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Bridget Hutter

Chair, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
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Bridget Hutter is chair of risk regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science and former director of the ESRC Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR), a multidisciplinary research center which focuses on the organizational and institutional settings of risk management and regulation. She has held research and teaching appointments at the universities of Oxford and London and is former editor of the British Journal of Sociology. Professor Hutter is author of numerous publications on the subject of risk regulation and has an international reputation for her work on compliance, regulatory enforcement, and business risk management. She is regularly involved with policy-making and business discussions, particularly with international bodies such as the World Economic Forum and with business organizations and regulatory agencies.


Articles by this Author

  • Why Organizations Need to be Regulated—Lessons from History
    by Bridget Hutter
    As far back as the Middle Ages, history provides plenty of lessons on the effects of the failure of financial institutions, of consumer ignorance being exploited through the sale of inappropriate securities, pension plans, and mortgages, and of high and opaque charges for financial products and services. Arguably, regulation has become imperative today, given the increasingly transnational nature of financial markets. Another factor is the...

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