PART 1: Introduction
2. The Rise of Regulatory GovernancePART 2: Regulatory Theory, Concepts and Constructs 3. Theories of Regulation 4. Regulatory Space and Regulatory Regimes 5. Policy Processes and the Regulatory Policy Cycle 6. Bad, Better and Legitimate Regulation PART 3: Regulatory Design and Practice 7. Define: Agenda-Setting, Issue Diagnosis and Objective Setting 8.: Design: Regime Variables; Option Generation 9. Decide: Regime Assessment and Selection 10. Implement: Regime Deployment, Application and Execution 11. Evaluate: Assessment of Regulatory Policy and Regime PART 4: Conclusion 12. The Future of Regulatory Governance 13. Conclusion
Eric L. Windholz is a Senior Lecturer and Research Associate with the Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies., Monash University, Australia.