(1607736) Regulatory Governance
Course Description :

The aim of this course is to provide an understanding and a broad institutional context in which regulatory policies necessarily operate. It is now widely accepted that regulatory practice is at least as important as regulatory design. Attention will therefore be given to the implementation of regulatory policies and the way regulatory outcomes are influenced by the interaction of legal, management and political processes.

Department :Business Economics
Program :Master Degree Regulation and Competition
Course Level :Master
Course Outline :

School of Business
Department of Business Economics


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