A Philosophical Perspective on Regulation
Chapter 9: A contagious style
Chapter 9 concludes with a description of outsourced law as a particular style of regulation which is captured under the headings of instrumentalisation, externalisation, and differentiation, tendencies that are discernible not only in the kinds of rules which are made, but also in the ways actors regard each other as well as their own activities. Special attention is given here to the techniques and routines (audits, protocols, benchmarks) as bearers and transmitters of this style of regulation. Finally, outsourced legislation is compared and contrasted with Foucault’s ‘discipline’.
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