Discussion papers

About the series

Discussion Papers are often the first version of a paper, which will later be published in refereed journals etc. They provide an avenue for the emerging work of CARR staff, associates, visitors or invited speakers and are usually written at the closing stages of a piece of research. However, CARR has a strict policy of not publishing papers that will be appearing in an identical manner as articles in other publications.

Submissions

Authors are welcome to submit to the series. An initial email outlining the proposed paper should be sent to risk@lse.ac.uk|. It will be forwarded to the CARR management committee for consideration.

Published papers

Electronic copies of published papers are available below as PDF files.  If you would like to order one or more hardcopies, please contact us|.
 
DP 74 The innovative use of spectrum floors in the UK 4G auction to promote mobile competition| Geoffrey Myers
November 2013
ISSN 2049-2718
DP 73 Matthias Benzer
|January 2013
ISSN 2049-2718
DP 72
Martin Lodge| and Kai Wegrich
|November 2012
ISSN 2049-2718
DP 71 Mega-Events and Risk Colonisation: Risk Management and the Olympics| Will Jennings
|March 2012
ISSN 2049-2718
DP 70 How Firms Translate Regulatory Messages|  Sharon Gilad
March 2012
ISSN 2049-2718
DP 69 The Risk University: Risk identification at higher education institutions in England
|
Michael Huber
|July 2011
ISBN 978 0 85328 434 5
DP 68 Quality of Life and Risk Conceptions in UK Healthcare Regulation: Towards a critical analysis | Matthias Benzer
March 2011
ISBN 978 0 85328 433 8
DP 67 The Failure of a Failure Regime: From Insolvency to De-Authorisation for NHS Foundation Trusts| Peter Miller| and Liisa Kurunmäki
|March 2011
ISBN 978 0 85328 435 2
DP 66
Julien Etienne
|September 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 432 1
DP 65 Analyzing Public Management Policy Cycles in the European Commission: Oversight of Budget Control and the Integrated Internal Control Framework| Michael Barzelay|, Roger Levy and Antonio Martin Porras Gomez
August 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 439 0
DP 64 Enlisting Commitment to Internal Compliance via Reframing and Delegation| Sharon Gilad
June 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 431 4
DP 63 A Curious Reconstruction? The Shaping of 'Marketized' Forensic Science| Chris Lawless
May 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 430 7
DP 62 The Libertarian Origins of Cybercrime: Unintended Side-Effects of a Political Utopia|
 
Jeanette Hofmann
April 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 404 8
DP 61 Anatomy of a Disaster: Why Some Accidents Are Unavoidable| John Downer|
March 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 403 1
DP 60 Silence of Evidence in the Case of Pandemic Influenza Risk Assessment| Erika Mansnerus
February 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 402 4
DP 59 The Impact of Regulatory Policy on Individual Behaviour: A Goal Framing Theory Approach| Julien Etienne|
January 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 401 7
DP 58 The Many Meanings of 'Standard': the Politics of the International Standard for Food Risk Analysis| David Demortain
January 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 400 0
DP 57 Rights as Risk: Managing Human Rights and Risk in the UK Prison Sector| Noel Whitty
January 2010
ISBN 978 0 85328 399 7
DP 56 Modelled Encounters with Public Health Risks: How Do We Predict the 'Unpredictable'?| Erika Mansnerus
November 2009
ISBN 978 0 85328 398 0
DP 55

 

Tools of Security Risk Management for the London 2012 Olympic Games and FIFA 2006 World Cup in Germany| Will Jennings and Martin Lodge
November 2009
ISBN 978 0 85328 397 3
DP 54 Watching the Watchmaker: On Regulating the Social in Lieu of the Technical| John Downer|
June 2009
ISBN 978 0 85328 396 6
DP 53 When Failure is an Option: Redundancy, reliability and regulation in complex technical systems| John Downer|
May 2009
ISBN 978 0 85328 395 9
DP 52 The Administrative Burden Reduction Policy Boom in Europe: Comparing mechanisms of policy diffusion| Kai Wegrich
March 2009
ISBN 978 0 85328 144 3
DP 51 Transnational Institution Building as Public-Private Interaction - The Case of Standard Setting on the Internet and in Corporate Financial Reporting| Sebastian Botzem and Jeanette Hofmann
December 2008
ISBN 978 0 85328 143 6
DP 50 Institutional Polymorphism: The Designing of the European Food Safety Authority with regard to the European Medicines Agency| David Demortain
April 2008
ISBN 978 0 85328 142 9
DP 49

 

Gammelfleisch Everywhere? Public Debate, Variety of Worldviews and Regulatory Change| Martin Lodge, Kai Wegrich and Gail McElroy
January 2008
ISBN 978 0 85328 141 2
DP 48

 
Building a Boundary Object: The Evolution of Financial Risk Management| Yuval Millo and Donald Mackenzie
December 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 140 5
DP 47
 
Analyzing Near-Miss Events: Risk Management in Incident Reporting and Investigation Systems| Carl Macrae
December 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 139 9
DP 46 Fishermen and Forecasts: How Barometers Helped Make the Meteorological Department Safer in Victorian Britain| Sarah Dry
October 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 138 2
DP 45
 
Standardising Through Concepts: Scientific Experts and the International Development of the HACCP Food Safety Standard| David Demortain
August 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 070 5
DP 44 From Green Fields to Green Felt Tables and Back: the Origin of Index-Based Derivatives| Yuval Millo
May 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 069 9
DP 43 Interrogating the Unknown: Risk Analysis and Sensemaking in Airline Safety Oversight.| Carl Macrae
May 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 068 2
DP 42

 

Fighting Fires in Testing Times: Exploring a Staged Response Hypothesis for Blame Management in Two Exam Fiasco Cases| Christopher Hood, Will Jennings and Brian Hogwood, with Craig Beeston
July 2007
ISBN 978 0 85328 067 5
DP 41

Business Risk Management Practices: The Influence of State Regulatory Agencies and Non-State Sources|

Bridget M Hutter| and Clive J Jones
June 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1972 8
DP 40

Accounting, Hybrids and the Management of Risk|

Peter Miller, Liisa Kurunmäki and Ted O'Leary
December 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1695 5

DP 39

 

At No Serious Risk? Border Control and Asylum Policy in Britain, 1994-2004| Will Jennings
May 2007
ISBN 0 7530 1964 7
DP 38

Analysing the Higher Education Regulatory State|

Roger King
December 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1963 9
DP 37 The Role of Non-State Actors in Regulation| Bridget M. Hutter|
May 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1939 6
DP 36

Translation and Standardization: Audit World-Building in Post-Soviet Russia|

Andrea Mennicken
December 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1938 8

DP 35 Enterprise risk management in action| Anette Mikes
August 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1934 5
DP34 Government by Elicitation: Engaging the Stakeholders or Listening to the Idiots?| Javier Lezaun and Linda Soneryd
May 2006
ISBN 0 7530 1933 7
DP 33 The Attractions of Risk-based Regulation: accounting for the emergence of risk ideas in regulation| Bridget M. Hutter|
March 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1860 8

DP 32

Is the Market Classification of Risk Always Efficient? Evidence from German Third Party Motor Insurance| Reimund Schwarze and Thomas Wein
February 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1859 4
DP 31 Modernisation, Partnerships and the Management of Risk| Liisa Kurunmäki and Peter Miller
November 2004
ISBN 1 7530 1798 9

DP 30

Regulatory Experiments: Putting GM Crops and Financial Markets on Trial| Javier Lezaun and Yuval Millo
February 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1797 0
DP 29 From Risks to Second-order Dangers in Financial Markets: unintended consequences of risk management systems| Boris Holzer and Yuval Millo
November 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1796 2
DP 28 Decentralisation of Economic Law - An Oxymoron| Myriam Senn
March 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1795 4
DP 27 Digital Technologies and the Duality of Risk| Claudio Ciborra 
October 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1794 6
DP 26 Business Regulation: reviewing the regulatory potential of civil society organisations| Bridget M Hutter|, Joan O'Mahony
September 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1799 7
DP 25 Learning and interest accommodation in policy and institutional change: EC risk regulation in the pharmaceuticals sector|
Jürgen Feick
January 2005
ISBN 0 7530 1746 6
DP 24 The Battle for Hearts and Minds? Evolutions in organisational approaches to environmental risk communication| Andy Gouldson, Rolf Lidskog and Misse Wester-Herber
September 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1745 8
DP 23 Creation of a Market Network:
the regulatory approval of Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
|
Yuval Millo
September 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1744 X
DP 22

 

Corporate-NGO Partnerships as a Form of Civil Regulation: lessons from the Energy Biodiversity Initiative| Stephen Tully
June 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1771 7
DP 21 Access to Justice Within the Sustainable Self-Governance Model| Stephen Tully
June 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1743 1
DP 20

 

Justifying Non-Compliance. A Case Study of a Norwegian Biotech Firm| Filippa Corneliussen
May 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1770 9
DP 19 The Impact of Regulations on Firms. A Study of the Biotech Industry| Filippa Corneliussen
May 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1742 3
DP 18 Reforming the UK Flood Insurance Regime.  The Breakdown of a Gentlemen's Agreement| Michael Huber
January 2004
ISBN 0 7530 1655 9
DP 17 Mapping the Contours of Contemporary Financial Services Regulation| Julia Black
October 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1653 2
DP 16 The Invention of Operational Risk| Michael Power
June 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1652 4
DP 15 Precautionary Bans or Sacrificial Lambs?  Participative Risk Regulation and the Reform of the UK Food Safety Regime| Henry Rothstein
June 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1651 6
DP 14 Incentives, Choice and Accountability in the Provision of Public Services| Timothy Besley and Maitreesh Ghatak
June 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1650 8
DP 13 Regulating Parliament: the regulatory state within Westminster|  Robert Kaye 
June 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1622 2
DP 12 Business History and Risk| Terry Gourvish
Comparative and Historical Perspectives on Business Risk and Antitrust in 20th Century America, Japan, Europe and Australia| Tony Freyer
The Risks of Working and the Risks of Not Working: trade unions, employers and responses to the risk of occupational illness in British industry, c.1890-1940s|
Joseph Melling
December 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1621 4
DP 11 The Open Method of Co-ordination and the European Welfare State| Damian Chalmers and Martin Lodge
June 2003
ISBN 0 7530 1620 6
DP 10 Drivers and Drawbacks: regulation and environmental risk management systems| Marius Aalders
December 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1613 3
DP 9 Conceptualising Insurance: risk management under conditions of solvency| Michael Huber
October 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1609 5
DP 8 Social Licence and Environmental Protection: why businesses go beyond compliance| Neil Gunningham, Robert Kagan and Dorothy Thornton
October 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1608 7
DP 7 Neglected Risk Regulation: the institutional attenuation phenomenon| Henry Rothstein
October 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1607 9
DP 6 Mass Media and Political Accountability| Tim Besley, Robin Burgess and Andrea Pratt
October 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1606 0
DP 5 Embedding Regulatory Autonomy: the reform of Jamaican telecommunications regulation 1988-2001| Lindsay Stirton and Martin Lodge
February 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1931 0
DP 4 Critical Reflections on Regulation| Julia Black 
January 2002
ISBN 0 7530 1928 0
DP 3 The New Politics of Risk Regulation in Europe| David Vogel
August 2001
ISBN 0 7530 1546 3
DP 2 The EU Commission and National Governments as Partners: EC regulatory expansion in telecommunications 1979-2000| Mark Thatcher
February 2001
ISBN 0 7530 1461 0
DP 1 Regulating Government in a 'Managerial' Age: towards a cross-national perspective| Christopher Hood and Colin Scott
October 2000
ISBN 0 7530 1430 0
CARR Launch Paper Is Regulation Right?|
Business Risk Management in Government: pitfalls and possibilities
|Risk Management and Business Regulation  |
(This article was first published in the Financial Times Mastering Risk series, 2000 under the title of 'Power and Influence in Risk Regulation').
Robert Baldwin
Christopher Hood and Henry Rothstein
Bridget Hutter and Michael Power
October 2000
ISBN 0 7530 1429 7
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