Regulation in the age of governance: the rise of the post- regulatory state
Introduction : This chapter forms part of a larger project examining governance ‘beyond the regulatory state’. Governance has been defined in a variety of ways in both official and secondary literatures. In this chapter the ‘age of governance’ is conceived in terms of recognizing the dispersal of capacities and resources relevant to the exercise of power among a wide range of state, non-state and supranational actors. An analysis in which governance is no longer seen as the exclusive...[Show more]
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