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Volume 10, issue 4, 2016

Achilles' heels of governance: Critical capacity deficits and their role in governance failures pp. 301-313 Downloads
Michael Howlett and M. Ramesh
Global nanotechnology regulatory governance from a network analysis perspective pp. 314-334 Downloads
Reut Snir and Gilad Ravid
Representative bureaucracy and seconded national government officials in the European Commission pp. 335-349 Downloads
Zuzana Murdoch, Jarle Trondal and Benny Geys
Ingredients of institutional reputations and citizen engagement with regulators pp. 350-367 Downloads
Tereza Capelos, Colin Provost, Maria Parouti, Julie Barnett, Jonathan Chenoweth, Chris Fife‐Schaw and Tanika Kelay
Making sense of the legal and judicial architectures of regional trade agreements worldwide pp. 368-383 Downloads
Francesco Duina
Is the SEC a learning regulator? Lessons from proxy access pp. 384-398 Downloads
Aviv Pichhadze

Volume 10, issue 3, 2016

Do parties matter in delegation? Partisan preferences and the creation of regulatory agencies in Europe pp. 193-210 Downloads
Laurenz Ennser‐Jedenastik
Formal independence of regulatory agencies and Varieties of Capitalism: A case of institutional complementarity? pp. 211-229 Downloads
Igor Guardiancich and Mattia Guidi
Are regulatory agencies independent in practice? Evidence from board members in Spain pp. 230-247 Downloads
Xavier Fernández‐i‐Marín, Jacint Jordana and Andrea C. Bianculli
When doctors shape policy: The impact of self‐regulation on governing human biotechnology pp. 248-261 Downloads
Isabelle Engeli and Christine Rothmayr Allison
When experimentalist governance meets science‐based regulations; the case of food safety regulations pp. 262-283 Downloads
Susanne Wengle
The dynamics of doping: Lance Armstrong, the United States Anti‐Doping Agency and the regulatory governance of professional cycling pp. 284-297 Downloads
Hans de Bruijn, Martijn Groenleer and Theo van Ruijven

Volume 10, issue 2, 2016

Dysfunctional institutions? Toward a New Agenda in Governance Studies pp. 115-125 Downloads
Aseem Prakash and Matthew Potoski
Nonsectarian welfare statements pp. 126-133 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Accountability and global governance: The view from paternalism pp. 134-148 Downloads
Michael Barnett
Dysfunctional state institutions, trust, and governance in areas of limited statehood pp. 149-160 Downloads
Tanja A. Börzel and Thomas Risse
The challenges of fractionalized property rights in public‐private hybrid organizations: The good, the bad, and the ugly pp. 161-178 Downloads
Aidan Vining and David Weimer
Congressional dysfunction: An information processing perspective pp. 179-190 Downloads
Jonathan Lewallen, Sean M. Theriault and Bryan D. Jones

Volume 10, issue 1, 2016

The authoritarian logic of regulatory pluralism: Understanding China's new environmental actors pp. 3-13 Downloads
Benjamin van Rooij, Rachel E. Stern and Kathinka Fürst
Regulatory dynamism of environmental mobilization in urban China pp. 14-28 Downloads
Thomas R. Johnson
Judicial enforcement deputies: Causes and effects of Chinese judges enforcing environmental administrative decisions pp. 29-43 Downloads
Xuehua Zhang
Prosecutorial regulation in the Global South: Environmental civil litigation by prosecutors in China compared to Brazil pp. 44-57 Downloads
Yifan Shi and Benjamin van Rooij
Command without control: The case of China's environmental target system pp. 58-74 Downloads
Genia Kostka
Jurisdictional integration: A framework for measuring and predicting the depth of international regulatory cooperation in competition policy pp. 75-92 Downloads
Murray Petrie
Turning defiance into compliance with procedural justice: Understanding reactions to regulatory encounters through motivational posturing pp. 93-109 Downloads
Kristina Murphy

Volume 9, issue 4, 2015

Different ways of blowing the whistle: Explaining variations in decentralized enforcement in the UK and France pp. 309-324 Downloads
Julien Etienne
The “Europeanization” of the Basel process: Financial harmonization between globalization and parliamentarization pp. 325-338 Downloads
Justin Greenwood and Christilla Roederer‐Rynning
Protecting the living: Managerialism and professional turf wars in risk regulatory death investigations pp. 339-351 Downloads
Myles Leslie
Regulating business or policing crime? Tracing the policy convergence between taxation and crime control at the local level pp. 352-366 Downloads
Magnus Hörnqvist
Conceptualizing and theorizing EU regulatory networks pp. 367-376 Downloads
Michael Blauberger and Berthold Rittberger

Volume 9, issue 3, 2015

Governing global production: An editor's introduction pp. 203-204 Downloads
Tim Bartley
Codes in context: How states, markets, and civil society shape adherence to global labor standards pp. 205-223 Downloads
Michael W. Toffel, Jodi L. Short and Melissa Ouellet
Production goes global, compliance stays local: Private regulation in the global electronics industry pp. 224-242 Downloads
Greg Distelhorst, Richard M. Locke, Timea Pal and Hiram Samel
Governing health and safety at lower tiers of the computer industry global value chain pp. 243-258 Downloads
Khalid Nadvi and Gale Raj‐Reichert
Fragmented or cohesive transnational private regulation of sustainability standards? A comparative study pp. 259-275 Downloads
Luc Fransen and Thomas Conzelmann
Correlates of rigorous and credible transnational governance: A cross‐sectoral analysis of best practice compliance in eco‐labeling pp. 276-293 Downloads
Hamish van der Ven
Innovation and public space: The developmental possibilities of regulation in the global south pp. 294-308 Downloads
Steven Samford

Volume 9, issue 2, 2015

Regulatory capabilities: A normative framework for assessing the distributional effects of regulation pp. 95-107 Downloads
Fabrizio Cafaggi and Katharina Pistor
Transnational private governance between the logics of empowerment and control pp. 108-124 Downloads
Graeme Auld, Stefan Renckens and Benjamin Cashore
Timing as a source of regulatory influence: A technical elite network analysis of global finance pp. 125-143 Downloads
Ranjit Lall
The Transformation of organic regulation: The ambiguous effects of publicization pp. 144-159 Downloads
Alessandra Arcuri
For fear of popular politics? Public attention and the delegation of authority to the United States executive branch pp. 160-177 Downloads
Stéphane Lavertu
Regulatory capitalism and its discontents: Bilateral interdependence and the adaptability of regulatory styles pp. 178-192 Downloads
John Kojiro Yasuda and Christopher Ansell
Does regulation kill jobs?: The limits of quantification pp. 193-201 Downloads
David M. Driesen

Volume 9, issue 1, 2015

How the World Trade Organization shapes regulatory governance pp. 1-15 Downloads
Gregory Shaffer
The iteration deficit in responsive regulation: Are regulatory ambassadors an answer? pp. 16-29 Downloads
John Braithwaite and Seung‐Hun Hong
Crowdsourcing and regulatory reviews: A new way of challenging red tape in British government? pp. 30-46 Downloads
Martin Lodge and Kai Wegrich
The unstable core of global finance: Contingent valuation and governance of international accounting standards pp. 47-62 Downloads
Daniel Mügge and Bart Stellinga
Corruption and marketization: Formal and informal rules in Chinese public procurement pp. 63-76 Downloads
Ting Gong and Na Zhou
The challenge of accountability in complex regulatory networks: The case of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill pp. 77-91 Downloads
Russell W. Mills and Christopher J. Koliba
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