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Regulation in the Age of Crisis
Regulation in the Age of Crisis
Provisional Programme
Third Biennial Conference, June 17-19 2010, Dublin
REGULATORY GOVERNANCE
STANDING GROUP
Dublin 2010 “Regulation in the Age of Crisis “
Registration & Travel
Welcome to Dublin.
Dublin is one of the top city break destinations
in Europe and for atmosphere, night life, visitor
attractions, activities and shopping, it has very
few rivals. Steeped in history and buzzing with
youthful energy, the Irish capital is at the very
heart of Irish culture.
Dublin is one of Europe’s oldest cities and as
well as retaining its historical and cultural
charms, the city also offers trendy bars, elegant
restaurants and stylish, cosmopolitan shops and
hotels. There’s never been a better time to visit Dublin, a city that is rivalling Europe’s elite for hip
appeal. Conference participants who arrive early could enjoy “Bloomsday” - one of Ireland’s greatest
cultural celebrations, which takes place on 16th June each year. More details can be found at
http://www.jamesjoyce.ie/listing.asp?id=29
Enjoy a literary pub crawl around the city, experience a Dublin Bay sea thrill, a boat trip on the River
Liffey or enjoy a traditional Irish music session in one of our famous Irish pubs. The options are
endless and the welcome is always warm.
About University College Dublin
University College Dublin (UCD) is a dynamic, modern university where cutting-edge research and
scholarship provide a stimulating intellectual environment - the ideal surroundings for learning and
discovery.
For over 150 years, UCD has produced graduates of remarkable distinction including famous
surgeons, architects, entrepreneurs and five of Ireland’s Taoisigh (Prime Ministers). Perhaps the best
known of all its graduates is the writer James Joyce, who completed his Bachelor of Arts at the
university in 1902.
Established in 1854, the university played a key role in the history of the modern Irish State and
today it plays a leading part in shaping Ireland’s future. As Ireland forges a new identity through
relationships with international partners, the university will adopt an increasingly international
outlook.
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Getting to the Conference
The conference will take place in University College Dublin. UCD is located in Belfield, Dublin 4 which
is in South Dublin –as indicated on the map
below.
Dublin Airport is served by many of the leading
airlines. The largest carriers are Aer Lingus and
Ryanair, each of which offers budget air travel
from many European destinations. Aer Lingus
and some North American carriers offer direct
transatlantic flights into Dublin. There are
additionally flights from most of the European
hubs into Dublin for those coming from
outside Europe. For a list of all airlines that fly
into and out of Dublin, please visit
www.daa.ie.Transport options from the
airport are bus, taxi or car. There is no train
connection from the airport.
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Details of travel to UCD and maps can be found at http://www.ucd.ie/gettingtoucd.htm
The Conference Venue is the Quinn School of Business, marked Number 44 on the campus
map http://www.ucd.ie/maps/UCD_Map_2009.pdf
The official opening and keynote lecture will take place at Dublin Castle, in the city centre,
on the evening of Thursday 17 June, but all other activities will be held on the UCD
campus.
Conference Registration
Registration for the conference and on-campus accommodation is made through a secure website at
https://www.eventznet.com/295/ac/ecpr10/ecpr10/. Campus accommodation cannot be
guaranteed after 14 May, and delegates registering by 14 May will benefit from a discount.
Registration Charges
Before 14th May
Student participant: €80
After 14th May
Student Participant: €90
Other paper-givers €100
Other Paper-Givers: €120
Attending, but not presenting €150
Attending but not presenting €150
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Accommodation
On Campus Accommodation
These new state of the art purpose built dwellings offer delegates comfortable en suite
accommodation on campus at Roebuck Hall Residence – Building 57 on the campus map http://www.ucd.ie/maps/UCD_Map_2009.pdf
We have secured a special rate for ECPR delegates of €55 per bed including breakfast. Bookings can
be made through the secure registration web-site at the same time as registration https://www.eventznet.com/295/ac/ecpr10/ecpr10/
If you prefer to stay in a hotel, Dublin has a wide choice, including two near the UCD campus. A full
range of hotels is accessible from www.discoverireland.ie. Details of some of these hotels appear
below.
Hotels near the campus:
Stillorgan Park Hotel
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The Stillorgan Park Hotel Dublin is conveniently located near UCD. Travelling to Stillorgan Park Hotel
from Dublin Airport is very easy. All you need to do is take the Aircoach bus service which stops
directly outside the hotel on the N11/Stillorgan Road. Stillorgan Park Hotel is one of the premier 4
Star AA and Fáilte Ireland accredited hotels in Dublin. The Stillorgan Park Hotel is situated on the
south periphery of Dublin City Centre, only 15 minutes by bus to Grafton Street & Stephens Green
area.
UCD has a special corporate rate with the Stillorgan Park Hotel. The rates are as follows :
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€79.00 Room Only (up to 2 people sharing)
Single Occupancy - €89.00 Bed & Breakfast
Double/Twin Occupancy - €99.00 Bed & Breakfast
All of our Bed & Breakfast rates are inclusive of a full Irish Breakfast and VAT. For reservations
please call 01 200 1800 or email [email protected] When the delegates are phoning
up they must quote UCD and they can avail of the offer. The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle
bus to our guests operating Monday – Friday in the mornings and evenings which the delegates can
avail of to bring them to/from UCD. The shuttle bus must be pre-booked with reception the evening
before.
Website: www.stillorganpark.com
Radisson SAS St. Helen’s
The Radisson Hotel St. Helen’s is about a 20minute walk or five minute taxi ride from the UCD
Campus. It is a four star hotel offering 151 air-conditioned bedrooms which have been recently
upgraded to the highest standards of comfort and luxury. Twenty six special executive suites are
available, including those with balconies overlooking the gardens and in keeping with the original
name of the house: ‘Seamount’, offering a magnificent panoramic view over Dublin Bay and onto
Howth Head. The Aircoach from Dublin Airport stops directly outside the Hotel.
Website: www.radissonblu.ie/sthelenshotel-dublin
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Dublin City Centre Hotels
Davenport Hotel
The O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel is a traditional elegant hotel with a historic facade that dates back
to 1863. The Davenport is a well known Dublin landmark located in central Dublin 2 within strolling
distance of Grafton Street, Merrion Square and Trinity College. This excellent 4 star hotel in Dublin is
beautifully appointed with polished woods, marble and leather upholstery. With 114 beautifully
appointed bedrooms, the O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel exudes a discreet combination of classic
traditional elegance. The guest rooms have recently been fully refurbished and include luxury
touches like cashmere bed throws and plasma TVS.
Web: www.ocallaghanhotels.com/dublinmain/Davenport
Conrad Hotel
This five-star luxury hotel located in the heart
of the Dublin city centre, is just opposite the
National Concert Hall and around the corner
from beautiful St. Stephens Green. The Conrad
Dublin luxury hotel is only minutes walking
from fashionable shopping on Grafton Street.
For visitors to Ireland interested in cultural
activities, Trinity College, The National Art
Gallery, The National Museum and Georgian
Dublin are in the immediate vicinity of our
luxury hotel in Dublin.
Web:
http://conradhotels1.hilton.com/en/ch/hotels
/index.do?ctyhocn=DUBHCCI&WT.srch=1
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Useful Information
Dublin Tourism Information and Reservation Centres can be found at Dublin Airport, Dún Laoghaire
Ferry Port, and at Suffolk Street and O’Connell Street in the city centre. Call into one of our offices
and let the experts guide you around Dublin. For more information see visitdublin.com.
Climate
Dublin’s climate is mild and very changeable. It is influenced by the Gulf Stream. Winter
temperatures average 4°C-7°C (39°-44°F) and in summer between 16°C-20°C (60°F-67°F). There are
about eighteen hours of daylight daily during July and August, only getting truly dark after 23.00.
Population
The population of Dublin City and County is almost 1.4 million. English is the spoken language
throughout Ireland. Irish (or Gaelic) is the original native language of Ireland. Place names and
signage are usually in both languages.
Currency
The Euro is the only currency that is officially recognised as legal tender in the Republic of Ireland.
Each Euro has 100 cent.
Electrical Current
220 / 240 volts (50 cycles) is the standard electrical current throughout Ireland. Plugs are 3-pin flat.
Adapters are therefore required for 2-pin appliances.
Tipping
In restaurants a customary service charge may be added to a bill. If a service charge is included,
tipping is not necessary, unless the service received is exemplary. If a service charge was not
included, a normal tip is between 10%-15%. With other services from hairdressers to taxi drivers, it is
generally not necessary to tip although staff will always appreciate acknowledgment of service.
Smoking
Dublin was Europe’s first smoke free capital city! Since 29th March 2004 smoking is banned in all
enclosed places of work in Ireland. This includes banks, office blocks, public buildings, pubs,
nightclubs, restaurants and cafés. The primary purpose of the prohibition is to give protection to
workers and the public who are exposed to harmful environmental tobacco smoke. Exceptions
include hotel, guesthouse and B&B bedrooms and private accommodation. Most pubs and some
restaurants have installed or extended existing beer-gardens or patios to cater for those who smoke.
Theatre & Event tickets
You can book theatre and other event tickets at the Box office in Dublin Tourism at the following
locations:
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Dublin Tourism Centre, Suffolk Street, Dublin 2
Upper O’ Connell Street, Dublin 1
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Restaurants
Dublin is a modern, cosmopolitan city – something that is reflected in vast array of restaurants on
offer. Whatever your taste or budget; there is a wide variety of restaurants to choose from during
your stay with us here in Dublin.
Wherever you eat, portions will be generous, especially in pubs. With its coastal location, it’s not
surprising to find so much seafood on offer in Dublin, in particular smoked salmon and oysters are a
favourite and are usually consumed with a Guinness!
For restaurant reviews: www.visitdublin.com
Telephone
The international code for Ireland is 00 353. The local area code for Dublin is 01. In an emergency,
call 999 or 112. These numbers will alert the appropriate service – fire, police
(Gardaí), lifeboat, coastal, mountain and cave rescue services. The numbers for local and national
directory enquiries are 11811 or 11850 and for international enquiries 11818 or 11860. The Irish
Tourist Assistance Service is on Harcourt Street, Dublin 2 and can be contacted on +353 1 478 5295,
www.itas.ie. Internet and wifI Access Internet and WiFi access is available throughout Dublin.
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Conference Programme
Thursday 17th June
10:00- 17:00
Registration
13:00- 14:45
Simultaneous panel sessions
14:45- 15:15
Coffee Break
15:15- 17:00
Simultaneous panel sessions
17:10- 17:50
Coaches depart for Dublin Castle
18:00- 21:30
Official Conference Opening and Keynote Lecture, State Apartments, Dublin
Castle
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Introduction – Dr Hugh Brady, President of UCD (St. Patrick’s Hall)
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Conference Opening and Ministerial Address – Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for
Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (St. Patrick’s Hall)
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Keynote Lecture – Professor Adrienne Héritier (EUI)"Self-regulation by Industry
in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Emergence, Effectiveness and Legitimacy" (St.
Patrick’s Hall)
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Opening Reception (Portrait Room & Throne Room)
Friday 18th June
09:00- 10:45
Simultaneous panel sessions
10:45- 11:15
Coffee Break
11:15- 13:00
Simultaneous panel sessions
13:00- 14:00
Sandwich Lunch
14:00- 15:45
Simultaneous panel sessions
15:45- 16:15
Coffee Break
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16:15- 18:00
Simultaneous panel sessions
18:00- 21:30
Dinner and Keynote Lecture - Astra Hall
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18:15 Buffet Dinner
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19.30 Presentation of the Majone Prize and Keynote Lecture from Michael
Moran (University of Manchester) -"Regulation, Self-Regulation and the
Financial Crisis".
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Trad music and Bar
Saturday 19th June
09:00- 10:45
Simultaneous panel sessions
10:45- 11:15
Coffee Break
11:15- 13:00
Simultaneous panel sessions
13:00- 14:00
Conference Close
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Panels and Streams
Panel Title
Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Global Financial Regulation
Implementation of Neoliberal Policies
Dealing with Stakeholders
Corporate Governance & Enforcement
Governing Irish Companies
EU Regulatory Responses to Crises
Effective Banking Regulation
Case Studies in Banking and Securities Regulation
Panel
Date/ Time
Number
1A
2A
3A
4A
5A
6A
7A
8A
The Governance of Risk and Technology Regulation
Risk Regulation & Governance: Exploring Emerging Regulatory
Trends in the oversight of New Technologies I
Risk, Regulation & Governance: Exploring Emerging
Regulatory Trends in the oversight of New Technologies II
Regulating Converging Technologies: Developing a Normative
Framework
Governing nanotechnologies: from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation I
Governing nanotechnologies: from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation II
Multilevel Environmental Governance and Nanotechnology
Regulating the New Media
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Fri
11:15- 13:00
Fri
14:00- 15:45
Fri
16:15- 18:00
Sat 09:00- 10:45
Sat 11:15-13:00
1B
Thurs 13:00-14:45
2B
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
3B
Fri
09:00-10:45
4B
Fri
11:15- 13:00
5B
Fri
14:00- 15:45
6B
7B
Fri
Sat
16:15- 18:00
09:00- 10:45
Regulating for Sustainability at International Level
Sub-national Actors and Sustainability
Re-inventing Climate Change Regulation and the Challenge of
Climate Justice
Designing Sustainable Regulation
Regulating for Sustainability by Integration
1C
2C
3C
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
4C
5C
Fri
Fri
11:15- 13:00
14:00- 15:45
Regulation, Rights, and Review
Regulating Law
Regulatory Solutions to Privatised State Security
6C
7C
8C
Fri
Sat
Sat
16:15- 18:00
09:00- 10:45
11:15-13:00
1D
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Regulating for Sustainability
Regulation, Law and Society
Politics of Regulation
New Directions in the Study of Regulatory Administration:
Regulatory Networks and Autonomy I: autonomy of regulators
and insitututional dynamics
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New directions in the study of regulatory administration:
regulatory networks and autonomy II: autonomy of regulators
in networks
New Directions in the study of regulatory administration:
Regulatory Networks and Autonomy III: European Networks
and Regulatory Actors
Regulation and Diffusion
State structures and public sector organization I: national
diversity
State structures and public sector organization II: national
diversity
Regulatory Institutions, Processes and Accountability
2D
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
3D
Fri
09:00-10:45
4D
5D
Fri
Fri
11:15- 13:00
14:00- 15:45
6D
Fri
16:15- 18:00
7D
Sat
09:00- 10:45
Regulatory Networks in the EU
Transnational Regulatory Networks
Horizontal Regulatory Cooperation: When states agree on
how to regulate
2E
3E
4E
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Fri
11:15- 13:00
Regulatory Responsibilisation
Context and Regulatory Design
Regulating Healthcare
5E
6E
7E
Fri
Fri
Sat
1F
2F
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
3F
Fri
09:00-10:45
4F
Fri
11:15- 13:00
5F
Fri
14:00- 15:45
7F
Sat
09:00- 10:45
8F
Sat
11:15-13:00
1G
2G
3G
5G
6G
7G
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Fri
14:00- 15:45
Fri
16:15- 18:00
Sat 09:00- 10:45
Regulatory Networks
Social Regulation
Regulating Food Safety and Quality
Reorienting Food Governance: Response to Crises
Changing Patterns of Food Safety Regulation in the EU and
China: Comparative Perspectives on Multi- Level Governance
Private Food Governance: Problems of Legitimacy,
Accountability and Effectiveness
Global Food Safety and Quality Governance: The Impact of
Global Food Governance in Developing Countries
Investigating Private Food Standards and Quality Governance:
Case Studies
The Role of Scientific Evidence in Food Safety Policy:
Challenges and Limits
Complex Patterns of Interaction: Public and Private Actors in
Food Regulation
Regulation and the Global South
Reconceptualising Regulation and the Global South
The Politics of Regulatory Institutions in the Global South
Regulating Argentina
The Politics of Financial Regulation in Emerging Markets
Changing Institutional Patterns in Africa
Regulating for Sustainable Development in the Global South
Non- State Regulation and Meta- Regulation
The Public and the Private in Regulation
1H
14:00- 15:45
16:15- 18:00
09:00- 10:45
Thurs 13:00-14:45
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The Rise and Fall of Private Regulation of Financial Markets
Certification and Regulation
Steering Non-State and Hybrid Regulatory Regimes
Agency in Non- State Regulation
2H
3H
4H
5H
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Fri
11:15- 13:00
Fri
14:00- 15:45
Balancing Regulation and Competition Policy
Reconciling State Activity and Competitive Markets
7H
8H
Sat
Sat
1I
2I
3I
4I
5I
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Fri
11:15- 13:00
Fri
14:00- 15:45
6I
Fri
Conceptual and theoretical analysis of regulation I
Conceptual and theoretical analysis of regulation II
State and Market in the design of Regulation
1J
2J
3J
Thurs 13:00-14:45
Thurs 15:15- 17:00
Fri
09:00-10:45
Regulatory Governance in Network Industries I
Horizontal Regulatory Cooperation: When states agree on
how to regulate
Regulating Water
Regulating Energy
5J
6J
Fri
Fri
11:15- 13:00
14:00- 15:45
7J
8J
Sat
Sat
09:00- 10:45
11:15-13:00
Regulation and the Limits of Competition
Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
Reconceptualising Regulatory Capacity
Reconceptualising Regulatory Capacity II
Promoting Regulatory Compliance
Harnessing Non- State Capacity
Accounting for New Regulatory Approaches and Regulatory
Performance
Quality of Regulation
Theories of Regulation
Regulating Network Industries
09:00- 10:45
11:15-13:00
16:15- 18:00
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Panels & Papers
Session 1
Thursday 17th 13:00-14:45
Global Financial Regulation
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
1A
1
The Emerging Dynamics of Global Financial Regulation
Jonathon Koppell
Yale School of Management
2
Systemic Risk and Global Financial Regulation after the Crisis
Mary Condon
Osgoode Hall Law School
3
Regulation of Financial Derivatives and its Efficacy in Global Perspective
Roman Goldbach
University of Gottingen
4
Legitimating Transnational Private Standard-Setting: the International Accounting
Standards Board
Burkard Eberlein, Alan Richardson
York University
Risk, Regulation & Governance: Exploring Emerging Regulatory
Trends in the oversight of New Technologies I
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
1B
Room:
1
Regulating New Technologies: Lessons from Canadian Biotechnology Policy Development
1980-2010
Michael Howlett
National University of Singapore, Simon Fraser
University
2
Risk, Regulation and Governance: The Emerging Regulatory Regime for Nanotechnology
in China – Likely Trajectories and Implications for Effective Risk Management
Darryl S.L. Jarvis
National University of Singapore
3
Managing Nanotechnology Risks from an Asian Perspective: The Case of Taiwan
Mika Purra
National University of Singapore
Regulating for Sustainability at International Level
Stream: Regulating for Sustainability
Room:
1C
1
Making Regulation Stick -- Governmental Self-Regulation as a New Approach to
International Environmental Compliance
Patrick Bayer
University of Mannheim
2
Energy Use Scenarios as Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: The International Energy Agency and
Regulatory Responses to the Climate Crisis.
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Petrina Schiavi
Australian National University
3
Nuclear Power Regulation in Russia and France: Innovation and Public Interest as
Determinants of Sustainable Development
Theocharis N. Grigoriadis
University of California at Berkeley
New Directions in the Study of Regulatory Administration: regulatory
networks and autonomy I: autonomy of regulators and institutional
dynamics’
Stream: Politics of Regulation
1D
Room:
1
Political saliency and bureaucratic autonomy
Kutsal Yesilkagit
Utrecht University
2
Political governance and NPM principles in the making: Institutional dynamics of
Hungarian central government administration 2002-2008
Gyorgy Hajnal
Institute for Strategic Research on Economy and
Society
3
New Directions in the Study of Regulatory Administration: regulatory networks and
autonomy
Jan Rommel
Instituut voor de overheid
Reorienting Food Governance: Response to Crises
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
Room:
1F
1
New Faces of Crisis: A Need for Reorientation of the European Food Regulation in Face of
New Challenges
Karolina Zurek
European University Institute
2
Europeanization and Changing Meanings of Food Safety
Katharina T. Paul
Erasmus University Rotterdam
3
Buying Bio-Security – Compensation for Animal Diseases.
Robert Lee
Cardiff University
4
Authority in governing global food
Peter Oosterveer
Wageningen University
Reconceptualising Regulation and the Global South
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
Room:
1G
1
A Regulatory State of the South?
Navroz Dubash, Bronwen Morgan
Centre for Policy Research, University of Bristol
2
Towards a Geography of Regulation: Bringing the ‘Global South’ into Regulatory Theory
Michael Dowdle
National University of Singapore
3
Steering the Regulatory State: The Rationale behind the Creation of Independent
Regulatory Agencies in Liberalized Utility Sectors in the Developing Countries
Ahmed Badran
University of Exeter
4
Resistance and Regulation
Nai Rui Chng
European University Institute
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The Public and the Private in Regulation
Stream: Non- State Regulation and MetaRegulation
Room:
1H
1
Two Visions of Regulation
Tony Prosser
University of Bristol
2
Varieties and Vicissitudes of Private Market Regulation in the 19th and 20th century
Netherland
Frans van Waarden
Utrecht University
3
The many meanings of standards. The politics of the international standard of food risk
analysis
David Demortain
London School of Economics
Reconceptualising Regulatory Capacity
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
Room:
1I
1
Re-Stocking The Regulatory Toolkit
Arie Freiburg
Monash University
2
Regulatory Capacity and Networked Governance
Colin Scott
University College Dublin
3
Collaborative Regulation
Julia Black, Robert Baldwin
London School of Economics
4
Regulatory Mechanisms for Forcing Change Past Power
Cristie Ford
University of British Columbia
Revisiting Theories of Regulation
Stream: Theories of Regulation
Room:
1J
1
Public interest regulation reconsidered: from capture to credible commitment
Jorgen Gronnegaard Christensen
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia,
Spain
2
Back to the Future: Will the U.S. Return to the Social Model of Regulation?
Sidney Shapiro
Wake Forest University
3
A crisis of neoliberal government or a crisis of governmentality studies?
Mitchell Dean
Macquarie University
4
Theories of Regulation after the Great Financial Crisis
David Levi- Faur
The Hebrew University
Session 2
Thursday 17th 15:15- 17:00
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Implementation of Neoliberal Policies
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
2A
1
Dangerous Life and Biopolitical Regulation; The Stakes of Neoliberal Financial Crises
Nicholas J. Kiersey
Ohio University
2
The Domestic Origins of Fiscal Crisis
Niamh Hardiman, Sebastien Dellepiane
University College Dublin
3
Rethinking neoliberalism and regulation before and after the financial crisis
Damien Cahill
University of Sydney
4
Together ‘We Can’: How Canada Solved the ABCP Crisis
Ian Roberge
Université York
Risk, Regulation & Governance: Exploring Emerging Regulatory
Trends in the oversight of New Technologies II
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
2B
Room:
1
Mapping the Defining Features of the EU Regulatory Approach to New Health
Technologies
Tamara Hervey, Mark Flear
2
Risk Regulation and Industry Behaviour -An analysis of (theoretical) factors influencing
manufacturers decisions to comply with quality and safety regulations for products.
Marie-Jeanne Schiffelers
Utrecht University
3
As Good as It Gets | On Risk, legality and the precautionary principle
Bald de Vries, Lyana Francot
Utrecht University
4
Regulation of Medical Technologies: hospitals and physicians in Malaysia and Singapore
M. Ramesh
University of Hong Kong
Sub-national Actors and Sustainability
Stream: Regulating for Sustainability
Room:
2C
1
The Receptive Capacity of Firms and the Regulation of Ecological Modernisation
Gary Lynch- Wood, David Williamson
University of Manchester
2
Comparative Campaigns: Organizational and Decision Aspects of ENGO Ranking and
Rating Campaigns
Christine Overdevest
University of Florida
3
Governance and Sustainable Urban Development
Harald Heubaum
University College London
New directions in the study of regulatory administration: regulatory
networks and autonomy II: autonomy of regulators in networks
Stream: Politics of Regulation
1
2D
Room:
Does Formal Independence Matter for Regulatory Outcomes? Measuring Regulatory
Interdependence in Networks: The Case of Telecoms Sector in Egypt
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Ahmed Badran, Oliver James
University of Exeter
2
Regulatory Independence and Regulatory Networks in the U.S. Experience
Janice Beecher
Michigan State University
3
Reasserting the centre in a multi-level governance architecture: potential implications of
shifts in domestic reform environments on the dynamics of regulatory governance in the
European Union.
Ole Danielsen
University of Bergen
Regulatory Networks in the EU
Stream: Regulatory Networks
Room:
2E
1
Key Relationships in European Regulatory Networks
David Coen, Mark Thatcher
University College London, London School of
Economics
2
Influence and brokerage: Network constraints in EU banking regulation
Dimitris Christopoulos, Lucia Quaglia
University of West England, University of Sussex
3
Regulatory Networks and policy diffusion
Martino Maggetti, Fabrizio Gilardi
University of Zurich
4
Networked governance: the European Competition Network - operation, implications and
impact'
Kathryn Wright, Hussein Kassim
University of East Anglia
Changing Patterns of Food Safety Regulation in the EU and China:
Comparative Perspectives on Multi- Level Governance
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
2F
Room:
1
Regulating without autonomy: Food safety regimes in China
Neil Collins, Joern Gottwald
University College Cork
2
Food Safety Policy Coordination in Three Chinese Cities: Beijing, Hong Kong, and Taipei
John P. Burns, Guy Peters
University of Hong Kong, University of Pittsburgh
3
Regulation of Food Safety in the EU: Changing patterns of multi-level governance
Gabriele Abels, Alexander Kobusch
University of Tuebingen
4
Shortcomings in enforcing EU food law. What does EU Food Law stand for?
Daniele Pisanello
Lex Alimentaria
The Politics of Regulatory Institutions in the Global South
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
Room:
2G
1
International standards and local adjustments in developing countries– the state audit
case
Maria Gustavson
University of Gothenburg
2
The Embedded Elements of Autonomous Regulation: State, Market, and Civil Society in
Brazilian Telecom
Daniel I. Buch
University of California, Berkeley
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3
Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation, and Economic Growth in Sub – Saharan Africa
Samuel Adams
4
Regulation, Uncertainty and Financial Crisis
Ebru Kayaalp
Istanbul Sehir University
The Rise and Fall of Private Regulation of Financial Markets
Stream: Non- State Regulation and MetaRegulation
Room:
2H
1
Developments in Regulation at the Amsterdam Stock Market Over Time.
Six Stages of Regulation with regard to Unfair Practices at the Amsterdam Stock Market
from 1602 onwards.
Francois Kristen
Utrecht University
2
The Paris Financial Market in the 19th Century: an Efficient Multi-Polar Organization ?
Pierre- Cyrille Hartcoeur, Angelo Rivo
EHESSS, European Business School
3
Regulation, litigation and private enforcement mechanisms on the Amsterdam market for
VOC shares, 1602-1700
Lodewijk Petram
University of Amsterdam
Reconceptualising Regulatory Capacity II
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
Room:
2I
1
Control Regime (Or why State Comptrollers are liable to err?)
David Peled
University of Haifa
2
Perceptions Matter: The use of Branding, marketing and PR activities by public and
private regulatory regimes.
Dan Hayden
University College Dublin
3
From New Public Management to Public Value. An examination of how programs of
voluntary self-regulation build public value and contribute to regulatory growth.
Christopher Walker
New South Wales University
Conceptual and theoretical analysis of regulation
Stream: Theories of Regulation
Room:
2J
1
Predominant Cultural Views and Regulatory Responses to Oil Spill Disasters in United
States, France and Spain
Salvador Parrado
2
Governance Legalism: Hayek and Sabel on Reason and Rules, Organization and Law
Amy J. Cohen
Ohio State University
3
Expanding Public Norms to Private Contractors: Comparative Analysis
Avishai Benish, David Levi-Faur
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
4
Risk, Regulation And Financial Crisis: Comparing National Responses In Financial
Regulation
Martin Lodge, Kai Wegrich
Ohio State University
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Session 3
Friday 18th 9:00- 10:45
Dealing with Stakeholders
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
3A
1
Corporate Governance and Regulatory Failure.
Irene Lynch Fannon
University College Cork
2
Inquiring for Truth and the Re-engineering of the Corporate Contract
Justin O' Brien
University of New South Wales
3
The Legal Responsibilities of Public Interest Directors in Irish Financial Institutions
Blanaid Clarke
University College Dublin
4
Consultation and Legitimacy in Transnational Standard-Setting
Caroline Bradley
University of Miami
Regulating Converging Technologies: Developing a Normative
Framework
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
3B
Room:
1
Singularity, Plurality, and Precaution: The Range of Regulatory Responsibility
Roger Brownsword
King's College London
2
Converging technologies, diverging contexts: challenges for legal protection
Bert-Jaap Koops
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society
3
The Politics of Precaution: Examining EU Regulation of Human Material
Anne-Maree Farrell
University of Manchester
4
Is techno-regulation morally illegitimate?
Karen Yeung
King's College London
Re-inventing Climate Change Regulation and the Challenge of
Climate Justice
Stream: Regulating for Sustainability
3C
Room:
1
Adapting to Climate Change: The Challenge for Collaborative Governance on the Island of
Ireland
Sharon Turner
Queens University Belfast
2
Rescaling climate justice: sub-national issues and innovations for low carbon futures
Anna Davies
Trinity College Dublin
3
Regulating Climate Change: Power, Politics and Climate Justice after Copenhagen
Suzanne Kingston
University College Dublin
4
Negotiating the environment: ‘Offsetting’ mitigation and justice
Jane Holder
University College London
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New Directions in the Study of Regulatory Administration:
Regulatory Networks and Autonomy III: European Networks and
Regulatory Actors
Stream: Politics of Regulation
3D
Room:
1
Between isolation and interference: the institutional development of the European
Medicines Agency and the European Food Safety Authority in comparative perspective
Martijn Groenleer
Delft University
2
Linking the levels: independence and influence in the European twotiered
network of food safety agencies
Alex Kobusch
University of Tuebingen
3
National agencification and Europeanization of regulatory practice – the case of maritime
safety
Christer Gulbrandsen
University of Oslo
4
Europeanization of the Competition Agency. A study of the Competition Agency’s
participartion in transnational networks
Per Lægreid and Olle C. Stenby,
University of Bergen, Norway
Transnational Regulatory Networks
Stream: Regulatory Networks
Room:
3E
1
Learning in transnational networks about regulatory impact assessment: Benchmarking
or extrapolation?
Claudio Radaelli
University of Exeter
2
Power, Interdependence, and inequality in Transgovernmental Politics: A network
analytic approach to cooperation among securities commissions
Abraham Newham
Georgetown University
3
Assessing the World Bank’s influence on the worldwide diffusion of good governance
norms: a bibliographic data analysis
Gaoussou Diarra
Universite d'Auvergne
Private Food Governance: Problems of Legitimacy, Accountability
and Effectiveness
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
3F
Room:
1
GLOBALGAP and the Management of Legitimacy
Donal Casey
University College Dublin
2
The legitimacy of private transnational regulation, The Case of Private Food Governance
Jan Wouters, Nicolas Hachez
Universiteit Leuven
3
The Effectiveness of Food Retail Governance for Sustainability
Agni Kalfaggiani
University of Stuttgart
4
Actors and regulatory roles in private and mixed forms of food regulation
Tetty Havinga
Radboud University Nijmegen
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Regulating Argentina
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
Room:
3G
1
Income Distribution and Taxation: the Current Situation in Latin America
Leonardo Grottola, Maria Leticia Patrucchi
University of Buenos Aires
2
Producer and regulator? A new challenge for Argentine State (2003-2009).
Andrea Makon, Mariela Rocca
National University of San Martin
3
Institutional Transformation and Business Strategies: Privatized Utilities in Contexts of
Economic and Political Instability.
Valeria Serafinoff
National University of San Martin
4
Intergovernmental Coordination for Environmental Regulation in Argentina
Maximiliano Rey
University of Buenos Aires
Certification and Regulation
Stream: Non- State Regulation and MetaRegulation
Room:
3H
1
The Potential and Limits of Forest Certification as a Global Environmental Governance
Tool. The case of the Forest Stewardship Council.
Axel Marx
University of Leuven/ Antwerp Management
School
2
From Transnational Environmental Standards to Local Practices: Implementation of
Forest Certification Standards in the Russian Forest Sector
Olga Malets
Technische University
3
Legitimacy and effectiveness of codes, certification and accreditation as instruments of
regulatory governance
Meike Bokhurst
Netherlands Court of Audit and Tilburg University
Promoting Regulatory Compliance
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
3I
Room:
1
Taking advice – the role of advice, guidance and persuasion in compliance
John Brady
Anglia Ruskin University
2
Accounting for Implementation: A Multi- level Analysis of International Standard- Setting
in Accounting
Burkard Eberlein, Alan Richardson
York University
3
The impact of regulatory policy on individual behaviour: a goal framing theory approach
Julien Etienne
London School of Economics
4
The Efficacy of Regulation : An Analysis using Self-Determination Theory
Deborah E. Rupp, Ruth V. Aguilera, Cynthia A.
The University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
Williams
State and market in the design of regulation
Stream: Theories of Regulation
2
Room:
3J
Lessons from the American Single Market for Europe: Contestation, Legitimacy and Crisis
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in US
Michelle Egan
American University Washington DC
3
What’s an impact assessment to do? Ideas, instruments and the capabilities-expectations
gap
Claire A. Dunlop, Claudio M. Radaelli, Duncan
University of Exeter
Russel
Session 4
Friday 18th 11:15- 13:00
Corporate Governance & Enforcement
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
4A
1
Corporate Governance Regulation in the Aftermath of the Crisis: The role of Enforcement
Stelios Andreadakis
Oxford Brookes University
2
When does flexible regulation work? The comply-or-explain principle in UK and German
corporate governance
Paul Sanderson, David Seidl, Bernhard Krieger,
University of Cambridge, University of Zurich,
John Roberts
Ludwig- Maximilians- Universitat, University of
Sydney
3
Vicious Spirals in Corporate Governance: Mandatory Rules for Systemic (Re) Balancing?
Michael Galanis
University of Leeds
Governing nanotechnologies: from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation I
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
4B
Room:
1
The role of industrial dynamics and innovation policies in nanomaterials governance
Ismael Rafols
2
Innovative governance of nanotechnologies: a legal perspective
Gregory Mandel
Temple University
3
The Limits of International Harmonization in Nanotechnology Risk Regulation
Ronit Justo Hanani, David Levi- Faur, Tamar
Tel Aviv University, The Hebrew University
Dayan
4
‘May contain nano': the rhetoric and reality of consumer labelling
Elen Stokes
Cardiff University
Designing Sustainable Regulation
Stream: Regulating for Sustainability
1
Room:
4C
When Soft law hits Hard. On the effectiveness of new regulatory approaches in Pollution
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Prevention and Control in the EU
Charalampos Koutalakis, Aron Buzongany
German Research Institute for Public
Administration Speyer, University of Athens
2
From Regulation to Implementation: Responsive Assessment of Environmental
Compliance and Enforcement
Orr Karrassin, Oren Perez
Sapire Academic College Law School, Bar Ilan
University
3
Business as Usual or Apocalypse Now? Regulating the Car Industry’s Carbon Emissions
John Mikler
University of Sydney
Regulation and Diffusion
Stream: Politics of Regulation
Room:
4D
1
Regionalization and globalization in regulatory capitalism: the Regional dimension in the
diffusion of regulatory agencies
Xavier Fernandez-i-Marín, Jacint Jordana, David Barcelona d’Estudis Interncionals, Universitat
Levi- Faur
Pompeu Fabra, Hebrew University
2
The Administrative Burden Reduction Policy Boom in Europe. Comparing mechanisms of
policy diffusion
Kai Wegrich
Hertie School of Governance
3
A comparative analysis of regulatory governance innovations
Fabrizio De Francesco
University of Zurich
Horizontal Regulatory Cooperation: When states agree on how to
regulate
Stream: Regulatory Networks
4E
Room:
1
Jumping the Pond: Transnational Law and the Future of Chemical Regulation
Noah Sachs
University of Richmond
2
Implications of horizontal regulatory cooperation on the WTO legal order
Alberto Alemanno
HEC Paris
3
The ‘peer’ phenomenon in 'Better Regulation'
Anne Meuwese
Tilburg University
4
The regulatory effect of the integrity watchdog networks
Ramon-Jordi Moles Plaza, Endrius Eliseo
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Cocciolo
Global Food Safety and Quality Governance: The Impact of Global
Food Governance in Developing Countries
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
4F
Room:
1
Non-governmental food safety standards: (mis) matching global norms with local needs?
Jaap Van der Kloet
Radboud University Nijmegen
2
GLOBALGAP: a curse for smallholders in developing countries or a blessing in disguise?
Nicolien van der Grijp
VU University Amsterdam
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3
Between the requirements of “regulations” and “standards” in food safety: challenges
and opportunities for developing countries’ exports of tropical fruits to the European
Union.
Vanessa Constant Laforce
University of Abertay Dundee
Steering Non-State and Hybrid Regulatory Regimes
Stream: Non- State Regulation and MetaRegulation
Room:
4H
1
Property Rights and Regulation, Private and Public
Sol Picciotto
Lancaster University
2
Competition Law and Transnational Private Regulatory Regimes: Marking the Cartel
Boundary
Imelda Maher
University College Dublin
3
Assessing the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Regulatory Governance: The Case
of Public-Private Hybrid Regulatory Institutions.
Edward Cohen
Westminister College
Harnessing Non-State Capacity
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
Room:
4I
1
Will the economic crisis induce the use of social pacting as a strategic mode of
adjustment across the EU
Aidan Regan
University College Dublin
2
Policy Capacity in an Age of Crisis: Business Associations and the Coordination of
Industrial Success
Ana Maria Evans
Instituto de Ciências Sociais
3
Politics, Labor, Regulation, and Performance: Lessons from the Privatization of OTE
George Pagoulatos, Nikolaos Zahariadis
Athens University of Economics and Business;
University of Alabama at Birmingham
4
From New Public Management to Public Value. An examination of how programs of
voluntary self-regulation build public value and contribute to regulatory growth.
Christopher Walker
New South Wales University
Articulated vs Disjointed Corporatism:The Impact and Implications of Trade Union
5
Strategies
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Oscar Molina , Roland Erne
University College Dublin
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Session 5
Friday 18th 14:00- 15:45
Governing Irish Companies
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
5A
Room:
1
State Responses to the Irish Banking Crisis: A Grand Experiment in Corporate Governance
Theo Lynn, Ruchira Sharma, Blanaid Clarke
Dublin City University Business School
2
The Influence Of The News Media On The Corporate Governance Practices of Irish And UK
Listed PLCs
Louise Gorman, Theo Lynn, Mark Mulgrew
Dublin City University Business School
3
Replacing 'Comply or Explain' with Legally Binding Corporate Governance Codes: An
Appropriate Regulatory Response?
Deirdre Ahern
Trinity College Dublin
Governing nanotechnologies: from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation II
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
5B
Room:
1
Regulating nanotechnology: preliminary results of a transnational comparison of
stakeholders’ opinions
Simone Arnaldi
University of Padua
2
Regulatory lessons from nanomedical regulation
Bärbel Dorbeck-Jung, Nupur Chowdhury
University of Twente
3
REACHing Down: European Nanotechnology Regulation in the Chemicals Arena
Robert Lee, Steven Vaughan
Cardiff University
Regulating for Sustainability by Integration
Stream: Regulating for Sustainability
Room:
5C
1
The Common Transport Policy – a sustainable policy?
Helene Dyrhauge
University of Leeds
2
Integrated Marine Governance: rethinking accountability and legitimacy
Jan van Tatenhove
Environmental Policy Group (WUR)
3
Global Financial Crisis versus Climate/ Environment Crisis
Tan Seck Leng
National University of Singapore
4
Governance for sustainability in a globalizing world
Alberto Martinelli
University of Milan
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State structures and public sector organization I: constitutional
pressures and constraints
Stream: Politics of Regulation
5D
Room:
1
The Politics of Institutional Design in Parliamentary Democracies
Kutsal Yesilkagit
Utrecht University
2
States Under Pressure: Institutional Adaptation to New Policy Challenges
Niamh Hardiman, Per Lægreid, Muiris
University College Dublin
MacCarthaigh, Paul Roness
3
Separation of Powers and Administrative Red Tape
Colin Provost, Victor Lapuente Gine
University College London, Goteborg University
4
Regulatory Independence and Regulatory Networks in the U.S. Experience
Janice Beecher
Michigan State University
Regulatory Responsibilisation
Stream: Social Regulation
1
Lifestyle regulation
Stavros Zouridis, Meike Bokhorst, Rik Peeters
Room:
5E
Tilburg University
2
Cui Bono? A Critical Analysis of the development of the Irish National Quality Standards
for Residential Care Settings for Older People in Ireland
Ciara O' Dwyer
Trinity College Dublin
3
Permission after Respect: Informal youth work and the impact of assessment through
regulatory success
Deirdre Duffy
University of Nottingham
4
Regulating-for-welfare: A Comparative Study of "Regulatory Welfare Regimes" in the
Israeli, British and Swedish Electricity Sectors
Hanan Haber
Hebrew University
Investigating Private Food Standards and Quality Governance:
Case Studies
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
5F
Room:
1
The Globalisation of Standard Setting Activities in Agri-Food Sectors: a governance
perspective
Armelle Maze
AgroParisTech
2
Food quality through networks: data from a European research on wine
Federica Casarosa, Marco Gobbato
European University Institute, Universita di
Trento
3
The Market for Halal Certificates
Frans van Waarden, Robin van Dalen
Utrecht University
4
Power and the Food Supply Chain: Proprietary and Hybrid Governance in Australia and
Europe
Carol Richards, Hilde Bjorkhaug, Geoff
University of Queensland, Centre for Rural
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Lawrence
Research Trondheim
The Politics of Financial Regulation in Emerging Markets
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
5G
Room:
1
Global Ideas, Local Uncertainty: Financial Supervisory Independence from London & Basel
to the Emerging World?
Christopher Gandrud
London School of Economics
2
Pension Funds and the Institutional (Re)Configuration of Capital in Latin America
Giselle Datz
Virgina Tech
3
The politics of banking regulation in emerging markets: the pivotal case of China
Andrew Walter
London School of Economics
4
Russia and the Global Credit Crunch: Financial Regulation between the Two Crises
Anastasia Nesvetailova, Kiryl Haiduk
University of London, University of Trento
3
Bringing Parties Back In: The Institutional Foundation of Securities Market Regulation in
Southeast Asia
Xiaoke Zhang
University of Nottingham
Agency in Non-State Regulation
Stream: Non- State Regulation and MetaRegulation
Room:
5H
1
Playing Games of Governance: an analysis of ‘Defiance’ in the Fair Trade industry
Anna Hutchens
The Australian National University
2
Private Actors in Meta-Regulation: the Role of Management Consultants
Sharon Gilad
London School of Economics
3
Why Do Firms Fail To Comply With Csr Requirements? An Examination Of Un Global
Compact Delistings
Jesse Steen Knudsen
Copenhagen Business School
4
NGOs and litigation: a way to influence public policy in an age of crisis? Environmental
and data protection policy compared
Hartmut Aden
Berlin School of Economics
Accounting for New Regulatory Approaches and Regulatory
Performance
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
5I
Room:
1
Public Accountability and PPP’s -How does public accountability work in complex
settings?
Tom Willems
University of Antwerp
2
Accountability And Governance In Local Public Services
Nuno Ferreira da Cruz, Rui Cunha Marques
Instituto Superior Técnico – Technical University
of Lisbon
3
Regulatory Quality: A Cross-country and Cross-sectoral Analysis
Isik Ozel
Sabanci University
4
Regulatory Regimes and Foreign Mining Investment in the Asia-Pacific Region:
Comparative Evaluation and Policy Recommendations
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Vlado Vivoda
University of South Australia
Regulatory Governance in Network Industries I
Stream: Regulating Network Industries
Room:
5J
1
On the design and implementation of utility regulation
Alessandro Marra, Vittorio Carlei
Università degli Studi "G. D'Annunzio" di ChietiPescara
2
Governing the Dynamics of the Network Industries
Rolf Kinneke, Mathias Finger, John
Delft University of Technology
Groenewegen, Theo Toonen
3
New Foundations for EU Energy Policy
Adrien de Hauteclocque, Jean- Michel Glachant, European University Association
Eva Niesten, Yannick Perez
4
Comparing regulatory decision-making in the energy sector
Giusseppe Bellantuono
University of Trento
Session 6
Friday 18th 16:15- 18:00
EU Regulatory Responses to the Crisis
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
6A
1
Surpassing network governance? Factors affecting proposals for supranational
governance in the European System of Financial Supervisors and the European Systemic
Risk Council.
Shawn Donnelly
University of Twente
2
Banking on Crisis: Toward Greater Harmonization of Banking Sector Regulation in the EU?
Aneta Spendzharova
Maastricht University
3
Regulation in Europe after the Financial Crisis: Patterns of Up-loading and Down-loading
of Regulatory Solutions
Beata Kviatek
University of Groningen
4
Overcoming Systemic Financial Risks in Europe: Contested Policy Responses and the
Shortcomings of Ordoliberal Responses
Dieter Pesendorfer
Queens University Belfast
Multilevel Environmental Governance and Nanotechnology
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
Room:
6B
1
Big Government for Small Technology – European Regulation for Nanotechnology
Kirsten Rodine Hardy
Northeastern University
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2
Local Government and Conditions of Uncertainty: Cambridge, MA and the Regulation of
Nanomaterials
Christopher Bosso, Caitlin McAllister
Northeastern University
3
Governance and Uncertainty: A Meta-Analysis with applications to health and
environmental impacts of nano-technology
Rob A. DeLeo
Northeastern University
4
Regulation of manufactured nanomaterials and -devices in the Netherlands
Johannes Eijmberts
Northeastern University
Regulation, Rights, and Review
Stream: Regulation, Law and Society
Room:
6C
1
“Manifestly Unreasonable?” A Critique of Merits-based Review in Irish Regulatory
Appeals
Gerard Sadlier
Law Reform Commission
2
Excluding judicial review from the decisions of non-state actors
Daniel Stewart
The Australian National University
3
Discretion and Judicial Review in EU Competition Policy: The Case of Merger Control
J.C. Hernandez
University of Navarra
State structures and public sector organization II: National
diversity
Stream: Politics of Regulation
6D
Room:
1
Reorganizing by Mergers. Analyzing the choices for new structures of the French
Territorial State in the 2000s.
Philippe Bezes, Patrick le Lidec
University Paris 2
2
Europeanization of regulatory agencies in Estonia
Külli Sarapuu
Tallinn University of Technology
3
Institutional Change and Policy Capacity in Anglophone Countries
John Halligan
University of Canberra
Context and Regulatory Design
Stream: Social Regulation
6E
Room:
1
Regulatory Reform in Georgian Broadcasting: Citizen Rights and Roadblocks to CoRegulation
Giorgi Kipiani
Javakhishvili State University
2
Private School Regulation and Policy Instruments: Back to National Policy Styles
Amos Zehavi
Tel Aviv University
3
Identifying Context of Controlling Risks in Prison Service Management:Comparative
analysis of Prison Management between English and Japanese Prisons
Ayako Nakamura, Oliver James
University of Exeter
4
Global and Local Dynamics: The Regulation of Medical Technologies in the European
Union, Japan and the United States.
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Christa Altenstetter
City University of New York
Changing Institutional Patterns in Africa
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
6G
Room:
1
Stock Market Participation In The South African Development Community
Greg Shailer
The Australian National University
2
Privatization, Commercialization And The Democratic Process In Nigeria: A
Conjunctural Enquiry.
Chuku Umezurike
University of Nigeria
3
Nigerian Insurance Companies in an Age of Regulation
Hakeem Yusuf, Tajudeen Yusuf
Queen’s University Belfast
Quality of Regulation
Stream: Regulatory Capacity and Instruments
Room:
6I
1
What’s an impact assessment to do? Ideas, instruments and the capabilities-expectations
gap
Claire A. Dunlop, Claudio M. Radaelli, Duncan
University of Exeter
Russel
2
Understanding Administrative Barriers to SMEs in Bulgaria
Evgeni Evgeniev
World Bank
3
The Evolution of Taxi Regulation in Ireland
Stephen Weir
Institute of Public Administration
4
The Need for Strategic Approach to Regulatory Reform in the Period of Crisis, in Five
Western Balkan Countries
Slavica Penev
Belgrade Economics Institute
Regulatory Governance in Network Industries II
Stream: Regulating Network Industries
Room:
6J
1
Regulatory Governance Changes under the framework of Bilateral and Multilateral
Agreements
Wei Lu
EPFL
2
Regulatory Governance in the water industry: The effects of the financial crisis on the
political economy of the water sector in Germany, Italy and Russia
Alberto Wackerbauer Asquer
University of Cagliari
3
Flaw in the Governance of the Telecommunications Sector?
Wolster Lemstra
Delft University of Technology
4
Postal markets and electronic substitution: What is the impact of convergence on
regulatory practices and institutions
Martin Maegli, Christian Jaag
EPFL
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Session 7
Saturday 19th 9:00- 10:45
Effective Banking Regulation
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
7A
1
The relationship between capital requirements and bank behavior: A revision in the light
of Basel II
José Filipe Abreu, Mohamed Azzim
Bank of Portugal
Gulamhussen
2
Financial Stability and the Institutional Setup of Banking Regulatory Agencies: Is
Autonomy Consequential?
Jacint Jordana, Guillermo Rosas
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Washington
University, St. Louis
3
Another Race to the Bottom? Venue Shopping for Regulators in the American Financial
System
Colin Provost
University College London
4
Implementing Macro-prudential Regulation: Principles-Based or Rule-Based?
Andromachi Georgosouli
University of Leicester
Regulating the New Media
Stream: The Governance of Risk and Technology
Regulation
Room:
7B
1
Journeyman to five-tool player: co-regulation and audiovisual media in the UK
Daithí Mac Síthigh
University of East Anglia
2
Internet Law and Governance: Co-Regulation as a Constitutional Solution?
Chris Marsden
University of Essex
3
Balancing regulatory effectiveness and legitimacy? An examination of internet filtering in
the United Kingdom
TJ McIntyre
University College Dublin
Regulating Law
Stream: Regulation, Law and Society
Room:
7C
1
Regulation of Privatized Prison Facilities: On the Force of Ideational, Constitutional and
Functional Limits of Regulation
Margit Cohn
Hebrew University of Jerusalaem
2
The Constitutionality of Privatized Prisons
Guy Seidman, Sommer Hillel
Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya
3
The Europeanisation of LGBT Rights in the UK: A Discursive Survey of European
Convention on Human Rights and Court of Justice of the European Communities Case Law
Enver Ethemer
Brunel University
4
The Concept of Regulation in Administrative and Economic Law in Continental Europe,
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the UK and the USA and the Emergence of the Course «Regulatory Law» - a comparative
overview
Tatjana Jovanic
University of Belgrade
Regulatory Institutions, Processes and Accountability
Stream: Politics of Regulation
Room:
7D
1
The Royal Commission into the 2009 Victorian Bushfires: A Lens into Regulatory Failure
Graeme Hodge, Arie Freiburg
Monash University
2
Regulatory Autonomy in the European Postal Sector
Sandra Eckert
University Osnabrück
3
Coordination, coordination, coordination…and its regulation. How the Lisbon Strategy
affects EU law.
Stijn Smismans
Cardiff Law School
4
Delegation to Independent Competition Authorities: Explaining Variation in Formal
Political Accountability
Christina Koop
European University Institute
Regulating Healthcare
Stream: Social Regulation
Room:
7E
1
Effects of performance measurement in Dutch hospital care
Emiel Kerpershoek
Delft University of Technology
2
Measuring the effects of regulatory interventions on the quality of health services
Eric Koornneef
Trinity College Dublin
3
Independent regulatory agency: Inadequate institutional design/configuration or
ineffective external control?
Maria Antonieta Almeida Pimenta
Universidade Federal do Rio de
4
Healthy Choices: Regulatory Governance and Processing Modes of Health Decisions
Orly Lobel, On Amir
University of San Diego
The Role of Scientific Evidence in Food Safety Policy: Challenges
and Limits
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
7F
Room:
1
EU GM Food Regulation: Lessons from a severe case of the Emperor's new clothes
Shane H. Morris, Ewen Mullins, Charles Spillane University College Cork, Teagasc Crops Research
Centre, National University of Ireland
2
Reflexive Governance and the Regulation of Beef Imports to the EU
James Lawless
University College Dublin
3
Law and Governance in European Food Safety Regulation - The Case of GM Food
Maria Weimer
European University Institute
4
A Standard of Review in Food Safety Related International Trade Disputes. Some New
Developments
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Polish Academy of Science
Lukasz Gruszczynski
5
The European Food Safety Authority at the judicial gate. Some reflections upon the
judicial review of EFSA scientific opinions by European Courts
Alberto Alemanno
HEC Paris
Regulating for Sustainable Development in the Global South
Stream: Regulation and the Global South
Room:
7G
1
Regulating for sustainable development: an evaluation of electricity regulators in India
Gopal Krishna Sarangi
TERI University
2
How can low-income countries gain from a climate negotiation Framework Agreement?
Nicola Cantore, Leo Peskett, Dirk Willem te
International Development Institute
Velde
3
Responding to the Multiple Crises: Adequacy and Appropriateness of the New Water
Regulatory Systems in the South Asia
Sachin Warghade, Subhod M. Wagle
Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Balancing regulation and competition policy
Stream: Regulation and the Limits of Competition
Room:
7H
1
Competition Policy and Regulation in Turkey: Friends or Foes
Fuat Oğuz
Başkent University
2
Rights and Competition Policy: Theorising the practice of the Australian regulator
Vijaya Nagarajan
Macquarie University
3
The Prominence of Takeovers in the Evolution of the Electricity Sector in England: the
Weight of State Activism and of Institutions
Michel Goyer, Rocio Valdivielso de Real
Warwick Business School; Centre for
Globalisation and Regionalisation, Warwick
University
4
Joined-Up Regulatory and Competition Policy using the Case of the Bundling of
Communications Services
Pat Kenny
Commission for Communications
Regulating Water
Stream: Regulating Network Industries
Room:
7J
1
The value of water: is the concept useful for policy making?
Vania Paccagnia
Environment Agency
2
Implementing privatisation and liberalisation reforms through mutual adjustments
between levels of government: the case of the implementation of the water reform in
Italy (1994-2006)
Alberto Asquer
University of Cagliari
3
Decisional rounds and local modes of governance in Italian water management reform
Chiara Carrozza
University of Turin
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Session 8
Saturday 19th 11:15- 13:00
Case Studies in Banking and Securities Regulation
Stream: Regulation and the Financial Crisis
Room:
8A
1
Big banks in small states: organizing financial markets in the global era. A study of
regulation, risk‐ rating and monitoring of the crisis in the Baltics.
Matilda Dahl
Stockholm Centre for Organisational Research
2
Beyond Legal Origins? A Case Study of Consumer Over-indebtedness Regulation in the UK
and France
Iain Ramsay
University of Kent
3
When Life Hands you a Lemon... Shifting Paradigms in Consumer Credit Regulation and
the Accelerated Rise of the Principle of Responsible Lending after the Financial Crisis
Joseph Spooner
Law Reform Commission
Regulatory Solutions to Privatised State Security
Stream: Regulation, Law and Society
Room:
8C
1
The social construction of a multi-level regulation around private security companies : the
control of an inherently governmental function without the government ?
Cyril Magnon- Pujo
Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
2
Business or Monopoly: Regulatory Models in the Security Sector
Adam White
University of Sheffield
3
Corporate Torture in the ‘War on Terrorism’: Regulating in the ‘Gap’ between Security
and Rights
Fiona De Londras
University College Dublin
Complex Patterns of Interaction: Public and Private Actors in
Food Regulation
Stream: Regulating Food Safety and Quality
8F
Room:
1
Revising Meta-governance: Comparing the Impact of State Intervention on Network
Structures in the Danish and Swedish Organic Food -industry
Yonatan Schvartzman
University of Aarhus
2
Waiting for the State? The Success and Failure of Traffic Light Food Labelling in Germany
and Great Britain
Frank Janning
University of Hamburg
3
Differential Empowerment for Regulatory Change – How transnational forces shape
private and public forms of food safety regulation in Eastern Europe
Julia Langbein, Laszlo Bruszt
European University Institute
4
Meta-governance of quality systems. A case study on safeguarding the quality of Dutch
eggs
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Haiko van der Voort
TU Delft
Reconciling State Activity and Competitive Markets
Stream: Regulation and the Limits of Competition
Room:
1
State Aid as a response to Crisis
Adithya Vidyasagar
Gujarat National Law University
2
EU Fiscal State Aid and Tax Policy
Nicolas Miguel
Paris Descartes University
8H
3
State Aid as a response to the global economic crisis?
Ratislava Funta
Charles University Prague
4
When Regulation Helps but it does not Cure: The role of Social Policy on Broadband
Performance
Jose Maria Castellano
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Regulating Energy
Stream: Regulating Network Industries
Room:
8J
1
The Role of Private Governance in the Internal Energy Market
Burkard Eberlein, Sandra Eckert
University Osnabrück
2
The Legal, the Physical, and the Mathematical Capacity of a Gas Pipeline Network
Martin Grötschel, Zuse Institute Berlin
Zuse Institute Berlin, E.ON Gas Transport GmbH,
Thorsten Koch, Klaus Spreckelsen, Peter
Bundesnetzagentur
Stratmann
3
A Systemic Approach to Establishing Regulatory Oversight
Anshuman Saxena, Alain Wegmann
Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne
4
ACER and regulating sustainable energy innovation; a legal perspective
Michiel Heldeweg
University of Twente
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Programme Reference Map
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
Regulation and the
Financial Crisis
The Governance of Risk and
Technology Regulation
Regulating for
Sustainability
Politics of Regulation
Regulatory Networks
Regulating Food Safety
and Quality
Regulation and the Global
South
Non-State Regulation and
Meta- Regulation
Regulatory Capacity and
Instruments
Theories of Regulation
1
Global Financial
Regulation
Risk Regulation &
Governance: Exploring
Emerging Regulatory Trends
in the oversight of New
Technologies I
Regulating for
Sustainability at
International Level
Reorienting Food
Governance: Response
to Crises
Reconceptualising
Regulation and the Global
South
The Public and the Private in
Regulation
Reconceptualising
Regulatory Capacity
Conceptual and theoretical
analysis of regulation I
2
Implementation of
Neoliberal Policies
Risk, Regulation &
Governance: Exploring
Emerging Regulatory Trends
in the oversight of New
Technologies II
Sub-national Actors and
Sustainability
New Directions in the
Study of Regulatory
Administration:
Regulatory Networks and
Autonomy I: autonomy of
regulators and
insitututional dynamics
New directions in the
study of regulatory
administration: regulatory
networks and autonomy
II: autonomy of regulators
in networks
Regulatory Networks in
the EU
Changing Patterns of
Food Safety Regulation
in the EU and China:
Comparative
Perspectives on MultiLevel Governance
The Politics of Regulatory
Institutions in the Global
South
The Rise and Fall of Private
Regulation of Financial
Markets
Reconceptualising
Regulatory Capacity II
Conceptual and theoretical
analysis of regulation II
3
Dealing with
Stakeholders
Regulating Converging
Technologies: Developing a
Normative Framework
Re-inventing Climate
Change Regulation and
the Challenge of Climate
Justice
Transnational Regulatory
Networks
Private Food
Governance: Problems
of Legitimacy,
Accountability and
Effectiveness
Regulating Argentina
Certification and Regulation
Promoting Regulatory
Compliance
State and Market in the
design of Regulation
4
Corporate Governance
& Enforcement
Governing nanotechnologies:
from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation I
Designing Sustainable
Regulation
Horizontal Regulatory
Cooperation: When states
agree on how to regulate
Global Food Safety and
Quality Governance: The
Impact of Global Food
Governance in
Developing Countries
Steering Non-State and
Hybrid Regulatory Regimes
Harnessing Non- State
Capacity
5
Governing Irish
Companies
Governing nanotechnologies:
from risk regulation to the
governance of innovation II
Regulating for
Sustainability by
Integration
State structures and
public sector organization
I: national diversity
Social Regulation
Investigating Private
Food Standards and
Quality Governance:
Case Studies
Agency in Non- State
Regulation
Accounting for New
Regulatory Approaches and
Regulatory Performance
Regulating Network
Industries
Regulatory Governance in
Network Industries I
Quality of Regulation
Regulatory Governance in
Network Industries II
New Directions in the
study of regulatory
administration:
Regulatory Networks and
Autonomy III: European
Networks and Regulatory
Actors
Regulation and Diffusion
Regulatory
Responsibilisation
6
EU Regulatory
Responses to Crises
Multilevel Environmental
Governance and
Nanotechnology
Regulation, Law and
Society
Regulation, Rights, and
Review
State structures and
public sector organization
II: national diversity
Context and Regulatory
Design
7
Effective Banking
Regulation
Regulating the New Media
Regulating Law
Regulatory Institutions,
Processes and
Accountability
Regulating Healthcare
8
Case Studies in Banking
and Securities
Regulation
Regulatory Solutions to
Privatised State Security
The Politics of Financial
Regulation in Emerging
Markets
Changing Institutional
Patterns in Africa
The Role of Scientific
Evidence in Food Safety
Policy: Challenges and
Limits
Complex Patterns of
Interaction: Public and
Private Actors in Food
Regulation
Regulating for Sustainable
Development in the Global
South
Regulation and the Limits
of Competition
Regulating Water
Balancing Regulation and
Competition Policy
Reconciling State Activity
and Competitive Markets
Regulating Energy