- Code REGN8050
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by School of Regulation and Global Governance
- ANU College ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
- Course subject RegNet
- Areas of interest Law, Policy Studies, Political Communication, Management, Business Administration
- Academic career PGRD
- Dr Jarrett Blaustein
- Mode of delivery Online or In Person
Winter Session 2023
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This course is designed to help individual professionals and organisations understand and apply contemporary Australian and international approaches to effective regulation. Regulatory issues covered include regulatory complexity, risk assessment, responsiveness, compliance, regulating technology and managing stakeholders. It is for people who are currently managing regulatory portfolios and projects in government agencies (e.g. Access Canberra (ACT))—or who will do so in future. It also supports professionals who work with regulatory stakeholders, including business and industry, Territory, State and Federal government agencies, the legislature, community actors and the media. Adopting an applied approach, the course uses case studies, hands-on assessments and recognised examples of regulatory excellence from Australia, Europe, North America and Asia and the Pacific. In doing so, it facilitates a collaborative learning environment that draws on regulatory scholarship as well as the experience of different regulatory actors and course participants.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Identify and define core ideas in regulation and compliance;
- Demonstrate advanced theories that inform foundational regulatory ideas;
- Describe and debate the advantages and limits of different regulatory instruments and approaches in the Australian context;
- Analyze the role and influence of a diverse range of regulatory actors;
- Demonstrate an understanding and interpret selected Australian and international case studies and apply these insights to everyday regulatory challenges in the ACT
- Interpret selected Australian and international case studies and apply these insights to everyday regulatory challenges.
- Business memo (25) [LO 1,2,3,4,5]
- Group project (25) [LO 2,3,4,5]
- Research Essay (50) [LO 2,3,4,5]
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The total workload for the course is 130 hours including independent study. 130 hours of total student learning time made up from:
a) 7 contact hours per day x 5 days (35 hours total)
b) 95 hours of independent student research, reading and writing.
No single prescribed text. A variety of readings from multiple sources will be made available.
The course does not require any prior study at tertiary level; it builds on your professional and practical knowledge in the field.
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