Dr Nicholas Dorn

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Dr Nicholas Dorn
BSc, MA, PhD
Position/Fellowship type:
Associate Research Fellow
Fellowship term:
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
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Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
History, Law, Medieval History, Modern History , Political Institutions, Politics, Social Sciences
England, Europe, United Kingdom
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Nicholas Dorn is a sociologist, inclined to law and politics. His book Democracy and Diversity in Financial Market Regulation was published in August 2014 by Routledge and he continues to work in this area. He has previously researched transnational governance, the European Union, and public and private policing of economic crime. Formerly with the Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam (professor), he has also worked for Cardiff University (research fellow) and ISDD/DrugScope (management team). He has consulted for international and national public bodies (UN, EU, UK, NL, BE) and for private contractors.

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

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12-Dec-2014 Governing financial market regulation: a cascade from intergovernmental bank resolution, to prudential regulation, to conduct regulation


in Iglesias-Rodríguez, P (ed), Building responsive and responsible financial regulators in the aftermath of the financial crisis, Mortsel: Intersection

01-Aug-2014 Democracy and Diversity in Financial Market Regulation


Abingdon: Routledge (GlassHouse Books). 978-0-415-71217-0

26-Jun-2014 Boom and Bust in Financial and Housing Markets: Re-Readings Through Schumpeter and Bourdieu


in Van Duyne, P et al (eds), Shady Business and Governance in Europe: Cross-border sleaze and crisis, Oisterwijk: Wolf, 383-405

12-Jan-2014 Financial Markets and regulatory accountability: between technocratic autonomy and democratic direction


in Bianculli, A, Fernández-Marín, X and Jordana, J (eds), Accountability and Regulatory Governance , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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