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Conference Programme

2021 draft Conference programme

Wednesday 23rd June 2021

Time

Activity

10:30-12:30 British Summer Time (BST)

Social networking activity: Gather.town

12:30-13:00 (BST)

welcome

13.00 – 14:30

keynote speeches Carolyn Tuohy and Sofia Ranchordás

14.30 – 15:00

break

15.00 – 16.30

Panel sessions 1

16.30 – 18:00

Panel sessions 2

18.00 – 19:00

ERC Virtual Reception event: What’s next? An interactive horizon scanning for early career researcher

19:00 – 21:00

Networking social 

Thursday 24th June 2021

Time

Activity

8:00-9:00

Regulatory Studies Award and Keynote Lecture

John Braithwaite - Beyond Realist International Relations Theory in Governance of Global Crises

/ Majone Prize

09:00-10:30

Panel sessions 3

10:30 – 11:00

Break

11:00 – 12:30

Panel sessions 4

13:00-14:00

Meetings

14:00-15:30

Round Tables

15:30-16:00

Break

16:00-17:30

Panel sessions 5

17:30-18:00

Break

18.00 – 20.00

ERC event / Gather.Town

Friday 25th June 2021

Time

Activity

09:00-10:30

Panel sessions 6

10:30-11:00

break

11:00-12:30

Panel sessions 7

12.30 - 14:00

break

14:00 -15:30

Panel sessions 8

15.30 – 17.00

 

Panel sessions 9

17:00

Gather.Town and end of

conference

 

Wednesday 23rd June 2021

10:30-12:30 Social networking activity: Gather.town

 

12:30-13:00 welcome VC

 

13.00 – 14:30 keynote speeches

Carolyn Tuohy - Regulatory Governance and Institutional Narratives

Sofia Ranchordás - Regulatory Innovation and Future-Proofing for Europe

 

14.30 – 15:00 break

 

15.00 – 16.30 Panel sessions 1

 

Panel 1.1 Varieties of Pressure on Regulatory Governance

Chairs: Takuya Onoda and Christel Koop

Title: The evolution of regulatory governance for the rapid decarbonisation of electricity systems

Author: Jose Maria Valenzuela

Title: Regulation on the radar: How and why has the British regulatory state become politicised?

Authors: Christel Koop and Martin Lodge

Title: The Political Consequences of the Regulatory States: Drug Rationing Policies in England and France

Author: Takuya Onoda

Title: Natural Disasters and Weak Government Institutions: Creating a Vicious Cycle that Ensnares Developing Countries

Author: Kanksha Mahadevia Ghimire

Title: Regulation in the limelight: Analysing changes in media coverage of independent regulators in Britain

Author: Christel Koop

 

Panel 1.2 The evolution and effectiveness of private regulation in global supply chains

Chair: Jean-Christophe Graz

Title: The evolution and effectiveness of private regulation in global supply chains

Author: Jose A Bolanos Presenting Centre for Analysis of Risk & Regulation (CARR)

Title: Is transnational private regulation supporting workers’ capacity to act? Evidence from a cross-country, cross-sectoral firm-level survey.

Authors: Jean-Christophe Graz, Jimena Sobrino Piazza Université de Lausanne and André Walter Pres

Title: Private Certification in the Fight Against Terrorist Financing: A Study in Effectivness, Compliance and Legitimacy.

Authors: Doron Goldbarsht and Hannah Harris

Title: The governance structure of effective networks: how business associations cope with the inclusiveness/efficiency tension

Author: Angel Saz-Carranza

 

Panel 1.3 Experimentalism and Reflexivity

Chair: Colin Scott

Title: Potential for Reflexive Regulation in the Area of ​​Personal Data Protection in Poland: Lessons from the Case of Morele.net Group

Author: Klaudia Gaczoł

Title: Meta-Regulation and Conflict: Towards a Dialectical Model of Meta-regulation

Author(s): Maciej Pichlak

Title: The Single Supervisory Mechanism for European Banking Union: Experimentalist Practices Beneath a Hierarchical Veneer?

Author: Jonathan Zeitlin

 

Panel 1.4 Taxation and global governance

Chair: Claudio Radaelli

Title: What’s in it for me?’ A preliminary examination of Australia’s financial crime information-sharing partnership and its influence on the reform of anti-money laundering regulation

Author: Paula Chadderton

Title: Policy preferences in global tax governance policy circles following the Global Financial Crisis. Has a more cooperative agenda emerged?

Author(s): Wouter Lips

Title: Taxing Google: India’s Equalisation Levy Versus the OECD’s “Consensus”

Author(s): Arvind Sabu

Title: Global Governance in Corporate Taxation: The Big Four Professional Services Firms as Rule Intermediaries

Author: John Mikler, Ainsley Elbra and Hannah Murphy-Gregory

 

Panel 1.5 Sustainability, Global Supply Chains, and Reputational Dynamics (Panel Iof Stream of panels on Corporate Reputation and Regulatory Governance)

Chairs: Colin Provost UCL and Judith van Erp

Title: Dynamics and biases in corporate naming and shaming and their relevance for regulatory governance

Author: Judith Van Erp

Title: Effects of Regulatory Frameworks in Interaction With Information Technology on the Use of Sustainability Information on Corporatized Public Services

Author: Ulf Papenfuß and Kristin Wagner-Krechlok

Title:

al Disasters and Brand Reputations: The Case of BP's Deepwater Horizon

Authors: William McGuire and Ellen Holtmaat and Aseem Prakash

Title: Credible Corporate Commitments as Private Governance Mechanisms

Author: Janina Grabs

Title: Sustainability paradoxes along the supply chain in implementing zero-deforestation commitments

Authors: Janina Grabs and Rachael Garrett

 

Panel 1.6 Rethinking public sector regulation

Chair: Duncan Russel

Title: Governing and regulating  organizational heterogeneity. Theoretical suggestions  from  reforms in higher education

Author(s): Giliberto Capano and Benedetto Lepori

Title: Regulation in the local welfare state: is it more than window dressing?

Author: Albertjan Tollenaar

Title: Varieties of labor market regulations: examining occupational licensing in an institutional context

Author(s): Yair Osheroff Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

16.30 – 18:00 Panel sessions 2

 

Panel 2.1 the Regulation of Big Data

Chair: Colin Scott

Title: Contract Law in the Age of Big Data

Author: Cemre Bedir

Title: Intellectual Property Rights Over Social Assistance Technologies: Mapping Regulatory Trajectories and Complexities

Author: Alexandre San Martim Portes and Jenna Harb

Title: Crytocommunity Currencies

Author(s): Josephine (J.S.)

 

Panel 2.2 Enforcement and control: controlling the state

Chair: Oliver James

Title: Shades of enforceability: Hybrids everywhere

Authors: Jose A Bolanos, Andrei Guter-Sandu

Title: The Unitary Executive Theory in Comparative Context

Author(s): David Driesen

Title: When Monitoring Becomes Political

Author(s): Pieter Zwaan

Title: Controlling the Regulatory State: A Comparative Study of Israeli and British Laws

Author(s): Nir  Kosti

Title: Professionalization of civil service through regulation: why is meritocracy elusive?

Author: Salvador Parrado UNED (Spanish Distance Learning University)

 

Panel 2.3 New Paradigms, New Explanatory Models

Chair: Sarah Cooper

Title: A new paradigm for policy studies: potential and limitations of the use of policy portfolios

Authors: Xavier Fernández-i-Marín and Christoph Knill

Title: Alternative Mechanisms of Political Pressure: An Exploratory Study of Portuguese Regulators

Author: Susana Duarte Coroado

Title: Legislators and bureaucrats as drivers of regulatory policy change: The case of energy storage technologies

Authors: Sebastian Sewerin and Nicolas Schmid

Title: Beyond agenda-setting: a topic modeling analysis of European policy preparation

Authors: Lise Frehen and Louis-Robert Beaulieu-Guay

Title: Explaining the development of regulatory policymaking: what and how has been done in social, environmental and morality policy

Authors: Xavier Fernández-i-Marín and Christoph Knill

Title: Comparing theories explaining relationship between trust and regulatory compliance: Is convergence possible?

Authors: Monika Glavina, Frédérique Six and Koen Verhoest

Title: The ‘re-moralization’ of prostitution? Moral positions and considerations in the street level implementation of local prostitution regulation

Author: Eelco van Wijk Presenting Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

 

Panel 2.4 Democratic Backsliding and autocratic governance

Title: Regulatory State Imposed: The Case of Social Service Provision Reform in Russia.

Author(s): Anna Tarasenko National Research University Higher School of Economics

Title: the policy implications of democratic and authoritarian regimes: The liberalization of professions in Thailand, 2005-2020

Author: Francesco Stolfi

Title: The Evolution of Iranian Governance Landscape, the rise of Regulatory Governance

Author(s): Ahmad Zolfaghari, Seyyed Mohammadsadegh Emamian and Ehsan Mohammadzadeh Member of Governance and Policy Think Tank

Title: Democratic backsliding, de-Europeanization and the transformation of regulatory governance: the case of Turkey

Author(s): Işık D. Özel Universidad

Title: Public Policies of Authoritarian Regimes, between Elites and the Public: Comparative Analysis of Housing and Urban Planning Policies in Russia and Turkey

Authors: Marina Khmelnitskaya and Sevinc Bermek

 

Panel 2.5 Exploring Historical Trajectories

Title: The Comeback of the State? Initial Signs of a Regulatory Paradigm Shift

Author(s): Yael Kariv-Teitelbaum

Title: The Dynamics of Regulocracy: A Behavioral Mapping of Regulocrats in Norwegian Central Government 1986-2016

Author: Ole Andreas Danielsen and Hogne Sataöen

Title: The democratic origins of regulatory agencification. Regulatory agencies' autonomy and power fragmentation

Author(s): Xavier Fernández-i-Marín, Jacint Jordana and David Levi-Faur

Title: The Rise of the British Regulatory State: More Authorizations, More Discretion, Less Vagueness

Author(s): Nir  Kosti

Title: The Remaking of the American Regulatory State and Financialization

Author(s): Basak Kus

 

Panel 2.6 Transnational governance and international regulation

Chair: Stephen Greasley

Title: Why does ineffective transnational private governance persist?

Author(s): Burkard Eberlein

Title: How did international economic regulation survive the last period of deglobalisation?

Author(s): Perri 6, Eva Heims and Martha Prevezer

Title: Methodological Cosmopolitanism: Towards Cosmopolitan Governance and Democracy

Author: Andreas Klinke 

Title: From cooperation to coordination: the evolution of European Administrative Networks

Author(s): Francesca Pia Vantaggiato King's College

Title: Fighting Corruption in International Trade: The Role of the World Trade Organization

Author(s): Kevin Fandl Fox School of Business, Temple University

Title: Unsustainable Finance Under Pressure: Responses to Climate Change and the Illusion of Inclusive Capitalism

Author(s): Dieter Pesendorfer  Queen's University Belfast

 

Panel 2.7 The Global Diffusion of Competition Policy: Causes, Consequences and Challenges

Chairs: Tim Büthe and Christel Koop

Title: Old Tools for the New Economy? The Role of Counterfactual Causation in Anti-competitive Foreclosure and Remedial Analysis of Data-driven Markets

Author(s): Zlatina Georgieva, Nora von Ingersleben-Seip

Title: Innovation, Antitrust/Competition Law, and the International Competition Network

Author: Tim Büthe and Cindy Cheng

Title: Actors of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Competition Commission's Supranationalism, 2013-2018: The Role of Intermediary

Author: Vellah Kedogo Kigwiru

Title: The Global Diffusion of Governing Markets through Competition Law: A Spatial Analysis

Authors: Tim Büthe and Shahryar Minhas

Title: Analysing the adoption and spread of competition policy in the Global South?

Author: Christel Koop

 

Panel 2.8 The Politics and Regulation of Technology

Chair: David Levi-Faur

Title: Regulatory design for Regtech compliance and enforcement

Author: Rob Nicholls 

Title: Predictive Analytics and the Law: Coping with Uncertain Futures

Author(s): Marco Rizzi and Christophe Lazaro

Title: How to regulate in a complex world

Author(s): Martin de Bree Rotterdam and Martin Dees

Title: ‘The Glue that Keeps Compliance Stuck Together’: The Role of Test Houses in Online Gambling Regulation

Author: Donal Casey Kent Law School, University of Kent

Title: Regulating Technological Innovations: The Governance of Personalized Health in the EU, China, and the US

Author(s): Philipp Trein and Wei Li

Title: Beyond the oxymoron: mapping and synthesizing the relationship between regulation and innovation from an interdisciplinary perspective

Author: Bruno Queiroz Cunha and Flavia Donadelli

 

18.00 – 19:00  ERC event: What’s next? An interactive horizon scanning for early career researchers

 

In this interactive session to close the day, the RegGov Early Career Network invites early career researchers to connect and exchange ideas over the next ‘hot’ research topics on the horizon in the field of regulatory governance. After a short input that covers some tips and tricks around horizon scanning, idea generation and putting those ideas into practice (e.g. by acquiring your first own research grant), we will gather in breakout sessions by themes (e.g. sustainability, technology, or ‘Covid-19 and preparing for the next pandemic’) and discuss what issues are likely on the horizon, and how to best study them. The session will also allow for ample networking opportunities.

 

An evening reception, with a career-building flavour: Organised by Yair Osheroff, Andrei Guter-Sandu, Flavia Donadelli, Janina Grabs, Jose A Bolanos, Slobodan Tomic, Yongkang Ann.

 

19:00 – 21:00 Networking social   Gather.town

 

 

Thursday 24th June 2021

 

8:00-9:00 Plenary

Regulatory Studies Award and Keynote Lecture by John Braithwaite - Beyond Realist International Relations Theory in Governance of Global Crises

Majone Prize

 

09:00-10:30 Panel sessions 3

 

Panel 3.1 Naming, Shaming, and Criminal Deterrence (Panel II of Stream on Corporate Reputation and Regulatory Governance)

Chairs: John Braithwaite, Mike Levi and Hannah Harris

Title: Shaming and Deterrence in Advance of Enforcement

Author: John Braithwaite

Title: Shaming Reconsidered:  A Tale of Two Philip Greens

Author: Mike Levi

Title: Addressing Corporate Crime Recidivism: could a black-list for repeat offenders incentivise meaningful compliance?

Author: Hannah Harris

Title: Regulatory sanctions and media coverage: Evidence from the financial industry

Author: Roy Gava University of St. Gallen University of Geneva

 

Panel 3.2 Controls in a shared administration - the enforcement of EU Law.

Chairs Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz and Miroslava Scholten

Title: The shared EU aviation safety system within the framework of the International Civil Aviation Organization: enforcement and accountability challenges

Author: Florin Coman-Kund Erasmus University Rotterdam

Title: The system of controls over shared enforcement

Author: Miroslava Scholten  Utrecht University

Title: Agencies and MS cooperation in inspection tasks: do accountability regimes follow suit?

Authors: Mariolina Eliantonio Presenting Maastricht University 2 Federica Cacciatore Tuscia University

Title: Controlling escapes from law: the externalization of migration policies as shared administration of EU borders with Third Countries and its effects on accountability’

Author: Luisa Marin University of Padua

Title: Enforcement of EU pharmaceutical: inspection cooperation from global to EU to national level

Author: Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz Maastricht University

 

Panel 3.3 Panel Regulatory governance and the welfare state (First Session)

Chairs: Avishai Benish and Philipp Trein (preference for 1:15 minutes as opposed to 1 hour)

Loss of regulatory integrity and threat to democracy: Australia’s Robodebt scandal

Author: Valerie Braithwaite

Title: The rise of the regulatory welfare constitutional state

Authors: Lilach Litor  and Gila Menahem

Title: Regulation in the local welfare state: is it more than window dressing?

Author: Albertjan Tollenaar

 

Panel 3.4 Panel Regulatory governance and the welfare state (First Session)

Loss of regulatory integrity and threat to democracy: Australia’s Robodebt scandal

Author: Valerie Braithwaite

Title: The rise of the regulatory welfare constitutional state

Authors: Lilach Litor  and Gila Menahem

Title: Regulation in the local welfare state: is it more than window dressing?

Author: Albertjan Tollenaar

 

Panel 3.5 Regulating digital platforms

Chair: Colin Scott

Title: Explaining the role of policy regimes in the creation of normative acceptance or resistance in the digital platform age

Author(s): Sarah Anne Ganter, Simon Fraser University

Title: Making sense of sharing platforms: the case of Airbnb in Amsterdam

Author(s): Haiko van der Voort

Title: Evaluating law and rule-making in the face of technological innovation and digital transformation

 

Panel 3.6 The future of Artificial Intelligence Governance

Chair: Alison Harcourt

Title: Making Regulation Flexible for the Governance of Disruptive Innovation: A Comparative Study of the EU, South Korea and the US

Author(s): Jonghan Lee Presenting Korea Institute of Public Administration 2 Seung-Hun Hong Presenting Korea Institute of Public Administration

Title: Personal Public Credit Information at the intersection of China’s Social Credit System and the Personal Information Protection Laws: Beyond consent in the age of big data and AI.

Author: Fengshi Wu

Title: Regulating Artificial Intelligence Systems: a Regulatory Proposal for Qatar

Author(s): Ahmed Badran Qatar university

Interoperability: A solution to regulating AI and social media platforms

Author(s): Chris Marsden University of Sussex and Rob Nicholls

 

Panel 3.7 Politics of regulatory intermediaries

Chair: David Levi-Faur

Title: Can labelling create holistic transformative food system change? The urgent climate change/health/welfare challenge of factory farming of animals

Author: Christine Parker

Title: Translating policy goals from the state to nature-inclusive farmers: Dutch environmental cooperatives as regulatory intermediaries

Author: Edwin Alblas

Title: Towards a Constitutive Theory of Regulation? Elizabeth Warren, Tony Blair and the Re-Regulation of the Global Technology Sector

Author: John Wright

Title: Responsible mining certification and public use of private standards. Uncovering the effects of enrolment on regulatory intermediaries

Author: Enrico Partiti 

 

Panel 3.8 Regulatory Accountability in Health Policy

Chair: Isabelle Engeli

Perpetuating Traditional Power Dynamics? Failures in Accountability in Regulatory Approaches to Healthcare Redress

Author: Sarah Devaney and Rob Heywood

Title: Regulating Avian Influenza in China: Explaining Policy Change in a Non-Democracy

Authors: Annemieke van den Dool

Title: Co-construction of evidence and value in regulatory assessment processes: an analysis of interactions between Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors and staff in health and social care services

Author(s): Alan Boyd,            Simon Moralee, Gregory Maniatopoulos and            Jane Ferguson

Title: The clashes of values in cross-sector regulation

Author(s): 1 Yee Yang Wong RegNet, Australian National University 2 Sora Lee RegNet, Australian National University

 

10:30 – 11:00 Break

 

11:00 – 12:30 Panel sessions 4

 

Panel 4.1 Trust and Regulatory Governance

Chairs: David Levi-Faur, Koen Verhoest and Martino Maggetti.

Title: Organizational Legitimacy and Trust Through Self-Regulation: An International Analysis of the Diffusion of Rules and Determinants of Quality in Public Corporate Governance Codes

Authors: Ulf Papenfuß and Kristin Wagner-Krechlok

Title: Theoretical Reflections and Experimental Findings on Trust in PA and Public-Private Cooperations

Authors: Rahel Schomaker and Michael W. Bauer

Title: Regulatory Governance, Civil Regulation and Regenerating Trust in the Aftermath of Crises: The Role of Standard Setting Organizations

Author: Zuno George Verghese

Title: “Trusting the institution that says it’s safe” The dynamics of trust in governmental responses to food-related incidents in Japan

Author: Tine Walravens Copenhagen Business School

Title: Reducing Risks with No-Party Trust

Author(s): Helen Eenmaa-Dimitrieva and Maria Jose Schmidt-Kessen

 

Panel 4.2  Advancing the Discussion on Bureaucratic Reputation

Chair: Thibaud Dereulle

Title: Discreet Power through Reputation: Towards a Mechanism of Regulatory Empowerment?

Author: Thibaud Deruelle University of Exeter

Title: (How) does regulator reputation motivate sandbox participation among innovative firms? Exploratory evidence from the UK fintech sector

Author: Lauren Fahy Utrecht University School of Governance

Title: Tracing the sources of institutional autonomy: a case for methodological individualism

Authors: Slobodan Tomic University of York 2 Djordje Pavicevic Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade

Title: Measuring Bureaucratic Reputation from Parliamentary Speeches

Author(s): Luca Bellodi University College London

 

Panel 4.3 Cross comparative analysis in stakeholder governance

Chair: Claire Dunlop

Title: How does issue framing serve interest groups fighting the public interest? The case of regulating childcare in Israel

Author(s): Smadar Moshel  The Open University of Israel

Title: How pervasive is Regulatory Capture? A Reassessment of Capture Theory

Author(s): Eva Heims

Title: Who governs the use of consultants in the age of consultocracy?

Author(s): Andrew Sturdy

 

Panel 4.4 De-Europeanisation of UK environmental policy

Chair: Duncan Russel

Title: The de-Europeanisation of UK plastic pollution policy: disengagement, stagnation or innovation?

Author(s): David Benson University of Exeter 2 Burcin Demirbilek Çankırı Karatekin University

Title: England’s Fresh Approach to Food Waste: Problem Frames in the Resources and Waste Strategy

Author(s): Carrie Bradshaw Presenting University of Leeds

Title: Finally free to cut EU red tape? Whitehall deregulation caught between de-Europeanisation and devolution

Author(s): Viviane Gravey Queen's University Belfast

 

Panel 4.5 regulatory design in consumer protection

Chair: Joasia Luzak

Title: The many aspects of sustainability governance: Unpacking consumers’ support for tea standards in China and the UK

Author(s): Sarah Iweala and Yixian Sun

Title:Tailor-made Consumer Protection: Personalization's Impact on the Granularity of Consumer Information.

Author: Joasia Luzak

Title: Is the effective regulation of football possible?

Author: Wyn Grant

Title: Understanding exemption clauses in public policy

Author(s): Oliver Fritsch and Michail Melidis

 

Round Table 4.6 Evidence, Regulation and Governance: New Projects and Findings

presenters: Claire Dunlop, Claudio Radaelli, Saras Jagwanth, Kristian Krieger, Peter Biegelbauer, Thomas König and Patrick Spearing

 

13:00-14:00  administrative meetings

 

ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance Steering Committee Open Meeting - All Welcome 

 

14:00-15:30  Round Tables

 

Round Table 1: The Role and Limits of Transparency in Promoting CSR

Chair: Kelly Kollman Presenting University of Glasgow

Title: Engaging Stakeholders in Corporate Decision-making through Strategic Reporting: An Empirical Study of FTSE 100 Companies

Author: Irene-marie Esser University of Glasgow 2 Iain MacNeil University of Glasgow 3 Katarzyna Chalaczkiewicz-Ladna University of Glasgow

Title: Being Heard by Doing Good? Corporate Reputation and Political Access

Author: Alvise Favotto

Title:CSR, transparency and international law: the state that we are in

Author: Henry Lovat

Title: A Neglected Pillar? Explaining Firms’ Uneven Engagement with Social and Environmental Sustainability

Author: Alvise Favotto and Kelly Kollman

Title: The Role and Limits of Transparency in Promoting CSR

Author: Kelly Kollman

Title: CSR, transparency and international law: the state that we are in

Author: Henry Lovat University of Glasgow

 

Round Table 2: Roundtable book discussion on “Business Lobbying in the EU”.

Chair David Coen

Authors:  Alex Kataitis (LSE) and Matia Vannoni (Kings)

Discussants:

Alison Harcourt (Exeter University)

David Levi-Faur (Jerusalem)

Graham Wilson (Boston University)

Martino Maggetti (Lausanne University)

 

Round Table 3: book discussion ‘Efficient legislation and Rule of Law promotion’

Chair: Helen Xanthaki

Author: Maria Mousmouti

Discussant:

Robin Dormer

 

Round Table 4: Author meets critics. Janina Grabs  presents ‘Selling Sustainability Short? The private governance of labor and the environment in the coffee sector’

Chair: Jean-Christophe Graz

Discussants:

Colin Provost

Jean-Christophe Graz

 

Round Table 5: Meet the Editors

Claudio Radaelli

Martin Lodge

David Levi-Faur

Claire Dunlop

Isabelle Engeli

Helen Xanthaki

 

15:30-16:00  Break

 

16:00-17:30 Panel sessions 5

 

Panel 5.1 Panel: The role of the Innovation principle in EU Regulation

Chairs: Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz and Maria Jose Schmidt-Kessen

Title: Where are my rights? Regulatory sandbox and the waiver of consumer rights in peer-to-peer trading

Author: Lucila de Almeida Presenting Tel Aviv University European University Institute/Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Title: Precaution and Innovation in EU Pesticide Regulation: the case of glyphosate

Author: Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz Maastricht University

Title: The innovation principle as an accelerator for the energy transition?

Author: Leonie Reins Tilburg University

Title: The (Non-)Role of the Innovation Principle in Recent EU Copyright Reform

Author: Maria Jose Schmidt-Kessen Copenhagen Business School and Helen Eenmaa-Dimitrieva

Title: The Role of the Innovation Principle in EU Platform Regulation

Author: Maria Jose Schmidt-Kessen

Title: Regulation of emerging technologies: a false dichotomy between innovation and precaution

Author: Leonie Reins

 

Panel 5.2 Regulation, Instruments and Outcomes

Title: A new dataset of procedural regulatory instruments. Data generation, architecture and usages

Authors: Jonathan C Kamkhaji, Claire A Dunlop, Claudio M Radaelli, Gaia Taffoni

Title: Regulatory Procedures and Outcomes

Authors: Claire A Dunlop, Jonathan C Kamkhaji, Claudio M Radaelli, Gaia Taffoni, Claudius Wagemann

Title: The Institutional Grammar Tool Meets the Narrative Policy Framework: Narrating

Institutional Statements in Consultation

Authors: Claire A Dunlop, Jonathan C Kamkhaji, Claudio M Radaelli and Gaia Taffoni

Title: Uncovering Administrative Judicial Review Mechanisms across the EU

Authors: Gaia Taffoni

Title: Making Governance Mechanisms Effective for Political Control and Policy-Making: Effects

Author(s): Christian Schmidt, Ulf Papenfuß

 

5.3 Regulating Interaction on Social Media Platforms

Chair: Joasia Luzak

Propaganda and the rise of the internet: the power of emotion and the limits of the law.

Author(s): Rachael Craufurd Smith

Title: Agencies tweet: what reputational dimensions regulatory agencies communicate in the social media?

Author(s): Alketa Peci and Fabiola Fernandes

Title: Hybrid News Media, Hybrid Transparency Politics? Gateways and Limits of Media Transparency Regulation in Poland

Author(s): Beata Klimkiewicz Presenting Jagiellonian University

Title: Digital rights activism in global Internet governance fora

Author: Alison Harcourt

 

Panel 5.4 Politicization in environmental governance

Chair: Duncan Russel

Title: Wither Legal Authority? When Environmental Governance becomes Political in an Authoritarian Regime: The Case of Central Environmental Inspection Campaigns in China

Author(s): Kathinka Furst and Xiuxiu Zhang Presenting

David Monciardini University of Exeter

Title: Introducing markets to the policy mix: Fighting climate change with pricing instruments

Author(s): Alejandra Elizondo  Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, CIDE

Title: Alli Kawsay (Buen vivir) in the indigenous movements of Colombia - Ecuador, political-economic practices as a global model, in defense of the rights of Mother Nature

Author(s): Eduardo Erazo Acosta Researcher (ad honorem) group "Curriculum and University" University Nariño

 

Panel 5.5 Innovation in Environmental Governance

Title: Supporting the circular economy through circular policy and regulation

Author(s): Orr Karassin

Title: General environmental duties and small business – Investigating the motivations for compliance in ‘invisible’ duty-holders.

Author: Joel Edwards

 

Panel 5.6 Compliance and Regulatory Coordination

Title: Commitment, Trust and the Provision of Public Services

Author(s): Tony Prosser Presenting University of Bristol Law School

Do Compliance Monitors Work?  Evidence from State Level Settlements in the United States

Author(s): Colin Provost University College London  Paul Nolette Marquette University

Title: Inducing compliance or playing politics? Understanding why EU agencies sanction

Authors: Rik Joosen and Asya Zhelyazkova

Title: Credible Corporate Commitments as Private Governance Mechanisms

Authors: Janina Grabs and Rachael Garrett

Title: Unsustainable Urban Mobility in EU Cities: Explaia=ning Chllenges of Multi-level Coordination

Author(s): Carlo Colombo Maastricht University

 

18.00 – 20.00 ERC event / Gather.Town

 

 

Friday 25th June 2021

 

09:00-10:30 Panel sessions 6

 

Panel 6.1 Politics of regulatory intermediaries

Chair: David Levi-Faur

Title: The Role of Regulatory Intermediaries in the Individualization of a Health and Safety Issue

Author: Scarlett Salman

Title: Technological Disruption, Scientific Uncertainty and Regulatory Innovation: Where Next?

Author: Irina Brass

Title: Religious communities as regulatory intermediaries? Formal and informal roles to regain moral authority in a secular age

Irina Ciornei, Eva-Maria Euchner, Olivia Mettang and Michalina Preisner and Ilay Yesil

Title: Gatekeepers or Regulatory Intermediaries? Getting Managers and Advisers to Promote Labour Law Compliance

Author(s): John Howe  Melbourne and Tess Hardy

 

Panel 6.2 Social mechanisms: shaming, scandals, myths

Chair: Isabelle Engeli

Title: Future proof management of Conduct Risk and Integrity issues. A plea for proactive behaviour by organizations on reputational damage and liability risks sensitive issues.

Author(s): Bonne van Hattum   and Nico de Leeuw Moralis

Title: Reputational Damage as a Regulatory Tool: Exploring Its Use and Impact within Pluralistic Regulatory Frameworks

Author(s): Lucy Forrester

Title: Regulatory Penalties and Reputational Risk : Evidence from Systemically Important Financial Institutions

Author(s): Sharadha Tilley Technological and Brian Byrne

 

Panel 6.3 Regulatory compliance in the telecommunications infrastructures

Chair: Alison Harcourt

Title: Responsive Regulation in the Telecommunications Sector: A Case Study on the Brazilian Experience

Author(s): Elisa Leonel, Vânia Vieira and Marcio Aranha University of Brazil

Title: CFIUS and Team Telecom - Foreign interests and national security in telecommunications Author: Ewan Sutherland

Title:  Judicial controls, mediated legitimacy and accountability in regulatory governance: a comparative assessment of 100 agencies from the energy and telecomm industries

Author(s): Luis Everdy Mejía

Title: Regulation and the Digital Welfare State: Questions of Surveillance and Infrastructural Power

Author(s): Kathryn Henne School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

 

Panel 6.4 EU Multilevel Governance

Chair: Duncan Russel

Title: Governance Reform and Public Acceptance of Regulatory Decision Making: A Survey Experiment on Pesticides Authorization in the EU

Author: Jonathan Zeitlin, Theresa Kuhn, Maria Weimer and David van der Duin

The Eurolex dataset and a computational analysis of emerging actors in EU law

Author(s): Camille Borrett DataMine Europe ASBL 2 Moritz Laurer Centre for European Policy Studies 3 Andrea Renda Centre for European Policy Studies College of Europe

Title: From cooperation to coordination: the evolution of European Administrative Networks

Author(s): Francesca Pia Vantaggiato King's College

 

Panel 6.5 Standard communities in international governance

Chair: Stephen Greasley

Title: Integrating Non-Commercial Interests in International Technical Standard-Setting: Promise and Limits

Author(s): Abdel fattah Alshadafan Presenting TUM School of Governance at the Technical University of Munich

Title: Comrades or Acquaintances? Social network analysis of transnational sustainability standard communities in meta-governance of ISEAL Alliance

Author(s): Yixian Sun University of Bath 2 Ellen Holtmaat LSE

Title: When private governance impedes multilateralism: the case of agricultural standards and the Rotterdam Convention

Author: Fiona Kinniburgh, Henrik Selin, Noelle Selin, Miranda Schreurs

Title: Transparency and the Politics of Corporate Accountability in Global Supply Chains

Author(s): Liliane Mouan Coventry University

 

Panel 6.6 Citizen participation in regulation: a comparative view Panel I

Chairs: Hanan Haber, Eva Heims University of York and Martin Lodge

Title: The Role of Trust and Autonomy in the Development of Democratic Qualities of Regulatory Agencies

Title: Participatory regulation in social care: a literature review

Authors: Hilla Dolev and Aluma Levi Zohar

Title: Citizens and responsiveness in environmental regulation: Some insights from India

Authors: Ranjan Kumar, Keerthi Kiran Bandru and Vinish Kathuria

Title: What’s in it for me?’ A preliminary examination of Australia’s financial crime information-sharing partnership and its influence on the reform of anti-money laundering regulation

Author: Paula Chadderton

Title: Experimenting with citizens as a third party in regulation: a comparative qualitative case-study of regulatory practices in Dutch healthcare

Authors: Bert de Graaff, Rutz, Annemiek Stoopendaal

Title: Signalling, responding, or engaging? How public officials facilitate citizen participation during regulatory reforms

Authors: Caelesta Braun and Moritz Müller

 

Panel 6.7 The political dimension of reputations across different industries Panel III of Stream on Corporate Reputation and Regulatory Governance

Chairs: John Braithwaite, Mike Levi and Hannah Harris

Title: Shaming a Sector: Regulatory responses to the Hayne Royal Commission

Author(s): Rob Nicholls

Title: Being Heard by Doing Good? Corporate Reputation and Political Access

Authors: Kelly Kollman, Alvise Favotto and Fraser McMillan

Title: Recombinant Pasts and CRISPR Futures: The Processes and Outcomes of Beneficially Constraining GMO Regulation in the US and Europe, 1975 to Present

Author: Konrad Posch

 

11:00-12:30  Panel sessions 7

 

Panel 7.1 Round table on the Politics of Media Regulation – case studies of action and inaction.

Steve Barnett

Peter Feeney

Jonathan Heawood

Judith Townend

 

Panel 7.2 Panel Regulatory governance and the welfare state (Second Session)

Chairs: Avishai Benish and Philipp Trein (preference for 1:15 minutes as opposed to 1 hour)

Title: The regulatory welfare state: comparing regulatory agencies in twelve countries and eight sectors, 1990’s to the 2010’s

Authors: Hanan Haber, KCL and Eva Heims,

Title: The Ambivalent State in the New Swedish Welfare Model

Author: John Lapidus

Title: The politics of integrating social regulation into the welfare state

Author: Philipp Trein

 

Panel 7.3 the Regulation and Governance of International Sport

Chairs:Eric Windholz, Slobodan Tomic, Rebecca Schmidt

Title: Regulating Sport-related Concussion: Identifying Key Characteristics of Dominant Regulatory Actors

Author: Annette Greenhow, Bond University

Title:  Regulating Player Labour Mobility in Baseball: Is a Global Transfer System Needed?

Author: Matt Nichol and Keiji Kawai

Title:  To what extent sports governance is, and shall be – regulatory governance?

Authors:  Slobodan Tomic, University of York and Rebecca Schmidt, Dublin City University

Title:  Sports’ Anti-Doping Regime:  Regulatory Capitalism in Action

Author:  Eric Windholz

           

Panel 7.4 Regulatory integrity and trust        

Chair: Claire Dunlop

Title: Smoked Kippers or Red Herrings?: ‘Euromyths’ and the UK Regulatory Environment

Author(s): Paul Almond

Title: Performance Standards, Government Contractors and Quality Control: The Israeli Water Desalination Scandal

Author(s): Yoav Dotan Faculty of Law

Title: Regulators, regulatory agencies and trust

Author(s): Martin Lodge, Mauricio Dussauge-Laguna and Edgar Bustos

Title: The Expansion of Civil Society Regulation in the UK

Author(s): Nicole Bolleyer

 

Panel 7.5 Reputation building in regulatory agencies

Chair: Oliver James

Title: Regulators, regulatory agencies and trust

Author(s): Martin Lodge, Mauricio Dussauge-Laguna and Edgar Bustos

Title: Stakeholder consultations as reputation-building. A comparison of ACER and the German Federal Network Agency

Author(s): Eva Ruffing and Simon Fink

 

Panel 7.6  The evolution of regulatory agencies

Chair: Stephen Greasley

Title: Agencies and Intermediaries Roles in the Transposition of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive in Spain

Author(s): Adriana Mutu Universitat Abat Oliba CEU

Title: The evolution and organization of regulatory quality agencies in the French food sector. Challenges and frontlines for the XXI century

Authors: Armelle Mazé University Paris Saclay, INRA SADAPT, AgroParisTech

Title: Developmental policies of regulatory agencies: the role of board composition

Author(s): Camilo Ignacio González and Alketa Peci

Title: Mexican Regulatory Agencies Under Attack

Author(s): Mauricio Dussauge-Laguna

 

Panel 7.7 Risk and Regulation

Chair: Alice Moseley

Title: From an undefined innovation principle to a revised understanding of the proportionality principle: A wolf in lamb's clothing or a leaner-meaner tool to manage risk?

Author: Kathleen Garnett

Title: Challenges to Post-Crisis Regulatory Effectiveness: Who interprets risk and responsibility within Ireland’s financial consumer protection regulatory framework?

Author(s): Conor Cashman Presenting Irish Research Council and University College Cork

Title: Future proof management of Conduct Risk and Integrity issues. A plea for proactive behaviour by organizations on reputational damage and liability risks sensitive issues.

Author(s): Bonne van Hattum   and Nico de Leeuw

Title: Regulating environmental risk: a web of trust

Author(s): Joanne Hawkins

 

14.00 – 15.30 Panel sessions 8

 

Panel 8.1  Strengthening the Nexus between EU Legislation and its Enforcement

Chairs: Michael Hübner and Ton van den Brink

Title: Differentiated legislation and uniform enforcement in the GDPR

Author: Michael Hübner Presenting Utrecht University

Title: Maintaining security in the European banking sector: the role of post-crisis regulations and enforcement actions

Author(s): Ivanna Chaikovska Jagiellonian University

Title: ‘Equal pay in the EU: bridging the disconnect between its regulation and enforcement’

Author: Linda Senden Utrecht University

Title: ‘Interactions through Soft Norms in the EU Multi-level Space – the Cases of Competition Enforcement and Telecommunications Regulation’

Author: Zlatina Georgieva Bavarian School of Public Policy

 

Panel 8.2 Corporate governance and self-regulation

Title: Private Governance and the Protection of Cultural Resources

Author: Tracey Roberts

Title: Engaging Stakeholders in Corporate Decision-making through Strategic Reporting: An Empirical Study of FTSE 100 Companies

Author: Irene-marie Esser, Iain MacNeil and Katarzyna Chalaczkiewicz-Ladna

Title: Commercial government: market distortions and rule of law challenges

Author(s): Jasper Sluijs Utrecht University School of Law

 

Panel 8.3 Regulating the public sector

Chair: Oliver James

Title: Regulating visual (data) communication by public actors

Author(s): Anne Meuwese

Title: Citizens’ Attitudes towards Rule-based Public Services Incorporating Forms of Artificial Intelligence

Author(s): Oliver James, Susan Banducci, Ana Beduschi and Laszlo Horvath

Panel 8.5 Regulating for Development

Alleviation of poverty through democratization: An empirical test of the Sen’s hypothesis with cross-national panel data

Author(s): Yanyan Gao School of Economics and Management, Southeast University 2 Leizhen Zang China Agriculture University

Title: Regulating Transport Network Companies in Cairo: A Case of Regulation Under Al-Sisi Regime.

Author(s): Rawan Natsheh  The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Title: Dutch Curse on Indonesia: Historical Evidence of Aid Disbursement Delays and Their Impacts. The Case of Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Author: M A Ingratubun

 

Panel 8.4 Civil Society and the Rule of Law

Chair: Alice Moseley

Title: Are we R-I-I-I-T? What the rule of law industry can tell us about regulatory intermediaries.

Author(s): Veronica Taylor

Title: Public participation, policy transfer, and regulatory governance: case studies

Author(s): Denis Guimaraes AGPR

Title: Explaining the widely diverging results in the EU interest group studies literature

Author(s): Jockum Hildén

Title: The Shrinking Space for Civil Society in the European Union – Drivers and Implications

Author(s): Nicole Bolleyer

 

Panel 8.5  Normative Issues in Moral Regulation

Title: The Clash of Scientific Assessors:Is Glyphosate Carcinogenic and Does It Really Matter?

Author(s): Vesco Paskalev Brunel University London

Title: Regulatory  intermediaries and moral dilemmas. Religious actors in abortion and euthanasia policies in Belgium

Authors: Irina Ciornei, Michalina Preisner and Ilay Yesil

Title: How Important to Policy Analysis is Research Philosophy? And is that Important Enough?

Author(s): Robert Ackrill 

Title: Future proof management of Conduct Risk and Integrity issues. A plea for proactive behaviour by organizations on reputational damage and liability risks sensitive issues.

Author(s): Bonne van Hattum   University of Amsterdam PricewaterhouseCoopers N.V. Amsterdam 2 Nico de Leeuw Moralis

 

15:30 -17:00 Panel sessions 9

 

Panel 9.1 Public Accountability

Chair: Ahmed Badran

Title: Public Accountability For Expert Advisors: Exploring The Concept With A Case Study On Glyphosate

Author(s): Vesco Paskalev Brunel University London

Title: Accountability through Mutual Attunement: How Can Parliamentary Hearings Connect the Elected and the Unelected?

Author(s): Andreas Eriksen University of Oslo 2 Alexander Katsaitis University of Oslo

Title:  Judicial controls, mediated legitimacy and accountability in regulatory governance: a comparative assessment of 100 agencies from the energy and telecomm industries

Author(s): Luis Everdy Mejía

Title: Assessing Accountability of Electronic Media Authorities under Regulatory Governance: The Case of PEMRA

Authors: Mahnoor Farooq and Dr Nasira Jabeen

 

Panel 9.2 Regulating Private Actors

Title: Coltan – blood in my mobile

Author Ewan Sutherland

Title: Differences that matter: Certification, corporate governance, & the paradox of isomorphic differentiation

Author(s): Jose A Bolanos

Title: Rethinking the Rationales for Standard Form Contracting and their Implications for Regulation

Author: Marcus Moore

Title: Understanding compliance and enforcement practices in the contemporary UK private rented sector

Author(s): Dave Cowan, Jennifer Harris, Alex Marsh

 

Panel 9.3 The Global Diffusion of Competition Policy. Panel III

Chair: Christel Koop

Title: The Global Diffusion of Governing Markets through Competition Law: A Spatial Analysis

Author(s): Tim Büthe, Shahryar Minhas

Title: Innovation, Antitrust/Competition Law, and the International Competition Network

Author: Tim Büthe and Cindy Cheng

Title: The Global Spread of Competition Policy: Introducing a New Dataset

Philip Kessler and Christel Koop

Title: Sustainability leaders in the Global South: Explaining the rise of “green” tea companies in China and Sri Lanka

Authors: Michael Bloomfield, Yixian Sun

 

Panel 9.4 Cross Sector Crises

Chair: Duncan Russel

Title: Regulatory Governance, Civil Regulation and Regenerating Trust in the Aftermath of Crises: The Role of Standard Setting Organizations

Author: Zuno George Verghese

Title: Hybrid Regulatory Regime in Turbulent Times: The Role of State in China’s Stock Market Crisis in 2015-2016

Author(s): Chen Li

Title: The Resilience of Voluntary Economic Activism in Times of Crisis - Lessons from the Great Recession

Author(s): Panagiotis Delimatsis

Title: Explaining China’s uneven response to COVID-19: The role of hybrid bureaucracy in tackling a public health emergency

Author: Jiwei Qian, Yoel Kornreich

Title: The clashes of values in cross-sector regulation

Author(s): Yee Yang Wong and Sora Lee RegNet

 

Panel 9.5 Regulatory oversight bodies: towards a new (meta-regulatory) research
agenda

Chairs: Oliver Fritsch and Jonathan Kamkhaji

Title: Regulatory oversight bodies: towards a new conceptual framework

Authors: Oliver Fritsch and Jonathan Kamkhaji

Title: Institutionalising regulatory oversight: a comparison of 15 jurisdictions

Author(s): Jonathan Kamkhaji University of Exeter 2 Oliver Fritsch Murdoch University

Title: Abuse of Regulatory Power: a step forward in the journey towards effective competition advocacy in the public sector, regulatory improvement and oversight?

Author: Denis Guimaraes

Title: Institutional Roles and Goals for Retrospective Regulatory Analysis

Author(s): Jonathan Wiener, Lori Bennear

 

17.00 Gather.Town and end of

conference