Introducing The Regulation Podcast
Welcome to The Regulation Podcast – helping you to understand what regulation is all about, what it’s all for and why it matters to you, to businesses, to organisations and to the public.
Listen to our new podcast show packed full of insightful interviews with practitioners and academics, and energetic discussions on many aspects of regulatory theory and practice. Each new episode will be available to listen to on this page with links sent to all Institute members.
Episode 5 - Anticipatory Regulation
In Episode 5, we are joined by Geoff Mulgan, Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation at University College London who has been advising and driving public policy and strategy for the last 30 years. Listen in, as Geoff explores:
• Has effective regulation has helped deliver better social outcomes in the UK?
• How can better regulation help to create a world in which people thrive and where we improve our democracy, welfare, neighbourhoods or education?
• Post Brexit, what are the biggest regulatory challenges facing the UK?
• The role of ‘anticipatory regulation’ in helping regulators and government identify, build and test solutions to emerging challenges
Episode 4 – The Language of Regulation
In Episode 4, we are joined by Grant Pink, Managing Director at RECAP Consultants, and Author of the well-thumbed book “Navigating Regulatory Language: An A to Z Guide”, as he discusses:
Episode 3 – Regulating Transport
In Episode 3, the Civil Aviation Authority's Policy and Strategy Director Tim Johnson discusses the complex world of aviation, focusing on:
Episode 2 – Regulating Education
In Episode 2, Ofsted’s Matthew Coffey and Ofqual’s Michael Hanton discuss:
Episode 1 – The Power of Regulation
In Episode 1 of The Regulation Podcast, Founder of The Institute of Regulation and Chief Executive of Equality and Human Rights Commission, Marcial Boo, discusses: