"Framing the Commons is a product of the Regulatory Reform Project, a $1.85 million research project led by Victoria University Law School (partnering with NZIER and Chapman Tripp) and funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation ... analyses the challenges of developing regulation in New Zealand, including how to work with New Zealand's unique features; the role of experimentation, monitoring and review; finding the balance between certainty and discretion in regulation; and the pros and cons of the analytical techniques (such as cost-benefit analysis) that are used for evaluating regulations once they are implemented"--Publisher information.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Features of the uniqueness of New Zealand and their role in regulation / Susy Frankel and John Yeabsley Learning the way forward? : the role of monitoring, evaluation and review / Derek Gill and Susy Frankel Experimentation and regulation / Joel Colón-Ríos Certainty and discretion in New Zealand regulation / Daniel Kalderimis, Chris Nixon and Tim Smith Voyage of discovery : how do we bring analytical techniques to state-driven behaviour change? / Chris Nixon and John Yeabsley.
KUQ982 .F73 2014
Wellington : Victoria University Press, 2014.