Not available in 2018/19
LL4AU Half Unit
Regulation: Legal and Political Aspects
This information is for the 2018/19 session.
Dr Veerle Heyvaert
This course is available on the LLM (extended part-time), LLM (full-time), MPA Dual Degree (LSE and Columbia), MPA Dual Degree (LSE and Hertie), MPA Dual Degree (LSE and NUS), MPA Dual Degree (LSE and Sciences Po), MPA Dual Degree (LSE and Tokyo), MPA in International Development, MPA in Public Policy and Management, MPA in Public and Economic Policy, MPA in Public and Social Policy, MPA in Social Impact, MSc in Law and Accounting, MSc in Public Administration and Government (LSE and Peking University), MSc in Public Policy and Administration, Master of Public Administration and University of Pennsylvania Law School LLM Visiting Students. This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.
This course is NOT available for students of the MSc Regulation programme.
This course will be relevant to the following LLM specialisms: Banking Law and Financial Regulation; Corporate and/or Commercial Law; Criminology and Criminal Justice; Information Technology, Media and Communications Law; Intellectual Property Law; Legal Theory; and Public Law.
This course is capped at 30 students. Students must apply through Graduate Course Choice on LSE for You.
Students must have taken Regulation: Strategies and Enforcement (LL4AT) .
The course aims to give students an essential grounding in theories of regulation as these relate to the evaluation of regulatory regimes and the challenges of accounting for regulatory practice. Different ways of understanding regulatory developments will be discussed as will the set of challenges that arise when regulation is carried out by numbers of regulators at different levels of government. Topics dealt with will include: • What is Good Regulation? • Accountability & Regulation • Regulation and Cost Benefit Analysis • The Better Regulation Movement • Self-Regulation • Rules, Standards and Principles • Regulatory Competition • Regulatory Networks • Lenses for Viewing Regulation • The Future of Regulation
20 hours of seminars in the LT. 2 hours of seminars in the ST.
There will be a reading week in week 6.
One 2,000 word essay.
R Baldwin, M Cave and M. Lodge, Understanding Regulation 2nd ed.(OUP, 2012); R. Baldwin, M. Cave and M. Lodge (ed.) Oxford Handbook on Regulation (OUP, 2010) R Baldwin, C Hood & C Scott, Socio-Legal Reader on Regulation (OUP, 1998); Responsive Regulation: Transcending the Deregulation Debate by Ian Ayres and John Braithwaite (OUP, 1992). B. Morgan and K. Yeung (2007,) An Introduction to Law and Regulation (Cambridge University Press, 2007); J. Jordana and D. Levi-Faur (2004/eds), The Politics of Regulation (Edward Elgar, 2004) A Ogus, Regulation (OUP, 1994); R Baldwin, Rules and Government (OUP, 1995); I Ayres & J Braithwaite, Responsive Regulation (OUP, 1992).
Exam (100%, duration: 2 hours, reading time: 15 minutes) in the summer exam period.
Total students 2017/18: 12
Average class size 2017/18: 12
Controlled access 2017/18: Yes
Value: Half Unit
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