From the Director, Professor Kate Henne

For over 20 years, RegNet has influenced academic debates, contributing key ideas that have enhanced regulatory practice and led to more equitable approaches to governance. Today, the School continues to address the big issues that define our world through cutting-edge research and education.

Kate Henne

Our story

RegNet

RegNet carries out transformative research that develops innovative ways of responding to the complex and interconnected challenges of the 21st century. Our work is distinctly interdisciplinary and focuses on improving the governance of major social, economic, environmental and health issues. We embrace forward-looking and big-picture thinking, recognising that regulation is essential to understanding governance in our globalised world.

Our School’s character is unique: we are inclusive and cooperative in our approach while being bold and ambitious in our actions. A diverse network of experts sustains our vibrant community. Working collaboratively, we generate knowledge that informs policy, regulatory practice and public discourse in Australia, Asia, the Pacific and globally.

 

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RegNet adopts an integrated and holistic approach to research, education and outreach. Robust research is the foundation for our education programs, which are designed to train the regulatory leaders of today and tomorrow. Our engagement work brings academics and practitioners together to address some of society’s greatest concerns – climate change, conflict and injustice, disruptive technologies, economic and health inequality and geopolitical contestation.

RegNet Strategic Plan 2021-2025

Learn more about our purpose, vision, governance and plans for the future in the RegNet Strategic Plan 2021-2025. 

RegNet Annual Report

Learn more about the initiatives, engagement and innovative contributions enabled by our dynamic community in the RegNet Annual Reports.

Academic Alumni

The School has been home world-class academic researchers who have contributed to RegNet's position as a world leader in the study and application of regulation and governance.

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School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)
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Canberra ACT 2600

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