Centre for Regulatory Studies

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Supermarket Power in Australian Symposium - 1 August 2013

This Symposium was a joint initiative of CLEN and Monash University's Centre for Regulatory Studies and was co-convened by Professor Caron Beaton-Wells, the Director of CLEN and Professor Christine Parker, of the Monash Centre.

Full information about the event has been compiled and uploaded to the Competition Law & Economics Network website.

Is it the end of the cab rank rule? - 28 February 2013

In this forum presented by the Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies and the McCabe Centre, Professor John Flood (visiting legal sociologist from University of Westminster) summarised the report on the impact of the cab rank rule on the market for legal services in the UK.

Video: Is it the end of the line for the cab rank rule?

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The regulatory sector at a national and international level is extensive and complex, but the study of regulation is a relatively new discipline.

The Monash Centre for Regulatory Studies brings together the wide range of knowledge and expertise within Monash University to provide a focus for teaching and research in regulation.

Through our postgraduate teaching program, we offer a core set of ideas, theories and skills to enable practitioners to analyse and deal with contemporary regulatory challenges.

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