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Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Editorial
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Capacity in regulation
Alex Griffiths and Meghan Leaver - Predicting inspection outcomes using ‘patient voice’
Bridget Hutter and Sally Lloyd-Bostock - Regulatory crisis
Irina Brass, Leonie Tanczer, Madeline Carr and Jason Blackstock - Regulating IoT: enabling or disabling the capacity of the Internet of Things?
Michael Haba - Black swan in the Cloud
Jacob Reilley and Tobias Scheytt - Governing through quantification: developing a calculative infrastructure for controlling quality in German hospitals
Lydie Cabane and Martin Lodge - EU to the rescue no more?
Filippo Cavassini, Martin Lodge and Faisal Naru - Giving behavioural insights a nudge
Suzanne McCarthy - Regulating political advertising in the UK– truth or consequences?
Rebecca Elliott - Conflicted calculation: emotion and natural hazard risk
Martin Lodge, Chris van Stolk, Daniel Schweppenstedde and Julia Batistella-Machado - Regulating infrastructures in the tropics Debates about regulatory governance of logistics infrastructure need a focus on regulatory capacity
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken -Regulating Security
Robert Rizzi and Charles E. Borden - Security clearances and the regulation of national and domestic security personnel
Lavinia Cadar and Maureen Donnelley - Building transboundary crisis management capacities in Europe
Jeremy Brice - Blissful Ignorance? Risk management and knowledge of food supply chains
Hanan Haber and Eva Heims - Regulating for and with the masses: A new era of regulation?
Filippo Cavassini, Faisal Naru and Bill Below - Are regulators the new Men in Black?
Martin Lodge - Regulating in the dark: oversight over intelligence services
Michael Power - The artefacts of risk management
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Engaging regulation
Mathias Koenig-Archibugi and Kate Macdonald -Does it matter if beneficiaries participate in transnational non-state regulation?
Quantification, Administrative Capacity and Democracy (QUAD)
Tommaso Palermo, Daniel Martinez and Dane Pflueger - Out of the shadows
Rasheed Saleuddin - Can regulation build a better market for securitized bank loans without risking taxpayer bailouts? Not if banks are the only buyers
Yaiza Cabedo - OTC regulatory reform: risks of the clearing obligation from a competition perspective
Alex Griffiths - Predicting quality failures in higher education
Annetje Ottow - The LITER good agency principles
Lydie Cabane - States of crisis
Björn Christian - The refugee crisis and the limits of administration
Andrea Mennicken and Martin Lodge - Quantification, Administrative Capacity and Democracy
Matthew Hall - Quantifying social value
Afshin Mehrpouya and Rita Samiolo - Regulating by ranking? The access to medicine index and the ‘will to perform’
Andrea Mennicken - Accounting for values in prison privatization
Thomas Angeletti - What’s a financial scandal?
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Value for money in regulation?
Robert Hunter - Illusions of safety
Eva Heims and Martin Lodge - Consumers on tap?
Robert Rizzi, Charles Borden and Daniel Holman - Ethics regulation of government contractors
Slobodan Tomic - Regulation in transition: agency transparency in Serbia and Macedonia
Martin Lodge and Nick Sitter - Backsliding as new transboundary crisis for the European Union
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Regulation for sustainability
Linda Hancock - Running on empty
Antoine de Raymond - Aligning competing risks? The UK Global Food Security programme
Bruno Queiroz Cunha - Risking reason or taming technocracy? Counter-movements and regulation in the global south
Will Jennings - Olympic-style mega-events reach new frontiers - at a cost
Arjen Boin and Martin Lodge - Introducing TransCrisis
Julien Etienne - Can safe spaces contribute to business regulation?
Julia Black and Martin Lodge - Encouraging regulatory conversations
Roger King - Regulating the risk university
Ed Humpherson - The UK Statistics Authority: voice, brand and behaviour
Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - EditorialMartin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken - Regulation in CrisisCarl Macrae - Close Calls: The invisible work of risk managementJonathan Boston - Enhancing policy farsightednessRobert Charnock - Money matters with climate changeMartin Lodge and Jon Stern - On crossed wires? Utility regulation in the limelightMartin Lodge and Kai Wegrich - Advancing Governance Innovation - the importance of administrative capacity Kira Matus - Existential risk: challenges for risk regulationJulia Morley -The business of being good: a new language of social organizationsMike Power - The everyday life of risk management
Martha Poon - Editorial
Kristian Kreiger and David Demeritt - Who Pays When Homes Flood
Anastasia Nesvetailova -The Evolution of Nowhere Banking
Matthias Thiemann - When the Sleep of Regulation Produces Monsters
Elie Ayache - Writing Options on Futures
Taylor Spears - Fighting Over Financial Models
Vassily Pigounides - The UK's Sky High Holiday Prices
Sophie Vermeille and Frank-Adrien Papon - Turning Around French Bankruptcies
Marielle Smith - Putting Tobacco in Plain Packages
Andrea Mennicken - Focus Group: The World of Social Numbers
Mike Power - CARR: The First 15 Years
Janet Roitman - Anti-Crisis
Benjamin Lemoine - DSK Central Bank
Natasha Dow Schull - Reeling in Gambling Revenue
Claire Loussouarn - Spread Betting
Sabrine Montagne - Our Trust in Pension Funds
Helaine Olen - Do-It-Yourself Retirement
Kim Soin and Christian Huber - Financial Scandal
Michael Power, Simon Ashby and Tommaso Palermo - Risk Culture in Financial Organisations
Mike Power - Editorial
Annelise Riles - Managing Regulatory Arbitrage
Jonathan Metzl and Kenneth MacLeish - Triggering the Debate
Samer Abdulnour - Is Sexual Violence Being Efficiently Addressed in Global Conflict Zones?
Henry Rothstein - Exploring National Cultures of Risk Governance
Julien Etienne - Responsive Regulation
Christel Koop and Martin Lodge - Towards House-Trained Regulators
David Schleifer - Ask Not What Product Labelling Can Do for You
Xaq Frohlich - What's the Beef with Horsemeat
Special Issue on Close Calls July 2010
Special Issue on Financial Crisis December 2010
Anniversary Issue Autumn 2010
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