Standards Markets approach to regulation

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"Standards Markets: The Free Market Response to Regulation?", Monday 16 October 2006 at 18:00, Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn, London EC1

"Many societal goals for markets can be achieved with more innovative regulation using standards markets that seem to bridge the market-government divide. Standards markets, such as those based on the International Standards Organisation or the International Social and Environmental Accreditation and Labelling (ISEAL) Alliance, counter Screaming Lord Sutch's sublime question - "Why is there only one Monopolies Commission?"."

here live -

though this transcript may be easier to read -

picked up by Peter Day at the BBC for Radio 4 -

Looking a bit wider, then and applying to financial services regulation: - Michael Mainelli, "The Rules Of Practical Principles", Journal of Risk Finance, The Michael Mainelli Column, Volume 8, Number 5, pages 508-510, Emerald Group Publishing Limited (October 2007). - Michael Mainelli, “Standard Differences: Differentiation Through Standardisation?” (ISO9001, SAS70 and management systems), Journal of Risk Finance, The Michael Mainelli Column, Volume 6, Number 1, pages 71-78, Emerald Group Publishing Limited (January 2005).

Ruth Deech has her regulating the regulators series too -

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