In order to do so the book develops a systems based concept of a risk regulation regime which enables comparative description and analysis of the rules institutional arrangements and cultures that are bound up with the handling of risk within and between regimes. The government of risk understanding risk regulation regimes christopher hood henry rothstein robert baldwin on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers why does regulation vary so dramatically from one area to another why are vast sums spent on controlling some risks but not on others. Regimes are also influenced by a number of pressures that inform the nature of the risk regulation regime hood et al 2001 suggest that at least three pressures shape risk regu lation regimes . The government of risk is a study of how risk has been regulated across different policy domains and an analysis of the variation in order to explore the dynamics of risk regulation regimes this book is carefully structured and edited with many references and footnotes to enable the authors to maintain a clear train of thought. The comparative anatomy of risk regulation regimes 3 nine risk regulation regimes compared part ii explaining variation in risk regulation regimes 4 how far does context shape content 5 exploring the market failure hypothesis 6 opinion responsive government and risk regulation 7 interests lobbies and experts 8
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