Category Archives: In English

Research Note. Regulatory Agencies between Legal Independence and Party Politics

Research note on: Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik (2014), Do parties matter in delegation? Partisan preferences and the creation of regulatory agencies in Europe, Regulation & Governance. doi: 10.1111/rego.12072 Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik (2014), Credibility Versus Control: Agency Independence and…

Call for papers on transparent rulemaking and enforcement: selected abstracts

The Observatory has selected nine paper proposals submitted in response to the call “Call for papers Transparent Rulemaking and Enforcement and better regulation”: Transparency in International Rule Making – International Transparency at Work Itai Apter (University…

New Papers from the Regulatory Studies Center

The Regulatory Studies Center at the George Washington University has recently published three working papers on regulatory governance in the USA. The first paper by Susan Dudley examines efforts by the three branches of federal…

Paper. Regulation of Public Infrastructure Services, insights from Behavioural Economics

I paper dell’Osservatorio (ISSN 2280-8698), December 2014, P 3/2014 M. Fernández-Gutiérrez, D. Díaz-Fuentes Improving Regulation of Public Infrastructure Services from the Consumer Perspective: Insights from Behavioural Economics Abstract Due to the intense market-oriented reform introduced during…