Regulation & Governance

(The TQCC of Regulation & Governance is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Assessing the regulatory challenges of emerging disruptive technologies61
Private authority and public policy interactions in global context: Governance spheres for problem solving49
How to regulate algorithmic decision‐making: A framework of regulatory requirements for different applications42
Algorithmic governance: A modes of governance approach35
Algorithmic regulation: A maturing concept for investigating regulation of and through algorithms34
What drives compliance withCOVID‐19 measures over time? Explaining changing impacts with Goal Framing Theory33
The algorithmic regulation of security: An infrastructural perspective33
Why and how does the regulation of emerging technologies occur? Explaining the adoption of the EU General Data Protection Regulation using the multiple streams framework30
Adaptive governance for the Internet of Things: Coping with emerging security risks28
Grounding transnational business governance: A political‐strategic perspective on government responses in the Global South28
Stakeholder consultations and the legitimacy of regulatory decision‐making: A survey experiment in Belgium27
Human Judgment in algorithmic loops: Individual justice and automated decision‐making26
Emerging technologies and problem definition uncertainty: The case of cybersecurity25
Private regulation, public policy, and the perils of adverse ontological selection24
Hardening foreign corporate accountability through mandatory due diligence in the European Union? New trends and persisting challenges24
Trustworthy artificial intelligence and the European Union AI act: On the conflation of trustworthiness and acceptability of risk24
Regime complexity and managing financial data streams: The orchestration of trade reporting for derivatives24
Certification systems for machine learning: Lessons from sustainability23
Power transitions and the rise of the regulatory state: Global market governance in flux22
The politics of platform capitalism: A case study on the regulation of Uber in New York22
Professional action in global wealth chains21
Extending the framework of algorithmic regulation. The Uber case21
Experimentalist interactions: Joining up the transnational timber legality regime21
Demystifying the modernized European data protection regime: Cross‐disciplinary insights from legal and regulatory governance scholarship19
Alone in the campaign: Distrust in regulators and the coping of front‐line workers19
Regulating human control over autonomous systems18
Accountability in transnational governance: The partial organization of voluntary sustainability standards in long‐term account‐giving18
The Nordic governments' responses to the Covid‐19 pandemic: A comparative study of variation in governance arrangements and regulatory instruments17
Compliance, defiance, and the dependency trap: International Monetary Fund program interruptions and their impact on capital markets15
Regulatory agencies, reputational threats, and communicative responses15
Algorithmic state surveillance: Challenging the notion of agency in human rights14
The politics of supply chain regulations: Towards foreign corporate accountability in the area of human rights and the environment?14
More power, more control: The legitimizing role of expertise in Frontex after the refugee crisis13
Regulatory reform in the era of new technological development: The role of organizational factors in the public sector12
Uncertainty, institutions and regulatory responses to emerging technologies: CRISPR Gene editing in the US and the EU (2012–2019)12
Quo Vadis? Career paths of Brazilian regulators11
Disaggregating public‐private governance interactions: European Union interventions in transnational private sustainability governance11
Co‐creating ambitious climate change mitigation goals: The Copenhagen experience11
Can private governance boost public policy? Insights from public–private governance interactions in the fisheries and electricity sectors11
Same, same, but different! Qualitative evidence on how algorithmic selection applications govern different life domains11
Technocracy in the Era of Twitter: Between intergovernmentalism and supranational technocratic politics in global tax governance11
A victim of regulatory arbitrage? Automatic exchange of information and the use of golden visas and corporate shells11
The right to contest automated decisions under the General Data Protection Regulation: Beyond the so‐called “right to explanation”11
How do interests, ideas, and institutions affect multisectoral governance? The case of tobacco governance in two Pacific small island developing states10
The hybrid regulatory regime in turbulent times: The role of the state in China's stock market crisis in 2015–201610
How domestic contexts shape international private governance: The case of the European Accord and American Alliance in Bangladesh10
Perspectives in the study of the political economy of COVID‐19 vaccine regulation10
The politics of Uber: Infrastructural power in the United States and Europe9
Regulating havens: The role of hard and soft governance of tax experts in conditions of secrecy and low regulation9
Reconfiguring governance: How cyber security regulations are reconfiguring water governance9
Governance landscapes for emerging technologies: The case of cryptocurrencies9
Comparing definitions of data and information in data protection law and machine learning: A useful way forward to meaningfully regulate algorithms?9
The symbiotic tensions of the regulatory–carceral state: The case of cannabis legalization9
Foreign corporate accountability: The contested institutionalization of mandatory due diligence in France and Germany9
Who captures whom? Regulatory misperceptions and the timing of cognitive capture9
Steering global energy governance: Who governs and what do they do?8
Governing through non‐enforcement: Regulatory forbearance as industrial policy in advanced economies8
Support for behavioral nudges versus alternative policy instruments and their perceived fairness and efficacy8
Mind the ESG capital allocation gap: The role of index providers, standard‐setting, and “green” indices for the creation of sustainability impact8
Crises as driver of policy accumulation: Regulatory change and ratcheting in German asylum policies between 1975 and 20198
When private governance impedes multilateralism: The case of international pesticide governance8
Beyond opportunism: Intermediary loyalty in regulation and governance8
Network‐led advocacy for a green shipping transformation: A case study of governance networks in the Norwegian maritime sector8
Nudging the nudger: Toward a choice architecture for regulators7
How many regulations does it take to get a beer? The geography of beer regulations7
Legal enclaves as a test environment for innovative products: Toward legally resilient experimentation policies17
How do external conditions affect the design of local governments' sustainability strategies?7
Will there be a Nordic model in the platform economy? Evasive and integrative platform strategies in Denmark and Sweden7
From voluntary to mandatory corporate accountability: The politics of the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act7
The growth of policies, rules, and regulations: A review of the literature and research agenda7
Expert network interaction in the European Medicines Agency7
Taxation: A Regulatory Multilevel Governance Perspective7
Reflective and decisive supervision: The role of participative leadership and team climate in joint decision‐making7