Regulatory Capitalism: How it Works, Ideas for Making it Work Better
In this sprawling and ambitious book John Braithwaite successfully manages to link the contemporary dynamics of macro political economy to the dynamics of citizen engagement and organisational activism at the micro intestacies of governance practices. Thi
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2 The cyclical nature of the challenges of regulatory capitalism
3 Privatized enforcement and the promise of regulatory capitalism
4 The nodal governance critique of responsive regulation
5 Regulatory capitalism business models and the knowledge economy
6 Can regulatory ritualism be transcended?
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