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Volume 17, issue 4, 2023

The politics of supply chain regulations: Towards foreign corporate accountability in the area of human rights and the environment? pp. 853-869 Downloads
Maria‐Therese Gustafsson, Almut Schilling‐Vacaflor and Andrea Lenschow
Hardening corporate accountability in commodity supply chains under the European Union Deforestation Regulation pp. 870-890 Downloads
Laila Berning and Metodi Sotirov
Foreign corporate accountability: The contested institutionalization of mandatory due diligence in France and Germany pp. 891-908 Downloads
Maria‐Therese Gustafsson, Almut Schilling‐Vacaflor and Andrea Lenschow
From voluntary to mandatory corporate accountability: The politics of the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act pp. 909-926 Downloads
David Weihrauch, Sophia Carodenuto and Sina Leipold
An integrated approach to corporate due diligence from a human rights, environmental, and TWAIL perspective pp. 927-943 Downloads
Fatimazahra Dehbi and Olga Martin‐Ortega
Mandatory due diligence laws and climate change litigation: Bridging the corporate climate accountability gap? pp. 944-953 Downloads
Mikko Rajavuori, Annalisa Savaresi and Harro van Asselt
Traceability and foreign corporate accountability in mineral supply chains pp. 954-969 Downloads
Svenja Schöneich, Christina Saulich and Melanie Müller
The devil is in the detail—The need for a decolonizing turn and better environmental accountability in global supply chain regulations: A comment pp. 970-979 Downloads
Michael Mason, Lena Partzsch and Teresa Kramarz
Governance reforms and public acceptance of regulatory decisions: Cross‐national evidence from linked survey experiments on pesticides authorization in the European Union pp. 980-999 Downloads
Jonathan Zeitlin, David van der Duin, Theresa Kuhn, Maria Weimer and Martin Dybdahl Jensen
The government behind insurance governance: Lessons for ransomware pp. 1000-1020 Downloads
Tom Baker and Anja Shortland
General courts, specialized courts, and the complementarity effect pp. 1021-1040 Downloads
Ehud Guttel, Alon Harel and Yuval Procaccia
Explaining variations in enforcement strategy: A comparison of the Swedish health care, eldercare, and compulsory school sector pp. 1041-1057 Downloads
Linda Moberg, Mio Fredriksson and Karin Leijon
Does appealability foster more citizen‐friendly decisions at the street level? pp. 1058-1075 Downloads
Sagi Gershgoren and Nissim Cohen
Regulatory intermediaries and value conflicts in policy implementation: Religious organizations and life‐and‐death policies in Belgium pp. 1076-1093 Downloads
Irina Ciornei, Eva‐Maria Euchner, Michalina Preisner and Ilay Yesil
Transparency and corruption: Measuring real transparency by a new index pp. 1094-1113 Downloads
Alina Mungiu‐Pippidi
Reputation management as an interplay of structure and agency: A strategic‐relational approach pp. 1114-1130 Downloads
Jan Boon
Regulatory overlap: A systematic quantitative literature review pp. 1131-1151 Downloads
Lachlan Robb, Trent Candy and Felicity Deane

Volume 17, issue 3, 2023

Going Nordic—Can the Nordic model tackle grand challenges and be a beacon to follow? pp. 595-607 Downloads
Caroline de la Porte, Mads Dagnis Jensen and Jon Kvist
Will there be a Nordic model in the platform economy? Evasive and integrative platform strategies in Denmark and Sweden pp. 608-626 Downloads
Anna Ilsøe and Carl Fredrik Söderqvist
Still a poster child for social investment? Changing regulatory dynamics of early childhood education and care in Denmark and Sweden pp. 628-643 Downloads
Caroline de la Porte, Trine P. Larsen and Åsa Lundqvist
Regulating the retirement age—Lessons from Nordic pension policy approaches pp. 644-657 Downloads
Fritz von Nordheim and Jon Kvist
The Nordic governments' responses to the Covid‐19 pandemic: A comparative study of variation in governance arrangements and regulatory instruments pp. 658-676 Downloads
Tom Christensen, Mads Dagnis Jensen, Michael Kluth, Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson, Kennet Lynggaard, Per Lægreid, Risto Niemikari, Jon Pierre, Tapio Raunio and Gústaf Adolf Skúlason
Hardening foreign corporate accountability through mandatory due diligence in the European Union? New trends and persisting challenges pp. 677-693 Downloads
Almut Schilling‐Vacaflor and Andrea Lenschow
Policy coherence versus regulatory governance. Electricity reforms in Algeria and Morocco pp. 694-708 Downloads
Emmanuelle Mathieu
Caught in quicksand? Compliance and legitimacy challenges in using regulatory sandboxes to manage emerging technologies pp. 709-725 Downloads
Walter G. Johnson
Preventing construction deaths: The role of public policies pp. 726-754 Downloads
Wayne Gray and John Mendeloff
China's corporate credit reporting system: A comparison with the United States and Germany pp. 755-771 Downloads
Theresa Krause, Mo Chen, Lena Wassermann, Doris Fischer and Jens Grossklags
Issue opacity and sustainability standard effectiveness pp. 772-790 Downloads
Frank Wijen and Mallory Elise Flowers
Regulating ethics in financial services: Engaging industry to achieve regulatory objectives pp. 791-809 Downloads
Joe McGrath and Ciaran Walker
Is regulatory innovation fit for purpose? A case study of adaptive regulation for advanced biotherapeutics pp. 810-832 Downloads
Giovanni De Grandis, Irina Brass and Suzanne S. Farid
Does personalization of officeholders undermine the legitimacy of the office? On perceptions of objectivity in legal decisionmaking pp. 833-850 Downloads
Ori Aronson, Julia Elad‐Strenger, Thomas Kessler and Yuval Feldman

Volume 17, issue 2, 2023

How do interests, ideas, and institutions affect multisectoral governance? The case of tobacco governance in two Pacific small island developing states pp. 313-327 Downloads
Dori Patay, Sharon Friel, Ashley Schram and Susan Sell
Tussle for space: The politics of mock‐compliance with global financial standards in developing countries pp. 328-345 Downloads
Florence Dafe and Rebecca Elisabeth Husebye Engebretsen
Epistemic contestation and interagency conflict: The challenge of regulating investment funds pp. 346-362 Downloads
Scott James and Lucia Quaglia
Support for behavioral nudges versus alternative policy instruments and their perceived fairness and efficacy pp. 363-371 Downloads
Peter John, Aaron Martin and Gosia Mikołajczak
The embedded flexibility of Nordic labor market models under pressure from EU‐induced dualization—The case of posted work in Denmark and Sweden pp. 372-388 Downloads
Jens Arnholtz
Toxic waste and public procurement: The defense sector as a disproportionate contributor to pollution from public–private partnerships pp. 389-410 Downloads
Dustin T. Hill and Mary B. Collins
Prescribing engagement in environmental risk assessment for gene drive technology pp. 411-424 Downloads
Sarah Hartley, Adam Kokotovich and Caroline McCalman
When private governance impedes multilateralism: The case of international pesticide governance pp. 425-448 Downloads
Fiona Kinniburgh, Henrik Selin, Noelle E. Selin and Miranda Schreurs
Is the government exhausting its powers? An empirical examination of eminent domain exercises in New York City pre‐ and post‐Kelo pp. 449-468 Downloads
Ronit Levine‐Schnur
“Carrying the black pot”: Food safety and risk in China's reactive regulatory state pp. 469-490 Downloads
Li Wang, David Demeritt and Henry Rothstein
Expert network interaction in the European Medicines Agency pp. 491-511 Downloads
Reini Schrama
Stay or exit: How do international nongovernmental organizations respond to institutional pressures under authoritarianism? pp. 512-530 Downloads
Hui Li and May Farid
Between technocracy and politics: How financial stability committees shape precautionary interventions in real estate markets pp. 531-548 Downloads
Matthias Thiemann and Bart Stellinga
The durability of governance reform: A two‐wave audit of notice and comment policymaking in China pp. 549-569 Downloads
Steven J. Balla and Zhoudan Xie
Framing policies to mobilize citizens' behavior during a crisis: Examining the effects of positive and negative vaccination incentivizing policies pp. 570-591 Downloads
Talia Goren, Itai Beeri and Dana R. Vashdi

Volume 17, issue 1, 2023

What drives compliance with COVID‐19 measures over time? Explaining changing impacts with Goal Framing Theory pp. 3-21 Downloads
Frédérique Six, Steven de Vadder, Monika Glavina, Koen Verhoest and Koen Pepermans
Judicial Self‐Governance Index: Towards better understanding of the role of judges in governing the judiciary pp. 22-42 Downloads
Katarína Šipulová, Samuel Spáč, David Kosař, Tereza Papoušková and Viktor Derka
Who captures whom? Regulatory misperceptions and the timing of cognitive capture pp. 43-60 Downloads
Georg Rilinger
Different encounter behaviors: Businesses in encounters with regulatory agencies pp. 61-82 Downloads
Helle Ørsted Nielsen and Vibeke Lehmann Nielsen
Participation in welfare legislation—A poverty‐aware paradigm pp. 83-102 Downloads
Yael Cohen‐Rimer
State‐led bricolage and the extension of collective governance: Hybridity in the Swiss skill formation system pp. 103-120 Downloads
Lukas Graf, Alexandra Strebel and Patrick Emmenegger
Engineering the expansion of higher education: High skills, advanced manufacturing, and the knowledge economy pp. 121-141 Downloads
Niccolo Durazzi
Accountability in the EU's para‐regulatory state: The case of the Economic and Monetary Union pp. 142-157 Downloads
Mark Dawson and Adina Maricut‐Akbik
How does organizational task matter for the reputation of public agencies? pp. 158-176 Downloads
Koen Verhoest, Jan Boon, Stefan Boye and Heidi H. Salomonsen
The politics of Uber: Infrastructural power in the United States and Europe pp. 177-194 Downloads
Jimena Valdez
When do people accept government paternalism? Theory and experimental evidence pp. 195-214 Downloads
Clareta Treger
Managing dissonance: Bureaucratic justice and public procurement pp. 215-233 Downloads
Richard Craven
A comparative analysis of Inspector responses to complaints about psychosocial and physical hazards pp. 234-249 Downloads
Sam Popple, Kïrsten Way, Richard Johnstone, Richard Croucher and Peta Miller
How regulations undervalue occupational fatalities pp. 250-271 Downloads
W Viscusi and Robert J. Cramer
How did international economic regulation survive the last period of deglobalization? pp. 272-289 Downloads
Perri 6, Eva Heims and Martha Prevezer
Reflective and decisive supervision: The role of participative leadership and team climate in joint decision‐making pp. 290-309 Downloads
Tessa Coffeng, Elianne F. van Steenbergen, Femke de Vries, Niklas K. Steffens and Naomi Ellemers
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