Power-knowledge and the performativity of risk regulation in the Australian pipeline industry
Questions about regulatory effectiveness arise in the wake of catastrophic events involving technological risk. Criticism is often couched in terms of ‘regulatory failure’ or ‘regulatory capture’, reproducing discourses of responsibility that take regulatory failure for granted. These discourses black box ideas of ‘failure’ and ‘capture’ and, in so doing, fail to address a range of alternative, albeit largely underexplored, discourses and assemblages implicated in the power relationships that...[Show more]
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