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18 February 2011

Food for thought: OECD conference proceedings

Last October, the OECD held a landmark conference with the stated objective of redefining the agenda for regulatory policy and discussing key challenges in the aftermath of the economic crisis. Economic, social and environmental challenges have to be addressed jointly as to what to regulate, when and for whom. As already reported on this blog, the conference discussed the future in terms of integrating regulatory governance with regulatory management, in a new framework. Regulatory management must be supported by strengthened regulatory governance based on competence, vigilance and dedication to the public interest to fully achieve its intended results. The goal is to promote a robust regulatory environment for growth and help win back consumer confidence and trust in government. The full proceedings of the conference are now online, presenting an overview of current thinking in Regulatory Governance, which will provide food for thought for experts interested in the evolution of our profession.
Also hot of the press: "Simplification simplification in Poland: making policies perform" by our friend Daniel Trnka.

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