Peter Grabosky - Refuelling stops on the tortuous road to regulatory theory

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In this seminar, renowned cybercrime scholar Peter Grabosky revisits the intellectual parentage of some of the ideas that he and his collaborators have worked with over the past four decades. These include, inter alia, the mobilisation of non-state actors in furtherance of regulatory objectives; various unconventional regulatory instruments such as ridicule, reward, and commercial influences; the risk of adverse unintended consequences of regulatory interventions; and the convergence of ostensibly unrelated policy domains such as public health and criminal justice.

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