Vol 44 No 3 (September 2011)

The third issue of Volume 44 was a special issue on “Responsive Regulation”. Both the preface by Cristie Ford & Natasha Affolder and the lead article on “The Essence of Responsive Regulation” by John Braithwaite provide further details on the timeliness of this topic.

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PREFACE

Cristie Ford & Natasha Affolder, “Responsive Regulation in Context, Circa 2011” pp 463-473
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 463
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FASKEN LECTURE

John Braithwaite, “The Essence of Responsive Regulation” pp 475-520
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 475
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ARTICLES

Natasha Affolder, “Why Study Large Projects? Environmental Regulation’s Neglected Frontier” pp 521-555
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 521
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Edward Balleisen, “The Global Financial Crisis and Responsive Regulation: Some Avenues for Historical Inquiry” pp 557-588
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 557
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Cristie Ford, “Macro- and Micro-Level Effects on Responsive Financial Regulation” pp 589-626
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 589
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Judith Freedman, “Responsive Regulation, Risk, and Rules: Applying the Theory to Tax Practice” pp 627-662
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 627
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Carol A. Heimer, “Disarticulated Responsiveness: The Theory and Practice of Responsive Regulation in Multi-Layered Systems” pp 663-693
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 663
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Dimity Kingsford Smith, “A Harder Nut to Crack? Responsive Regulation in the Financial Services Sector” pp 695-741
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 695
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Oren Perez, “Responsive Regulation and Second-Order Reflexivity: On the Limits of Regulatory Intervention” pp 743-778
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 743
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Janis Sarra, “Risk Management, Responsive Regulation, and Oversight of Structured Financial Product Markets” pp 779-834
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 779
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Dennis J. Ventry Jr., “Americans Don’t Hate Taxes, They Hate Paying Taxes” pp 835-889
Citation info: (2011) 44:3 UBC L Rev 835
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