Visitors 2002

Aalders, Marius (Prof)
Professor of Environmental Law and Policy, University of Amsterdam. He is currently involved in research into the relationship between administrative law and criminal law enforcement, the function of general care obligations in environmental regulation and the process of negotiation in the application and preparation of environmental permits. He gave a CARR seminar in May 2002 entitled 'Regulation and Co-regulation of Environmental Management in Industry|'.

Contact details: aalders@jur.uva.nl| 

Gunningham, Neil (Prof)
Professor of Law and Director of the Australian Centre of Environmental Law at the Australian National University. His present research is concerned with identifying the contribution that broader, innovative forms of regulation can make to environmental protection. He gave a CARR seminar in May 2002 entitled 'Corporations, Risk Management and the Environment|'.

Contact details: neil.gunningham@anu.edu.au| 

Lidskog, Rolf (Prof)
Professor of Sociology at the University of Örebro in Sweden. He is currently involved in a number of projects concerning socio-political aspects of environmental management and policy-making and is running a project entitled 'Participatory approaches to risk assessment and management' with Andrew Gouldson, CARR and Department of Geography and Environment.

Contact details: rolf.lidskog@sam.oru.se| 

Panozzo, Fabrizio (Prof)
Associate Professor of Pubic Management and Accounting at the Dipartimento di Economia e Direzione Az, Universita' ca' Foscari di Venezia. He is currently scientific co-ordinator of the Euroconference Project 'Financial Reporting and Regulatory Practices in Europe' and gave a CARR seminar in October 2002 entitled 'Technologies With(out) Programmes: exploring the roles of accounting within webs of public management regulation|'

Contact details: f.panozzo@unive.it| 

Spackman, Michael (Mr)
Special Advisor to National Economic Research Associates (NERA).
He gave a CARR seminar in January 2002 entitled 'Evidence Based Versus Value Based Policy: some case studies in UK safety and environmental regulation|'

Contact details: michael.spackman@nera.com| 

Thompson, Fred
Grace & Elmer Goudy Professor of Public Management and Policy Analysis, Atkinson School of Management, Willamette University, Oregon. His research interests include the economics of organisation, budget theory, public sector financial engineering.

Contact details: fthompso@willamette.edu|

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