CARR has published a ten year anniversary edition of Risk&Regulation. As well as reflecting on CARR's achievements over the past decade, this edition of the magazine contains articles from both CARR and guest researchers exploring issues such as:
New risks of regulatory capitalism
Corporate risk appetite and tolerability: observations from organization theory
Risk and regulation: one size doesn't fit all
Risk, regulation, and the UK Civil Aviation Authority
Is it possible to create fewer rules?
A PDF of the latest issue of Risk&Regulation is available for download here.
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The ESRC Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR) is an interdisciplinary research centre at LSE. Our core intellectual work focuses on the organizational and institutional settings for risk management and regulatory practices.
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