Workshop: Managing Regulation, Enforcement and Compliance

Professor Malcolm Sparrow (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University) presents this workshop and examines the distinctive strategic and managerial challenges that surround government’s regulatory and enforcement functions, recognising that the quality of life in a democracy depends heavily on when and how government agencies exercise their coercive power over individuals and institutions.

This course will focus principally on issues of social regulation (the abatement or control of risks to society), although economic regulation will also be considered and discussed. The course focuses on the operations and management of regulatory and enforcement agencies rather than on reforms of the legal frameworks under which they operate. Current prescriptions for reform (such as those oriented toward customer service and process improvement) will be examined in light of the distinctive character of the regulatory task, which values broader public purposes more than satisfying individuals or corporations.

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Executive Education Team

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