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Scholar argues that shaming is an effective tool against violators of regulations.
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Scholar discusses the role of policy learning and reputation in regulatory excellence.
Leading regulatory scholar provides strategic advice for improving regulatory enforcement.
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Expert uses public administration and business management principles to create framework for good governance.
Scholars argue for legal mandates requiring regulations to do more good than harm.
Scholar claims that advancing the public interest, engagement, and bureaucratic savvy make agencies great.
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