Responsive regulation in theory and practice
11 November @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm| $125
|Most people working in and on regulation will at some point in their career have been exposed to the idea of responsive regulation. In a nutshell, it suggests regulators to ‘speak softly’ and try to achieve compliance through facilitation first, but to also ‘carry a big stick’ that can be used coercively if need be. In this workshop, we will explore the theoretical foundations of this approach to regulation (why should it work?), and its performance in real-world settings (how does it work?).|
Prof Jeroen van de Heijden, The Chair in Regulatory Practice, Victoria Business School will be presenting online from the Netherlands. We will be holding this in person to facilitate networking and the session will be moderated.
Please note: subject to adequate number of bookings. If cancelled, your ticket will be credited to the next date or an alternative workshop of your choosing.