categorie: Juridisch / Recht

Shifts in private and public regulation

the example of work-related risks

uit de serie: Erasmus Law Lectures

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In his inaugural lecture, Niels Philipsen discusses the (potential) role of private actors in the regulation of work-related risks, such as industrial accidents and occupational diseases. Taking the economic analysis of regulation as a starting point, Philipsen argues that a 'smart mix' of public and private regulation is needed for an optimal prevention and compensation of work-related risks. The advantages and disadvantages of various regulatory instruments are thusly highlighted. In the lecture's second part, economic theory is confronted with some of the available empirical evidence. Do private actors really respond to shifts in regulation according to the predictions made in the theoretical law and economics literature? Philipsen addresses this question for three distinct groups of private actors: employees, employers and (liability) insurers. On the basis of a quick-scan of the literature, Philipsen concludes that there are still several unresolved questions concerning the coping behaviour of these private actors. These conclusions take the form of a research agenda, which emphasizes the importance of empirical research.
Levertijd3 werkdagen
Nr in serie43
Datumdecember 2017
Afmetingen242x158x4mm (hxbxd)
Gewicht75 gr
UitgeverBoom uitgevers Den Haag

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