Schedule

Schedule 2022 (under construction)

1) February 15

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Introduction to the course

Cognitive experiment – M. Rizzolli

2) February 17

2-4 PM, Thursday

Economic foundation of regulation - M. Rizzolli

3) February 22

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Better regulation tools - N. Rangone

4) February 24

2-4 PM, Thursday

Impact assessment + in class exercise - N. Rangone

5) March 1

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Economic analysis in impact assessment + in class exercise – F. Sarpi (DAGL Presidency of the Council of Ministries)

6) March 3

2-4 PM, Thursday

Regulatory clinic: impact assessment simulation

7) March 8

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Consultations in IA and rule-making - N. Rangone

8) March 10

2-4 PM, Thursday

Regulatory clinic: participation to a consultation process - N. Rangone

9) March 15

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Regulation and competition + in class exercise – N. Rangone

10) March 17

2-4 PM, Thursday

Assessing regulation – N. Rangone

11) March 22

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Introduction to experimental method - M. Rizzolli

12) March 24

2-4 PM, Thursday

Behavioural regulation - M. Rizzolli

13) March 29

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Cognitive-based regulation – N. Rangone

14) March 31

2-4 PM, Thursday

Artificial Intelligence for enforcement controls – M.B. Armiento

15) April 5

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Drafting as a better regulation tool  - Maria Mousmouti (Lecturer in Law, UCL London)

16) April 7

2-4 PM, Thursday

Regulatory clinic on drafting - Maria Mousmouti

17) April 12

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Flipped classroom: Behavioural Experiments (presentations) - M. Rizzolli

April 14-19

Easter Holidays

 

18) April 21

2-4 PM, Thursday

Flipped classroom: Behavioural Experiments (presentations) - M. Rizzolli

19) April 26

11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday

Flipped classroom: High Quality Regulation Tools (presentations) - N. Rangone

20) April 28

2-4 PM, Thursday

Flipped classroom: High Quality Regulation Tools (presentations) – N. Rangone

 

Tuesday, 11 am - 1:00 pm (room 3) | Thursday, 2 pm - 4 pm (room 9).


Schedule 2021

1) February 15

12 – 2 PM Monday

Introduction to the course

Cognitive experiment – M. Rizzolli

2) February 18

3-5 PM, Thursday

Economic foundation of regulation - M. Rizzolli

3) February 22

12 –2 PM Monday

Better regulation tools in the pandemic times - N. Rangone

4) February 25

3-5 PM, Thursday

Impact assessment + in class exercise - N. Rangone

5) March 1

12 -2PM Monday

Regulatory Clinic: Economic analysis in impact assessment – F. Sarpi (DAGL Presidency of the Council of Ministries)

6) March 4

3-5 PM, Thursday

Regulatory clinic: participation to a consultation process - N. Rangone

7) March 8

12-2PM Monday

Consultations in IA and rule-making - N. Rangone

8) March 11

3-5 PM, Thursday

Introduction to experimental method - M. Rizzolli

9) March 15

12 – 2 PM Monday

Behavioural regulation - M. Rizzolli

10) March 18

3-5 PM, Thursday

Flipped classroom: presentation on behavioural experiments - M. Rizzolli

11) March 22

12-2PM Monday

Cognitive-based regulation – N. Rangone

12) March 25

3-5 PM, Thursday

Social norms, social preferences and regulation - M. Rizzolli

13) March 29

12-2PM Monday

Regulation and Competition + In Class Exercise - N. Rangone

April 1-6

Easter Holidays

 

14) April 8

3-5 PM, Thursday

Assessing Regulation - N. Rangone

15) April 12 (exclusively online)

12 -2PM Monday

Flipped classroom: paper presentation – N. Rangone

16) April 15 (exclusively online)

3-5 PM, Thursday

Drafting as a better regulation tool

Lecture and Regulatory clinic- E. Griglio (senior parliamentary officer)

17) April 19

12 -2PM Monday

Flipped classroom: paper presentation – N. Rangone

18) April 22

3-5 PM, Thursday

Regulatory clinic as a flipped classroom – N. Rangone

     - Consultation and IA on Fintech (1st group of students)

     - Evidences from ART consultation process on IA (2nd group of students)

19) April 26

12 -2PM Monday

Flipped classroom: paper presentation– N. Rangone

20) April 29

3-5 PM, Thursday

Flipped classroom: paper presentation – N. Rangone

 

Monday: room 7 (LM77) and room 9 (LM52); Thursday: room 10 (LM77) and room 9 (LM52)


Schedule 2020

February 17 5-7 PM, Monday Introduction to the course and cognitive experiment (FAD)

February 20

5-7 PM, Thursday Economic foundation of regulation (FAD)
February 24 5-7 PM, Monday Tools to improve the quality of law and regulation (FAD)
February 27 5-7 PM, Thursday Regulatory clinic: Consultation - Flipped classroom (FAD)
March 2 5-7 PM, Monday

Regulatory clinic: participation to a consultation process (FAD). Background documents analysis

·       Italian Senate Guidelines for consultation 2017

·       EC Better Regulation  toolbox, “Stakeholders’ consultations” 

·         UK, Consultation principle guidance, 2018

March 5 5-7 PM, Thursday Regulatory clinic: participation to a consultation process (FAD)
Draft guidelines on consultation of the Italian Government https://partecipa.gov.it/processes/linee-guida-consultazione
March 9

5-7 PM, Monday

Impact assessment + in class exercise (FAD)
March 12 12 AM - 2 PM, Thursday Introduction to experimental method (FAD)
March 16 3-5 PM, Monday Behavioural regulation (MEET+FAD)
March 19 Thursday Behavioural Psychology and Neurosciences (FAD)
March 23 5-7 PM, Monday Cognitive-based regulation (MEET+FAD)
March 26 5-7 PM, Thursday

Cognitive-based Impact Assessment + cognitive-based enfofrcement strategies (MEET+FAD)

March 30 5-7 PM, Monday

Regulation and competition + in class exercise (MEET+FAD)

April 6 5.30 -7 PM, Monday
Regulation and the Covid-19 Response: Protecting Safety or Endangering it?,  Florentin Blanc, OECD Senior Policy Analyst (MEET-FAD)
April 9 - 14   Legislative Drafting, Maria Mousmouti, Lecturer in Law in the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London (FAD)
April 16 5-7 PM, Thursday

Assessing regulation (MEET+FAD)

April 20 5-7 PM, Monday Paper presentation (MEET)
April 23 5-7 PM, Thursday Paper presentation (MEET)
April 27 5-7 PM, Monday Paper presentation (MEET)