The Observatory on Regulatory Impact Analysis launches a new initiative that will highlight best recent publications on topics related to better regulation and independent regulatory authorities on a regular basis. The Bulletin will cover three disciplines: Law, Economics and Political Science.
International scholars working on these topics are encouraged to notify the Observatory of their recent publications by sending a message to literature[at]osservatorioair.it.
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The first Bulletin reports the following Political Science publications:
Accountability of Regulatory Authorities
- A.C. Bianculli, X. Fernandez-i-Marin, and J. Jordana eds. 2014. Accountability and Regulatory Governance: Audiences, Controls and Responsibilities in the Politics of Regulation. Palgrave MacMillan.
- C. Scott. 2014. Independent Regulators. In Handbook of Public Accountability edited by M. Bovens, R. E. Goodin and T. Schillemans. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
- C. Koop. 2014. Theorizing and explaining voluntary accountability. Public Administration, 92(3): 565-581.
- M. Puppis, M. Maggetti, F. Gilardi, J. Biela and Y. Papadopoulos. 2014. The Political Communication of Independent Regulatory Agencies. Swiss Political Science Review, 20(3): 388-412.
Networking of Regulatory Authorities
- D. Bach and A. Newman. 2014. Domestic drivers of transgovernmental regulatory cooperation, Regulation & Governance, 8(4): 395-417.
- M. Blauberger and B. Rittberger. 2014. Conceptualizing and theorizing EU regulatory networks. Regulation & Governance, Forthcoming.
- M. Maggetti and F. Gilardi. 2014. Network governance and the domestic adoption of soft rules. European Journal of Public Policy, 21(9): 1293-1310.
Delegation and Control of Regulatory Authorities
- S. Balla. 2014. Political control, bureaucratic discretion and public commenting on agency regulations. Public Administration, Forthcoming.
- L. Ennser-Jedenastik. 2014. Credibility versus Control: Agency independence and Partisan Influence in the Regulatory State. Comparative Political Studies, Forthcoming.
- L. Ennser-Jedenastik. 2014. Do parties matter in delegation? Partisan preferences and the creation of regulatory agencies in Europe. Regulation & Governance, Forthcoming.
- M. Maggetti and K. Verhoest eds. 2014. Special Issue: New Perspective on Bureaucratic Autonomy. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 80(2): 239-381.
- S. Lavertu. 2014. Public attention and the delegation of authority to the United States executive branch. Regulation & Governance, Forthcoming.
- S. Lavertu and S.W. Yackee. 2014. Regulatory Delay and Rulemaking Deadlines. Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory, 24(1): 185-207.
- A. Binderkrantz, P. Christiansen and H. Pedersen. 2014. A Privileged Position? The Influence of Business Interests in Government Consultations. Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory, 24(4): 879-896.
- F. De Francesco. 2015. Transfer agents, knowledge authority and indices of regulatory quality, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Forthcoming.
- G. De Jong e A. van Witteloostujn. 2015. Regutory red tape and private firm performance, Public Administration, Forthcoming.
- M.L.F. Jakobsen and P.B. Mortensen. 2015. How Politics Shapes the Growth of Rules, Governance, Forthcoming.
- M. Egeberg, J. Trondal and N. Vestlund. 2015. The quest for order: unravelling the relationship between the European Commission and European Union agencies. Journal of European Public Policy, Forthcoming.
(Fabrizio Di Mascio)