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Volume 16, issue 4, 2022

Fine me if you can: Fixed asset intensity and enforcement of environmental regulations in China pp. 983-1004 Downloads
Xun Cao, Qing Deng, Xiaojun Li and Zijie Shao
Alone in the campaign: Distrust in regulators and the coping of front‐line workers pp. 1005-1021 Downloads
Maayan Davidovitz and Nissim Cohen
Compliance, defiance, and the dependency trap: International Monetary Fund program interruptions and their impact on capital markets pp. 1022-1041 Downloads
Bernhard Reinsberg, Thomas Stubbs and Alexander Kentikelenis
Regulatory agencies, reputational threats, and communicative responses pp. 1042-1057 Downloads
Tobias Bach, Marlene Jugl, Dustin Köhler and Kai Wegrich
The right to contest automated decisions under the General Data Protection Regulation: Beyond the so‐called “right to explanation” pp. 1058-1078 Downloads
Emre Bayamlıoğlu
Regulating for integration by behavioral design: An evidence‐based approach for culturally responsive regulation pp. 1079-1100 Downloads
Netta Barak‐Corren
Network‐led advocacy for a green shipping transformation: A case study of governance networks in the Norwegian maritime sector pp. 1101-1118 Downloads
Agnete Hessevik
The effect of regulation‐driven trade barriers and governance quality on export entrepreneurship pp. 1119-1140 Downloads
Jonathan Munemo
When the paper tiger bites: Evidence of compliance with unenforced regulation among employers in Sweden pp. 1141-1159 Downloads
Axel Cronert
The Politics of preemption: American federalism and risk regulation pp. 1160-1173 Downloads
David Vogel
Beyond government size: Types of government intervention and corruption pp. 1174-1196 Downloads
Germà Bel
How many regulations does it take to get a beer? The geography of beer regulations pp. 1197-1210 Downloads
Aaron J. Staples, Dustin Chambers and Trey Malone
The influence of the legislative and judicial branches on moral judgment and norm perception with the special case of judicial intervention pp. 1211-1232 Downloads
Maor Zeev‐Wolf and Avital Mentovich
In and out of revolving doors in European Union financial regulatory authorities pp. 1233-1249 Downloads
Adam William Chalmers, Robyn Klingler‐Vidra, Alfio Puglisi and Lisa Remke
The multi‐agencies dilemma of delegation: Why do policymakers choose one or multiple agencies for financial regulation? pp. 1250-1264 Downloads
Manuela Moschella and Luca Pinto
Challenging the regulators: Enforcement and appeals in financial regulation pp. 1265-1282 Downloads
Roy Gava
Perspectives in the study of the political economy of COVID‐19 vaccine regulation pp. 1283-1289 Downloads
Elize M. da Fonseca, Holly Jarman, Elizabeth J. King and Scott L. Greer
Understanding regulatory cultures: The case of water regulatory reforms in India pp. 1290-1305 Downloads
Shilpi Srivastava
The UN Sustainable Development Goals as a North Star: How an intermediary network makes, takes, and retrofits the meaning of the Sustainable Development Goals pp. 1306-1324 Downloads
Onna M. van den Broek and Robyn Klingler‐Vidra
Reconfiguring governance: How cyber security regulations are reconfiguring water governance pp. 1325-1342 Downloads
Ola Michalec, Sveta Milyaeva and Awais Rashid
Process effects of multistakeholder institutions: Theory and evidence from the Open Government Partnership pp. 1343-1361 Downloads
Daniel Berliner, Alex Ingrams and Suzanne J. Piotrowski
Why de‐judicialize? Explaining state preferences on judicialization in World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body and Investor‐to‐State Dispute Settlement reforms pp. 1362-1381 Downloads
Johann Robert Basedow
Orchestrating private investors for development: How the World Bank revitalizes pp. 1382-1398 Downloads
Eugenia C. Heldt and Thomas Dörfler
Building anti‐corruption agency collaboration and reputation: Hanging together or separately hanged pp. 1399-1419 Downloads
Nicholas Bautista‐Beauchesne
Thatcher, Mark and Vlanda, Tim (2021). Foreign states in domestic markets: Sovereign wealth funds and the West. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press pp. 1420-1421 Downloads
Lucia Quaglia
Braithwaite, John (2022). Macrocriminology and freedom. Canberra, Australia: Australia National University Press pp. 1422-1423 Downloads
Melissa Rorie
Lehdonvirta, Vili (2022). Cloud Empires: How digital platforms are overtaking the state and how we can regain control. MA, USA: The MIT Press pp. 1424-1425 Downloads
Timo Seidl
Jordan, Andrew and Gravey, Viviane (2021). Environmental policy in the EU: Actors, institutions and processes. London, UK: Routledge pp. 1426-1427 Downloads
Paul Tobin
Coen, David, Katsaitis, Alexander, and Vannoni, Matia (2021). Business Lobbying in the European Union. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press pp. 1428-1429 Downloads
Scott James

Volume 16, issue 3, 2022

Taxation: A Regulatory Multilevel Governance Perspective pp. 621-633 Downloads
Thomas Rixen and Brigitte Unger
Technocracy in the Era of Twitter: Between intergovernmentalism and supranational technocratic politics in global tax governance pp. 634-652 Downloads
Sol Picciotto
A victim of regulatory arbitrage? Automatic exchange of information and the use of golden visas and corporate shells pp. 653-672 Downloads
Leo Ahrens, Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen
Is Panama really your tax haven? Secrecy jurisdictions and the countries they harm pp. 673-704 Downloads
Petr Janský, Markus Meinzer and Miroslav Palansky
Professional action in global wealth chains pp. 705-721 Downloads
Rasmus Corlin Christensen, Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan
Regulating havens: The role of hard and soft governance of tax experts in conditions of secrecy and low regulation pp. 722-737 Downloads
Sheila Killian, Philip O'Regan, Ruth Lynch, Martin Laheen and Dionysios Karavidas
Using “responsive regulation” to reduce tax base erosion pp. 738-759 Downloads
James Alm, Peter Gerbrands and Erich Kirchler
Bilateral responsive regulation and international tax competition: An agent‐based simulation pp. 760-780 Downloads
Peter Gerbrands, Brigitte Unger and Joras Ferwerda
Shedding light inside the black box of implementation: Tax crimes as a predicate crime for money laundering pp. 781-800 Downloads
Lucia Rossel, Brigitte Unger and Joras Ferwerda
Indirect moral governance in prostitution policy: How regulators incorporate stigmatized actors in intermediation processes pp. 801-817 Downloads
Eva‐Maria Euchner and Nicolle Zeegers
Beyond client criminalization: Analyzing collaborative governance arrangements for combatting prostitution and trafficking in Sweden pp. 818-835 Downloads
Josefina Erikson and Oscar L. Larsson
Ruling under a shadow of moral hierarchy: Regulatory intermediaries in the governance of prostitution pp. 836-857 Downloads
Eva‐Maria Euchner
Responsibilization through regulatory intermediaries in informal markets: Examining the governance of prostitution in India pp. 858-874 Downloads
Yugank Goyal
The responsibilization of entrepreneurs in legalized local prostitution in the Netherlands pp. 875-891 Downloads
Eelco van Wijk and Peter Mascini
The fit between regulatory instruments and targets: Regulating the economic integration of migrants pp. 892-909 Downloads
Markus Hinterleitner, David Kaufmann and Eva Thomann
How do external conditions affect the design of local governments' sustainability strategies? pp. 910-929 Downloads
Hyunjung Ji and Nicole Darnall
Governing through non‐enforcement: Regulatory forbearance as industrial policy in advanced economies pp. 930-950 Downloads
Matías Dewey and Donato Di Carlo
Organized denial at work: The difficult search for consistencies in French pesticide regulation pp. 951-973 Downloads
François Dedieu
The end of Nudge and the beginning of The Behavioral Code? pp. 974-978 Downloads
Jeroen van der Heijden

Volume 16, issue 2, 2022

The politics of platform capitalism: A case study on the regulation of Uber in New York pp. 357-374 Downloads
Timo Seidl
Accountability in transnational governance: The partial organization of voluntary sustainability standards in long‐term account‐giving pp. 375-391 Downloads
Nadine Arnold
The hybrid regulatory regime in turbulent times: The role of the state in China's stock market crisis in 2015–2016 pp. 392-408 Downloads
Chen Li, Huanhuan Zheng and Yunbo Liu
Governing through markets: Multinational firms in the bazaar economy pp. 409-426 Downloads
Amy J. Cohen and Jason Jackson
The rise of the Swiss regulatory healthcare state: On preserving the just in the quest for the better (or less expensive?) pp. 427-447 Downloads
Melanie Levy
The impact of economic regulation on growth: Survey and synthesis pp. 448-469 Downloads
James Broughel and Robert W. Hahn
Quo Vadis? Career paths of Brazilian regulators pp. 470-486 Downloads
Alketa Peci, Aline de Menezes Santos and Bruno César Pino Oliveira de Araújo
Steering global energy governance: Who governs and what do they do? pp. 487-499 Downloads
Christian Downie
Time to certify: Explaining varying efficiency of private regulatory audits pp. 500-518 Downloads
Stefan Renckens and Graeme Auld
Property rights and climate migration: Adaptive governance in the South Pacific pp. 519-535 Downloads
Daniel Fitzpatrick and Rebecca Monson
Customer‐centric regulation: The case of Victorian urban water sector pp. 536-556 Downloads
Jayanath Ananda, Nicholas Pawsey and Tahmid Nayeem
More power, more control: The legitimizing role of expertise in Frontex after the refugee crisis pp. 557-571 Downloads
Trym N. Fjørtoft
Co‐creating ambitious climate change mitigation goals: The Copenhagen experience pp. 572-587 Downloads
Eva Sørensen and Jacob Torfing
Regime complexity and managing financial data streams: The orchestration of trade reporting for derivatives pp. 588-602 Downloads
Lucia Quaglia and Aneta Spendzharova
Crises as driver of policy accumulation: Regulatory change and ratcheting in German asylum policies between 1975 and 2019 pp. 603-617 Downloads
Christoph Knill and Yves Steinebach

Volume 16, issue 1, 2022

Algorithmic regulation: A maturing concept for investigating regulation of and through algorithms pp. 3-22 Downloads
Lena Ulbricht and Karen Yeung
Extending the framework of algorithmic regulation. The Uber case pp. 23-44 Downloads
Florian Eyert, Florian Irgmaier and Lena Ulbricht
Algorithmic governance: A modes of governance approach pp. 45-62 Downloads
Daria Gritsenko and Matthew Wood
Data jurisdictions and rival regimes of algorithmic regulation pp. 63-84 Downloads
Fleur Johns and Caroline Compton
Same, same, but different! Qualitative evidence on how algorithmic selection applications govern different life domains pp. 85-101 Downloads
Noemi Festic
The algorithmic regulation of security: An infrastructural perspective pp. 102-118 Downloads
Rocco Bellanova and Marieke de Goede
How to regulate algorithmic decision‐making: A framework of regulatory requirements for different applications pp. 119-136 Downloads
Tobias D. Krafft, Katharina A. Zweig and Pascal D. König
Demystifying the modernized European data protection regime: Cross‐disciplinary insights from legal and regulatory governance scholarship pp. 137-155 Downloads
Karen Yeung and Lee A. Bygrave
Comparing definitions of data and information in data protection law and machine learning: A useful way forward to meaningfully regulate algorithms? pp. 156-176 Downloads
Raphaël Gellert
Certification systems for machine learning: Lessons from sustainability pp. 177-196 Downloads
Kira J.M. Matus and Michael Veale
Human Judgment in algorithmic loops: Individual justice and automated decision‐making pp. 197-211 Downloads
Reuben Binns
Algorithmic state surveillance: Challenging the notion of agency in human rights pp. 212-224 Downloads
Eleni Kosta
Instrument choice, implementation structures, and the effectiveness of environmental policies: A cross‐national analysis pp. 225-242 Downloads
Yves Steinebach
The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs and the durability of regulatory oversight in the United States pp. 243-260 Downloads
Susan E. Dudley
Nudging the nudger: Toward a choice architecture for regulators pp. 261-273 Downloads
Susan E. Dudley and Zhoudan Xie
Why regulators assess risk differently: Regulatory style, business organization, and the varied practice of risk‐based food safety inspections across the EU pp. 274-292 Downloads
Olivier Borraz, Anne‐Laure Beaussier, Mara Wesseling, David Demeritt, Henry Rothstein, Marijke Hermans, Michael Huber and Regine Paul
Lost in the flood?: Agency responsiveness to mass comment campaigns in administrative rulemaking pp. 293-308 Downloads
Steven J. Balla, Alexander R. Beck, Elizabeth Meehan and Aryamala Prasad
Which firms leave multi‐stakeholder initiatives? An analysis of delistings from the United Nations Global Compact pp. 309-326 Downloads
Andreas Rasche, Wencke Gwozdz, Mathias Lund Larsen and Jeremy Moon
Trust but sometimes verify: Regulatory enforcement in attestation‐based immigration programs pp. 327-354 Downloads
Ben A. Rissing
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