DescriptionLeading Interdisciplinary Conference
The Biennial Conference is the leading interdisciplinary conference on regulation and regulatory governance held in Europe, attracting researchers from all over the globe working in a wide range of disciplines including political science, law, accounting, business, sociology, economics, international relations, anthropology, public administration, and other related disciplines.
Prof. Julia Black has been elected winner of the Standing Group Award for Regulatory Studies Development for recognizing contributions to the field of regulatory governance by senior scholars. She succeeds 2014 winner David Levi-Faur. Prof. Black will accept the Award and give a speech afterwards at a ceremony which is scheduled during the conference dinner on Thursday 7 July. The winner of the Giandomenico Majone Prize for the best conference paper by a junior member of the profession will be announced at the dinner as well. Other conference highlights include a keynote lecture by specialist in US-China law and regulation Benjamin van Rooij, multiple round tables and panels, a solid attendance of junior researchers and established names alike
|Period||6 Jul 2016 → 8 Jul 2016|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- regulatory governance