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Welcome to The Regulation Podcast – helping you to understand what regulation is all about, what it’s for and why it matters to you, to businesses, to organisations and to everyone. Listen to this new podcast show from the Institute of Regulation, packed full of insightful interviews with regulation leaders and experts and some energetic discussions on many aspects of regulatory theory and practice.
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The latest Regulation Podcast focuses on AI and how regulators should respond to it. Two global experts, Prof. Julia Black of the LSE and Joey Conway of Deloitte, discuss what AI is, the problems and opportunities it brings, and how regulators should meet its challenges. The main recommendation to regulators is to learn more; and then to work with …
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The latest half-hour episode of the Regulation Podcast explores how to regulate vets, with speakers from our member the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. It presents a case study of one sector, where the regulator is working within outdated legislation and with the consequences of Covid, where more people bought pets but more vets left the prof…
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In this month's podcast, we discuss what it would mean for regulation to become a recognised profession. We hear from Leonie Milliner, CEO at the General Optical Council, Michael Hanton, Deputy Chief Regulator at Ofqual, and Meg Matthews, Head of Development and People at the Office for Students. They discuss what being a professional regulator mea…
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In this podcast we explore what makes a good regulation strategy – and find out why regulators must ensure their strategies are flexible and agile enough to meet the changing demands of society and modern industry. To discuss this challenge, our guest today is Andrea Sutcliffe CBE, Chief Executive and Registrar of the Nursing and Midwifery Council,…
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Matthew Gill, Programme Director at the Institute for Government and trustee of the IOR In today’s discussion will try to unpack the complex relationship between regulation and government and in particular explain and explore how improving one can boost outcomes for the other. To help with this meaty challenge, our guest today is Matthew Gill, Prog…
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Guest: Prof. Martin Lodge, professor of political science and public policy at the London School of Economics Subject: “The fundamentals of regulation” Our latest podcast guest is Martin Lodge, professor of political science and public policy at the London School of Economics. Alongside his day job at the LSE, Martin runs the Institute of Regulatio…
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In Episode 3, the Civil Aviation Authority's Policy and Strategy Director Tim Johnson discusses the complex world of aviation, focusing on: The issues and current priorities within the CAA, How to learn from international counterparts and, The massive impact Covid has had on the global aviation sector.…
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In Episode 2, Ofsted’s Matthew Coffey and Ofqual’s Michael Hanton discuss: The key issues facing the regulation of education including how regulation can accelerate education sector’ post Covid recovery, The skills required to drive forward the regulation sector and, The role of the Institute of Regulation in helping to share knowledge across the p…
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In Episode 1 of The Regulation Podcast, Founder of The Institute of Regulation and Chief Executive of Equality and Human Rights Commission, Marcial Boo, discusses: The key issues facing the regulation sector including the role of modern Regulators and regulation in improving public services, The skills required to drive forward the regulation secto…
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In this month’s podcast we focus on professional regulation and explore “Why do we need regulation of professionals”. During this episode we are joined by guest speakers Alan Clamp, Chief Executive Officer of the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, and Alan Kershaw, Chair of the Architects Registration Board. Topics covered…
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In this latest podcast we focus on “Regulation in public life – what make it work” and explore the way effective regulation can improve the democratic process and underpin the public’s confidence in decision makers. Our guest is Kathryn Stone OBE, chair of the Bar Standards Board and former Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards. In her career Ka…
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In Episode 6, we are joined by Jonathan Morgan, Consultant at Saxon Bampfylde. Having been a guiding mind behind some of the biggest regulation leadership appointments over the last few years, Jonathan helps explain some of the secrets that make great leaders in the sector and gives advice on how to go about developing a career in regulation Jonath…
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In Episode 5, we are joined by Geoff Mulgan, Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation at University College London who has been advising and driving public policy and strategy for the last 30 years. Listen in, as Geoff explores: • Has effective regulation has helped deliver better social outcomes in the UK? • How ca…
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In Episode 4, we are joined by Grant Pink, Managing Director at RECAP Consultants, and Author of the well-thumbed book “Navigating Regulatory Language: An A to Z Guide”, as he discusses: What's the point of regulation? The difference between regulation, compliance and enforcement "The Language of Regulation"…
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Bim Afolami MP, chair of the Regulatory Reform Group, Conservative MP for Hitchin and Harpenden In this podcast we explore the findings of a recent report by the Regulatory Reform Group, “The Purpose of Regulation". The Regulatory Reform Group is a group of Conservative MPs have come together specifically, as they put it “to help shape a regulatory…
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In this month's podcast we are joined by Dr Russell Richardson, General Counsel and Company Secretary of the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA). The NSTA is the body that regulates and influences the oil, gas and carbon storage industries. Russell is also leading the Institute of Regulation’s new Special Interest Group on Enforcement. The podcas…
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In this podcast we talk about striking the balance between “Regulation to protect; regulation to improve” and explore the ways that effective regulation can work to not only improve the world around us but also to protect the public from harm and ensure that the services we rely on are actually up to scratch. To guide us through this complex subjec…
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Digital technologies sit at the heart of every industry, business, government and organisation operating around the world today as data is emerges as a vital lever to drive efficiency and prompt change. We are seeing a radical shift in thinking and huge growth in investment as we embrace the power of new data analysis technologies and artificial in…
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