EU approach to Better Regulation
Tuesday 10-11.30 am (2 hours) - Thursday 5-7 pm (2 hours)
Room 13, Via Pompeo Magno 22, Rome
The course is divided into three modules.
The first Module covers the impact of European liberalisation, harmonization and simplification policies on regulatory theory and tools.
The second Module deals with the regulatory process and the tools to improve the flow and the stock of regulation used at European level and which European institutions ask member States to adopt.
The third Module revises some behavioural regulation’s issues both in theory and in practice. In particular, the first part concerns how the regulatory process should second the presence of behavioral departures from the rationality assumption. The second part deals with practical problems and solutions related to the application of cognitive insights to specific regulatory domains and it is mainly organized through workshops and cognitive experiments.
- Economic regulation over the course of the twentieth century
- What does good regulation mean, and what are its core elements?
- Economic foundation of regulation
- Regulation and competition
Tools for better regulation in the regulatory life-cycle
- Regulatory impact analysis at European and national level
- Lifestyle risk regulation
- From EU Standard Cost Model for assessing administrative burdens to regulatory burdens assessment
- Stakeholder consultation: simulation of consultation in rule-making
- Consultation in legislative proceedings
Monitoring and ex post evaluation
Legislative Clinic: the Clinic combines legislative fieldwork in the Italian Parliament with legislative drafting exercises
Current trend of economic regulation: cognitive sciences for effective regulation
- Cognitive-based approach to regulatory life-cycle
- Evidence-based regulation: an introduction to experimental methods
- New regulatory tools: nudging and cognitive empowerment