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LAW7317 - Evaluating what works in regulation

6 points, SCA Band 3, 0.125 EFTSL

Postgraduate Faculty of Law

Leader: Professor Graeme Hodge


Not offered in 2007


This unit will contribute to the achievement of a clear understanding of regulatory frameworks and processes, and the range of evaluation models adopted when assessing regulation in a political economy. It will also encompass a wide range of cases relevant to regulation. The Unit will enable students to achieve a more advanced and detailed knowledge of evaluation frameworks. The inclusion of economic, policy and quantitative evaluation methods will add interdisciplinary perspectives.

This unit introduces regulatory scholars to the evaluation of regulatory outcomes through various methods applied to date.


Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:


Regulation case study (3,750 words): 50% Research assignment (3,000 words): 40% Class participation: 10%

Contact hours

24 hours total per semester