Christopher Hodges has been explaining his concept of Ethical Business Regulation in discussions with various regulators across UK in areas from water to gambling, as a member of the Scottish Government's Regulatory Code of Practice Review Committee, to various authorities in Singapore (including financial services, the Civil Service College, and the Attorney General's Department), to OECD (in the context of infrastructure), and (together with the Director of Regulatory Delivery of the UK Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy) to the Ontario Government. He was one of two UK scholars invited to attend the Consumer Policy Roundtable chaired by the Secretary of State for Business to prepare for the forthcoming consultation on consumer markets, in the context of the UK's industrial strategy. He was also the only European academic invited by the UN Commissioner for Human Rights to a closed working party in Geneva on access to remedy.