Recalibrating Behaviour: Smarter Regulation in a Global World (eBook)

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Recalibrating Behaviour: Smarter Regulation in a Gobal World addresses some complex regulatory questions and contributes to the ongoing task of improving regulatory outcomes.

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Regulation affects all aspects of life yet a detailed understanding of how to create and maintain effective regulation remains challenging.

Recalibrating Behaviour: Smarter Regulation in a Gobal World addresses some complex regulatory questions and contributes to the ongoing task of improving regulatory outcomes.

The book contains 15 chapters divided into four parts:

  1. Global Connectedness
  2. The Public Voice and Consumer Behaviour
  3. The Careful Art of Reducing Uncertain Outcomes
  4. The Institutions of Regulatory Regimes

Each chapter provides recommendations or frameworks pertaining to how New Zealand could achieve smarter regulation. This book develops the detailed issues and discussion that laid the foundation for the New Zealand Law Foundation’s Regulatory Reform Project, found in Learning from the Past, Adapting for the Future: Regulatory Reform in New Zealand (2011).

This text will be of interest to those who are interested in improving regulation for a globally connected New Zealand.

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Table of contents


  1. Introduction


PART I: Global Connectedness

  1. The Web of Trade Agreements and Alliances, and Impacts on Regulatory AutonomySusy Frankel, Meredith Kolsky Lewis, Chris Nixon and John Yeabsley

  2. Regulating FDI in New Zealand - Further AnalysisDaniel Kalderimis

  3. The Challenges of Trans-Tasman Intellectual Property Co-ordination Susy Frankel, Megan Richardson, Chris Nixon and John Yeabsley

  4. Competition Law and Policy: Can a Generalist Law be an Effective Regulator?Paul Scott


PART II: The Public Voice and Consumer Behaviour

  1. Public Participation in New Zealand's Regulatory Context Mark Bennett and Joel I Colón-Ríos

  2. Consumer Law and Paternalism: A framework for policy decision making Kate Tokeley

  3. The Regulation of Consumer Credit Products - Interrogating Assumptions about the Objects of Regulation Graeme Austin


PART III: The Careful Art of Reducing Uncertain Outcomes

  1. Defining the Ambit of Regulatory Takings Richard Boast and Susy Frankel

  2. General Anti-avoidance Rules as Regulatory Rules of the Fiscal System: Suggestions for Improvements to the New Zealand General Anti-avoidance RuleJohn Prebble

  3. Telecommunications and Electricity Industries: Uncertainty and Regulation Paul Scott

  4. Weathertight buildings. What lessons can be drawn from a complicated and evolving situation? Mike Hensen and James Zucello


PART IV: The Institutions of the Regulatory Regime

  1. When is an Act of Parliament an Appropriate Form of Regulation? Petra Butler

  2. Administrative Law through a Regulatory Lens: Situating Judicial Adjudication within a Wider Accountability Framework Dean Knight and Rayner Thwaites

  3. Applying the Logic of Regulatory Management to Regulatory Management in New Zealand Derek Gill