Henry Rothstein
Henry Rothstein
Reader in Risk and Regulation, Department of Geography, King's College London
Bekræftet mail på kcl.ac.uk - Startside
TitelCiteret afÅr
The government of risk: Understanding risk regulation regimes
C Hood, H Rothstein, R Baldwin
OUP Oxford, 2001
12552001
A theory of risk colonization: The spiralling regulatory logics of societal and institutional risk
H Rothstein, M Huber, G Gaskell
Economy and society 35 (1), 91-112, 2006
3892006
Risk regulation under pressure: problem solving or blame shifting?
C Hood, H Rothstein
Administration & society 33 (1), 21-53, 2001
1252001
Regulatory science—towards a sociological framework
A Irwin, H Rothstein, S Yearley, E McCarthy
Futures 29 (1), 17-31, 1997
1171997
Risk and the limits of governance: Exploring varied patterns of risk‐based governance across E urope
H Rothstein, O Borraz, M Huber
Regulation & Governance 7 (2), 215-235, 2013
1062013
The risks of risk-based regulation: Insights from the environmental policy domain
H Rothstein, P Irving, T Walden, R Yearsley
Environment international 32 (8), 1056-1065, 2006
1002006
The institutional origins of risk: A new agenda for risk research
H Rothstein
Routledge 8 (3), 215-221, 2006
912006
Business risk management in government: pitfalls and possibilities
CC Hood, H Rothstein
CARR Discussion Paper No. 0 (Launch Paper), 2000
91*2000
Neglected risk regulation: the institutional attenuation phenomenon
H Rothstein
Health, Risk & Society 5 (1), 85-103, 2003
772003
Precautionary bans or sacrificial lambs? Participative risk regulation and the reform of the UK food safety regime
HF Rothstein
Public Administration 82 (4), 857-881, 2004
512004
Regulatory science, Europeanization, and the control of agrochemicals
H Rothstein, A Irwin, S Yearley, E McCarthy
Science, technology, & human values 24 (2), 241-264, 1999
491999
‘Renewing Defra’: Exploring the Emergence of Risk‐Based Policymaking in UK Central Government
H Rothstein, J Downer
Public Administration 90 (3), 781-799, 2012
432012
Where risk society meets the regulatory state: Exploring variations in risk regulation regimes
C Hood, H Rothstein, R Baldwin, J Rees, M Spackman
Risk Management 1 (1), 21-34, 1999
381999
Mobilizing risk: explaining policy transfer in food and occupational safety regulation in the UK
D Demeritt, H Rothstein, AL Beaussier, M Howard
Environment and Planning A 47 (2), 373-391, 2015
362015
The risk organisation: or how organisations reconcile themselves to failure
M Huber, H Rothstein
Journal of Risk Research 16 (6), 651-675, 2013
332013
Escaping the regulatory net: Why regulatory reform can fail consumers
H Rothstein
Law & Policy 27 (4), 520-548, 2005
282005
Risk regulation, management and compliance
R Baldwin, B Hutter, H Rothstein
London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 2000
282000
Accounting for failure: risk-based regulation and the problems of ensuring healthcare quality in the NHS
AL Beaussier, D Demeritt, A Griffiths, H Rothstein
Health, risk & society 18 (3-4), 205-224, 2016
262016
Explaining risk regulation regimes: exploring the ‘minimal feasible response’hypothesis
C Hood, H Rothstein, M Spackman, WJ Rees, R Baldwin
Health, risk & society 1 (2), 151-166, 1999
261999
Assessing the Dangerous Dogs Act: when does a regulatory law fail?
C Hood, R Baldwin, H Rothstein
Public Law, 282-305, 2000
252000
Systemet kan ikke foretage handlingen nu. Prøv igen senere.
Artikler 1–20