The Governance and Regulation Cluster incorporates all Warwick scholars with interests in regulatory theory, governance theory and its application in different contexts, from banking and business to the provision of entertainment in the leisure industry.
Our research considers regulation and governance in both a national and international context. Research in this area is strongly influenced by current events.
The current financial crisis and cuts in public expenditure are having incremental effects on the interface between government, markets and the citizen.
We bring together staff and postgraduate students working in areas of international economic law, business and commercial law, corporate governance and financial regulation.
We provide a platform for hosting external scholars, policymakers and early career researchers in related fields at Warwick. We also act as a focal point for teaching and research on our specialised postgraduate taught and research degree programmes.
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- Anderson, Paul (2014) Reforming Law and Economy for a Sustainable Earth – Critical Though for Turbulent Times, New York: Routledge.
- Adelman, Sam (2015) ‘Epistemologies of Mastery’ in Grear, Anna and Kotze, Louis, eds., Research Handbook on Human Rights and the Environment, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Adelman, Sam (2015) ‘Environmental Rights: Climate Justice and Human Rights’ in Digiacomo, Gord, ed., Human Rights, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.