The Modern Regulatory State

HISTORY365D

The Modern Regulatory State. Interdisciplinary inquiry into the origins/evolution of modern regulatory institutions in Western Europe and North America, along with the more recent rise of global regulatory bodies. Examines conceptual frameworks from across the social sciences, and considers the ethical dimensions of current debates over regulatory purposes, strategies, and policies in areas such as finance and the environment. One course.

Crosslisting Numbers

PUBPOL219DENVIRON365DPOLSCI215

Curriculum Codes: 

CZ, EI, R, SS

Theme (Concentration)

Economic and Business Cultures, Law and Governance

Region

Global and Comparative