Pragmatic Regulatory Design : The Case of Human Pathogens and Toxins Regulations in Canada

in Entreprises et Histoire , 97

par Huising, Ruthanne

2019 - 58-69 p. | En anglais

This paper examines the tensions involved in regulating innovative, flexible organizations and their activities in the interest of public health and security. Drawing on a longitudinal case of regulatory design, it traces how a government agency used an approach that: 1) took into account situated practice and multiplicity of experiences, 2) worked through inquiry and dialogue, and 3) considered and drew on available resources to decide on a regulatory design. Such an approach examines simultaneously regulatory design, enforcement possibilities, and organizational capacities. It discusses the implications of such decision-making processes for the regulated organization as well as for public health and security.

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