Regulatory intermediaries in the construction sector

Recently I presented a new paper at the annual Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics conference in Chicago (US). The paper seeks to better understand the widespread involvement of non-governmental organisation in the regulation and governance of the built environment. This paper sits in a larger research project organised by Professor David Levi-Faur on regulatory... Continue Reading →

Linking regulatory literature and Earth System Governance studies

She had me, the taxidriver. After telling her how much I had enjoyed the Earth System Governance (ESG) conference in Norwich this week, she asked me: ‘So, what’s the biggest thing you’ve learned’. It took me a while to answer that question.   Looking back at the conference I have not learned much ‘new’. Yes, I... Continue Reading →

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