Call for Panels
This call is open to anyone wishing to propose a complete Panel with Papers, and those wanting to propose individual Papers to a particular Section. Panels provisionally proposed as part of accepted Sections must also be submitted through this procedure. Panels should include 3–5 Papers.
|"Advancing the Discussion on Bureaucratic Reputation"||Thibauld Deruelleemail@example.com|
|"The politics of regulatory intermediaries"||David Levi-Faurfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|"The politics and regulation of technology"||David Levi-Fauremail@example.com|
|“Corporate Reputation and Regulatory Governance”||Judtih van Erp and Colin Provostfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|"Regulatory Governance in Authoritarian Contexts"||Eva Thomann and Catherine Owen||C.A.M.Owen@exeter.ac.uk|
|"Implementing regulatory governance"||Kim Loyens, Nadine Raaphorst, Eva Thomann and Esther Versluis.||K.M.Loyens@uu.nl|
|“Regulating markets via tax governance”||Aanor Rolandemail@example.com|
|“Strengthening the Nexus between EU Legislation and its Enforcement”||Michael Hubnerfirstname.lastname@example.org>|
"Varieties of Pressure on Regulatory Governance"
"Regulatory oversight bodies: towards a new (meta-regulatory) research agenda"
|Jonathan Kamkhaji and Oliver Fritsch||Oliver.Fritsch@murdoch.edu.au|