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From Manifestos to Mandate: Analysing Pre-Election Party Promises – Andrew Archer

To kick things off with our discussion on policy planning and developments in the UK and internationally, former UK civil servant from the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills and Ministry of Justice, Andrew Archer, takes a look at the upcoming UK Parliamentary elections, compares the party manifestos, and explains the role of the civil Read more about From Manifestos to Mandate: Analysing Pre-Election Party Promises – Andrew Archer[…]

The Importance of Regulation & the Benefits of Regulatory Reform – Mark Dean

Following our previous work on regulation, we sought to further explore the topic in order to understand the extent of the need for regulatory review and reform. We spoke to long serving ex-civil servant and learning professional Mark Dean, who has focused his expertise on leadership in the regulation industry, competition and markets, and is Read more about The Importance of Regulation & the Benefits of Regulatory Reform – Mark Dean[…]

Regulation in the Water Industry: Neglecting the Need for Review – Alan Thomson

As part of our research agenda on regulation and regulatory affairs, we spoke with the brilliant Alan Thomson on the topic of regulation, in the context of the water industry specifically. Named one of the top 25 global leaders by Water and Waste International in 2016, Alan has significant experience at a senior level as a client, Read more about Regulation in the Water Industry: Neglecting the Need for Review – Alan Thomson[…]

The Shared Need for Regulatory Reform & Challenge of Realpolitik – Julius Sen

To launch our brand new interview series, we interviewed ex-civil servant of India and academic professional Julius Sen on the topic of regulation. Julius has worked extensively on a broad range of projects exploring the regulatory implications of commercial development and on the broader implications of regulatory decisions taken by governments, international institutions and regulators from Read more about The Shared Need for Regulatory Reform & Challenge of Realpolitik – Julius Sen[…]