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Regulatory Delivery

By: Graham Russell, Christopher Hodges
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Published: 17-10-2019
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 504
ISBN: 9781509918607
Imprint: Hart/Beck
Series: Civil Justice Systems
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About Regulatory Delivery

This ground-breaking book addresses the challenge of regulatory delivery, defined as the way that regulatory agencies operate in practice to achieve the intended outcomes of regulation.

Regulatory reform is moving beyond the design of regulation to address what good regulatory delivery looks like. The challenge in practice is to operate a regulatory regime that is both appropriate and effective. Questions of how regulations are received and applied by those whose behaviour they seek to control, and the way they are enforced, are vital in securing desired regulatory outcomes.

This book, written by and for practitioners of regulatory delivery, explains the Regulatory Delivery Model, developed by Graham Russell and his team at the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The model sets out a framework to steer improvements to regulatory delivery, comprising three prerequisites for regulatory agencies to be able to operate effectively (Governance Frameworks, Accountability and Culture) and three practices for regulatory agencies to be able to deliver societal outcomes (Outcome Measurement, Risk-based Prioritisation and Intervention Choices). These elements are explored by an international group of experts in regulatory delivery reform, with case studies from around the world.

Regulatory Delivery is the first product of members of the International Network for Delivery of Regulation.

Table Of Contents

Graham Russell
1. The Rationale for Regulatory Delivery
Graham Russell and Christopher Hodges
2. The Regulatory Delivery Model
Graham Russell

Prerequisites: Governance Frameworks
3. Governance Frameworks
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
4. The Delegated Administrative Authority Model, a Radical Alternative Governance Framework from Ontario, Canada
Srikanth Mangalam
5. Code-based Approaches, the Use of Codes to Change the Behaviour of Regulators in the UK
Helen Kirkman and Paul Sanderson
6. Transparency Approaches, Changing the Role of Supervisory Institutions in Lithuania
Giedrius Kadziauskas
Prerequisites: Accountability
7. Accountability
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
8. Better Business for All, an Approach to Building Local Capability for Collaboration and Accountability
Martin Traynor and Kathryn Preece
9. Primary Authority as a Mechanism for Strengthening Regulator Consistency and Accountability
Duncan Johnson
Prerequisites: Culture
10. Culture
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
11. Cooperative Approaches: The Work of the Inspection Council in the Netherlands
Rob Velders
12. Culture as a Transformation Tool, the Experience of the Environment Protection Authority in Victoria, Australia
Chris Webb
Practices: Outcome Measurement
13. Outcome Measurement
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
14. The Impacts and Outcomes Toolkit, Getting to the Outcomes of Regulatory Services
Christian van Stolk and Tom Ling
15. The Impact of Inspections, Measuring Outcomes from Occupational Safety and Health Inspections
Florentin Blanc and Giuliana Cola
Practices: Risk-based Prioritisation
16. Risk-based Prioritisation
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
17. Effective Environmental Regulation, the Use of Risk-based Permitting, Compliance Approaches and Associated Charging Schemes
Paul Leinster and Simon Pollard
18. The Find-IT Tool, an Approach to Evidence-Led Targeted Interventions
David Snowball, Joseph Januszewski, Mike Calcutt, Michael Bone and Phil Preece
19. Regulating Quality Outputs, an Approach Based on Provision of Data to Drive Behaviour
Marcus Rink
Practices: Intervention Choices
20. Intervention Choices
Graham Russell and Helen Kirkman
21. Consumer Empowerment, Providing Information from Food Inspections in Ways that Enable Consumer Behaviour
Erica Sheward and Mariam Shkubuliani
22. Ethical Business Regulation, a New Understanding of the Power of Trust-Based Relationships
Christopher Hodges and Ruth Steinholtz
23. Standards-based Regulation, the Role of Standards and Accreditation in Regulatory Delivery 9
Scott Steedman, Matt Gantley and Richard Sanders

24. Regulatory Delivery in Brazil: Past and Future
Marcelo Pacheco dos Guaranys
25. Lessons from Creating a Consolidated Inspection Agency in Mongolia
Jigjidmaa Dugeree, Giuliana Cola, Florentin Blanc and Giuseppa Ottimofi ore
26. Harmonising Delivery at National and Local Levels in the Philippines
Ariel Francisco Faraon and Nestor Ian Favila Fiedalan

27. Reflections on Regulatory Delivery: Evolution and Future
Christopher Hodges


“The book is a must-read for regulators at all levels of government. For regulatory practitioners working at the frontlines, the chapters on regulatory practices will likely be of most interest. For those working in managerial positions in regulatory agencies, the chapters on prerequisites will likely have the most insights. Yet, as the authors of the Regulatory Delivery Model explain (in exceptionally clear language) all these aspects impact each other. Contrary to some of the other books that I have discussed on this blog, Regulatory Delivery provides regulators with an easy heuristic to work with.” –  New Zealand Government Regulatory Practice Initiative

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