Between evidence and experiments-based regulation: hybrids and nudges

This is a transcript of my lecture at the "Best in Class Regulation: Meeting the Challenge" workshop, organised by RegNet: School of Regulation and Global Governance, Australian National University, 8 August 2016.   Good afternoon everyone,   Experimental regulation and governance Experimental regulation and governance has made quick inroads in the development and implementation of... Continue Reading →

The role of government in voluntary programs

Voluntary programs are to policy makers what a Christmas presents are to children (and adults alike, for that matter). A voluntary program seeks to stimulate people to voluntarily improve their behaviour beyond governmental regulation. For instance, well-known best of class building benchmarking tools such as LEED, BREEAM and Green Star challenge developers to build buildings... Continue Reading →

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