I was recently “tagged” in a post to upload my favourite books. It took me several weeks to narrow down. It is still not entirely my favourite ten (the list, like many is ndless), but i did manage to note down some significant ones that made an impact on me. Here is my final list:… Read More I hope i can inspire you a little to read…my favourite books.
Just reading about the history of regulation, with influences from Tudor and Stuart periods, the thought of a comparison of how regulations have altered with the independent variable being generations is a perplexing area to research around. I didn’t realise the many different avenues and this entire plethora which can be introduced through a single… Read More First thoughts for thesis
Okay, so i have experienced a whirlwind of events in the past week… from completing both of my final exams and assessments for my undergraduate degree and a spontaneous trip to the Netherlands (not to mention the offers along the way…) I think i have hit a point where life is grand and the thought… Read More The blur we call life (unpublished post from May 10, 2014)
The reading has begun. I’m only a couple of pages into “Understanding regulation: theory, strategy and practise” (Robert Baldwin and Martin Cave), but already I am being reminded of the essential impediment regulation plays in ensuring the facilitation of daily life through basic restrictions and regulations. I remember when I began my BA in Politics… Read More The importance of regulation.
Argolwhwkenebeiuebekelwlwkhb. That was a hint to the levels of freaking out I have been doing in the past 24 hours. However I decided to be a little wiser and begin my preliminary readings, which reminded me why I am doing this Masters programme. I absolutely love this programme and the reading has definitely swayed my… Read More It’s going to work out, I think