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Martin Lodge

The regulation of higher education has witnessed considerable challenges over the past two decades or so. One is the ‘audit explosion’ of national research and teaching quality regulatory regimes. The other is the growing international positional competition of national higher education systems and institutions that challenged the relevance of national regulation. This chapter summarizes change in regulatory regimes across (developed) countries to highlight the move towards regulation that has emphasized oversight and rivalry, but has maintained a considerable emphasis on peer-review. The chapters considers these overall trends and notes the unintended consequence of the diagnosed audit explosion and internationalized positional competition.

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Christopher Hood and Martin Lodge

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Edited by Julia Black, Martin Lodge and Mark Thatcher

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Regulatory Innovation

A Comparative Analysis

Edited by Julia Black, Martin Lodge and Mark Thatcher

Much hype has been generated about the importance of innovation for public and private sector organisations. Regulatory Innovation offers the first detailed study of regulatory innovation in a multiplicity of countries and domains. This book draws on in-depth studies of innovation in regulatory instruments and practices across high- and low-technology sectors, across different countries and from the early to the late 20th century. Highlighting different ‘worlds’ of regulatory innovation – those of the individual, the organization, the state, the global polity, and innovation itself, this book offers a fresh perspective and valuable insights for the practice and study of regulatory innovation.