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Manuscripts conference regulating the public interest

At the conference on Tuesday november 17th, two new books will be presented in manuscript: one on regulation and self-regulation and the other on safeguarding the public interest, especially in the field of social security. Both books deal with the same topic: the rise of the regulatory state and the changing role of public and private regulation. Below, both the chapters and complete versions are available as PDF.  Printed versions of the manuscripts will be available at the conference.

NOTE: THESE ARE ALL MANUSCRIPTS: PLEASE DO NOT CITE OR QUOTE WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHORS

Self-regulation and the future of the regulatory state Social security as a public interest

Self-regulation and the future of the regulatory state

The complete version

1. Introduction: The Regulatory State of the Crossroads

Marc Hertogh & Pauline Westerman

2. Who is Regulating the Self?

Self-Regulation as Outsourced Rule-Making

Pauline Westerman

3. Crime and Custom in the Dutch Construction Industry:

A Socio-Legal Case Study of Self-Regulation

Marc Hertogh

4. Self-Regulation through Quality Management Systems

Anne-Wietske Enequist

5. Smoking Bans in the Netherlands:

A Mix of Self-Regulation and Regulation by Government

Heleen Weyers

6. Distinguishing True from other Hybrids,

A Case Study of the Merits and Pitfalls of Devolved Regulation in the UK

Nicolle Zeegers

7. Performance Measurement: its Legitimacy and its Efficacy

Anne Ruth Mackor

8. The Emergence and Use of Self-Regulation in the European

Decision-Making Process: Does it Make a Difference?

Tobias Nowak & Theo v/d Hoogen

9. Internet Governance and Global Self Regulation:

Theoretical and Empirical Building Blocks for a General Theory of Self-Regulation

Kees de Vey Mestdagh & Rudolf Rijgersberg

10. Mixed Regulation in International Security Politics:

the Case of Iran’s Nuclear Programme

Paul Rusman

Social security as a public interest

The complete version

1. Research plan and conclusions

Gijsbert Vonk & Albertjan Tollenaar

2. The public interest in social security: an economic perspective

Andries Nentjes & Edwin Woerdman

3. The pubic interests of social security: the social science approach

Mirjam Plantinga

4. The public interest and the welfare state: a legal approach

Gijsbert Vonk

5. The public interest in social security: contemporary political philosophy

Onno Brinkman

6. Safeguarding the public interest in social security: an economic perspective

Andries Nentjes & Edwin Woerdman

7.  Safeguarding public values in social security: a public administration perspective

Ko de Ridder

8. Safeguarding public interests: a legal perspective

Albertjan Tollenaar

9. Safeguarding the public sphere: a philosophical perspective

Pauline Westerman

NOTE: THESE ARE ALL MANUSCRIPTS: PLEASE DO NOT CITE OR QUOTE WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHORS

Laatst gewijzigd:21 mei 2014 11:02