Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Special Issue: Regulatory Intermediaries in the Age of Governance

The latest issue of the ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (Vol. 670, March 2017) focuses on "Regulatory Intermediaries in the Age of Governance." Contents include:
  • Regulatory Intermediaries in the Age of Governance
    • Kenneth W. Abbott, David Levi-Faur, & Duncan Snidal, Introducing Regulatory Intermediaries
    • Kenneth W. Abbott, David Levi-Faur, & Duncan Snidal, Theorizing Regulatory Intermediaries: The RIT Model
    • Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, Kate Macdonald, The Role of Beneficiaries in Transnational Regulatory Processes
    • Tetty Havinga & Paul Verbruggen, Understanding Complex Governance Relationships in Food Safety Regulation: The RIT Model as a Theoretical Lens
    • Timothy D. Lytton, The Taming of the Stew: Regulatory Intermediaries in Food Safety Governance
    • Graeme Auld & Stefan Renckens, Rule-Making Feedbacks through Intermediation and Evaluation in Transnational Private Governance
    • Allison Marie Loconto, Models of Assurance: Diversity and Standardization of Modes of Intermediation
    • Andreas Kruck, Asymmetry in Empowering and Disempowering Private Intermediaries: The Case of Credit Rating Agencies
    • Martino Maggetti, Christian Ewert, & Philipp Trein, Not Quite the Same: Regulatory Intermediaries in the Governance of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices
    • Nicole De Silva, Intermediary Complexity in Regulatory Governance: The International Criminal Court’s Use of NGOs in Regulating International Crimes
    • Axel Marx & Jan Wouters, Rule Intermediaries in Global Labor Governance
    • Jeroen van der Heijden, Brighter and Darker Sides of Intermediation: Target-Oriented and Self-Interested Intermediaries in the Regulatory Governance of Buildings
    • Tom Pegram, Regulatory Stewardship and Intermediation: Lessons from Human Rights Governance
    • Jacint Jordana, Transgovernmental Networks as Regulatory Intermediaries: Horizontal Collaboration and the Realities of Soft Power
    • Jean-Pierre Galland, Big Third-Party Certifiers and the Construction of Transnational Regulation
    • Kenneth W. Abbott, David Levi-Faur, & Duncan Snidal, Enriching the RIT Framework