DOI: 10.3392/sociotechnica.8.124
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Abstract: Complicated forms of 'public-private division of labour' are frequently observed in regulatory activities. In this paper, I first classify the institutional alternatives of public-private work-sharing, according to the amount of discretion that remains with the government. Then, I expand on my research agenda-how the delegated regulator chooses its administrative tools for public-private collaboration, and the performance of such tools-through a comparative case study on [1] the third-party/self-certification …

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