAY, Gül BOGAZICI University
Presidential policies and the bureaucracy: The dynamics of EPA enforcement action PROVOST, Colin; GERBER, Brian & PICKUP, Mark LONDON, University College; WEST VIRGINIA University & OXFORD, University of
The regulatory orthodoxy in practice LÆGREID, Per & CHRISTENSEN, Tom BERGEN University of
Independent regulatory agencies and policy change: A case study of the Canadian radio-television and telecommunications commission EBERLE, Dagmar HAGEN, Open University

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Multi-level sustainable energy governance: Pathways of 'soft' power
Chair: MEZ, Lutz
Time: Thu 6 Sep 11:30 - 1310

Title Name University
Global energy governance - an (Im)possibility? Conflict and consent in United Nations deliberations on sustainable energy KARLSSON, Sylvia TURKU, University of
Soft persuasion through IEA energy policy reviews: Transitions towards sustainable energy? LEHTONEN, Markku SUSSEX, University of
Multi-level governance through markets - The clean development mechanisms in Brazil FRIBERG, Lars POTSDAM University
The energistransitie: analysing the socio-technical turn in Dutch energy policy SMITH, Adrian SUSSEX, University of
[DISCUSSANT] McGOWAN, Francis SUSSEX, University of

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Regulating private welfare provision
Chair: HAVERLUND, Markus
Time: Thu 6 Sep 11:30 - 1310

Title Name University
The new policies of private pensions in Europe - Regulating private welfare provisions LEISERING, Lutz BIELEFELD, University of
Public governance in the Dutch welfare state: The consequences of privatisation for the obtainment of public interests in the history of the Dutch welfare state TOLLENAAR, Albertjan & PLANTENGA, Mirjam GRONINGEN, Rijksuniversiteit
The politics of private welfare regulation in the European multi-level system HAVERLAND, Markus LEIDEN, Universiteit

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Regulatory governance in the European Union
Chair: LEVI-FAUR, David
Time: Thu 6 Sep 14:30 - 16:10

Title Name University
Corporate (social) responsibility as an arena for partnered governance: From business to public policy case MIDTTUN, Atle Norwegian School of Business
German corporate governance regulation: Between market and multi-level governance LÜTZ, Susanne & EBERLE, Dagmar HAGEN, Open University
Problem-adequate decisions through functional differentiation? Institutional incentives and constraints within the European financial services regulation RUFFING, Eva BAMBERG, University of

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Administration, policy and politics in government regulation
Chair: GRØNNEGAARD, Jørgen
Time: Fri 7 Sep 09:00 - 10:40

Title Name University
The policy role of Swedish agencies JACOBSSON, Bengt & SUNDSTRÖM, Göran SÖDERTÖRNS HÖGSKOLA (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE) & STOCKLHOLM, University of
Dutch regulatory agencies and the making of public policy VAN THIEL, Sandra & YESILKAGIT, Kutsal ROTTERDAM, Erasmus Universiteit
Politics of EU policy competence: national delegation and policy autonomy DONNELLY, Shawn BREMEN, Universität
Delegation without agency loss; Contractual control of regulatory agencies in Danish central government BINDERKRANTZ, Anne & GRØNNEGAARD CHRISTENSEN, Jørgen AARHUS UNIVERSITET
[TABLED PAPER] The role of independent regulatory agencies in policy-making: A comparative cross-sectoral analysis in three West European countries MAGGETTI, Martino LAUSANNE, University of

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Regulatory capitalism
Chair: JORDANA, Jacint
Time: Fri 7 Sep 11:00 - 12:40

Title Name University
Regulating Capitalism LEVI-FAUR, David & JORDANA, Jacint HAIFA, University of & Pompeu Fabra University
Travelling to Brussels via Aarhus: Can trans-national NGO networks impact EU regulatory policy? BUGDAHN, Sonja German Research Institute of Public Administration
The WTO and the construction of a `world without walls´ for accounting services LOFT, Anne & AGGESTAM, Caroline LUNDS UNIVERSITET & Copenhagen Business School
Input or output? How to legitimise supranational risk regulation KRAPOHL, Sebastian BAMBERG, University of
Regulation and climate change mitigation: establishing an effective macro-micro regulatory framework BARTLE, Ian BATH, University of
[TABLED PAPER] The role of the regulator and the regulated in the climate change regime DURRANT, Nicola QUEENSLAND University of Technology
[TABLED PAPER] Governing the Global Economy: Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Regulation of the Transnational Corporations BULUT, Tugce CAMBRIDGE, University of

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Regulation, transnational governance and the markets
Chair: BARTLE, Ian
Time: Fri 7 Sep 14:00 - 15:40

Title Name University
Deliberative-participatory governance across national borders. A theoretical-conceptual model and empirical findings KLINKE, Andreas Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
The instrumentalisation of regulators by TNCs FINGER, Matthias Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne
Lawyers as market creators and shapers VAN WAARDEN, Frans & HILDEBRAND, Youri UTRECHT, University of
Law and legitimacy in multi-level governance PICCIOTTO, Sol LANCASTER University

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The politics of selfgovernance
Chair: TRIANTAFILLOU, Peter
Time: Fri 7 Sep 16:00 - 17:40

Title Name University
Towards a politics of self governance SØRENSEN, Eva ROSKILDE, University of
Auditability, performance and selfgovernance HUMPHREY, Christopher MANCHESTER, University of
Auditability, performance and selfgovernance LOFT, Anne LUNDS UNIVERSITET
Public administration in teams POULSEN, Birgitte ROSKILDE, University of
[DISCUSSANT] MINTIN, Stig OREBRO, University of

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Better regulation: A governance perspective
Chair: RADAELLI, Claudio
Time: Fri 7 Sep 16:00 - 17:40

Title Name University
The emergence of better regulation in the European Commission: An organisational perspective ALLIO, Lorenzo KINGS COLLEGE London
Moving from form to substance: measuring regulatory performance in a federal state CARROLL, Peter TASMANIA, University of
Regulatory impact assessment and modes of governance RADAELLI, Claudio EXETER, University of
Limits and context dependence of the EU´s impact assessment FUEG, Oliver EXETER, University of
[TABLED PAPER] Benchmarking Judicial Performance WITTRUP, Jesper AARHUS, University of

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Bureaucratic autonomy and regulatory enforcement: Are more autonomous regulators also better regulators?
Chair: YESILKAGIT, Kutsal
Time: Sat 8 Sep 09:00 - 10:40

Title Name University
Organisational reputations, scientific novelty and regulatory continuity MAOR, Moshe JERUSALEM, Hebrew University of
Who decides on public policies? The case of public transport in Flanders VERSCHUERE, Bram LEUVEN, Katholieke Universiteit
The regulatory orthodoxy in practice LÆGREID, Per & CHRISTENSEN, Tom BERGEN University of
Autonomy of EU agencies BUSUIOC, Madalina UTRECHT, University of
Autonomy and regulation of state agencies: reinforcement, indifference or compensation? RONESS, Paul; RUBECKSEN, Kristin; VERHOEST, Koen & MACCARTHAIGH, Muiris BERGEN University of; LEUVEN, Katholieke Universiteit & Institute of Public Administration, Dublin
Network-based autonomy: The case of the Dutch competition authority YESILKAGIT, Kutsal UTRECHT, University of
[DISCUSSANT] PETERS, Guy PITTSBURGH, University of

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Governing nanotechnologies: Weaving new regulatory webs or patching up the old
Chair: HODGE, Graeme
Time: Sat 8 Sep 11:00 - 12:40

Title Name University
The smallest regulatory tool-box in the world: Nanotechnology? BOWMAN, Diana & HODGE, Graeme MONASH University
One step back, two steps forward: Advancing the nanotechnology regulation debate LUDLOW, Karinne MONASH University
Tensions and challenges in U.S. nanotechnology regulation MARCHANT, Gary; ABBOTT, Kenneth & SYLVESTER, Douglas ARIZONA STATE University
REACH-ing out to regulate nanotechnology in the European Union VAN CALSTER, Geert & BOWMAN, Diana LEUVEN, Katholieke Universiteit
An analysis of possible federal domestic nanotechnology legislation in Canada: The inclusion of socio-economic considerations MEHTA, Michael SASKATCHEWAN, University of
The challenge of regulating known unknowns WILSON, Robin Fretwell MARYLAND, University of

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Conflicts of interests and multi-lateral cooperation
Chair: SCHELKLE, Waltraud
Time: Sat 8 Sep 14:00 - 15:40

Title Name University
Associative collective action: Promoting the provision of public goods by industry ECKERT, Sandra & HÉRITIER, Adrienne EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE
Managing the conflict of interests in EU direct taxation EBERLEIN, Burkhard & RADAELLI, Claudio EXETER, University of
Individual rights and collective interests in private pension provision MABBETT, Deborah BIRKBECK COLLEGE, University of London
The OECD as a leader in developments in multi-lateral governance GILLIGAN, George MONASH University
[TABLED PAPER] Distributive conflict and services regulation SCHMIDT, Susanne BREMEN, Universität
[TABLED PAPER] Open method of co-ordination on pensions: Does it de-politicise pension policy? NATALI, David BOLOGNA-FORLI, University of

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New modes of regulatory governance
Chair: VAN WAARDEN, Frans
Time: Sat 8 Sep 16:00 - 17:40

Title Name University
Self-regulation in European contract law CAFAGGI, Fabrizio EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE
The governance of internet country code: Top level domains and the state CHRISTOU, G & SIMPSON, S WARWICK, University of
Institutional settings and compliance strategies - The case of biodiversity protection in private forests SIMILÄ, Jukka; FREDRIKSSON, Jenny; PRIMMER, Eeva & HORNE, Paula HELSINKI, University of
[TABLED PAPER] Architectures of international regulation DURRANT, Nicola & FEAVER, Donald QUEENSLAND University of Technology
[TABLED PAPER] The making of European private law: Regulation and governance design CAFAGGI, Fabrizio EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE

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