Implementing Risk-Based Regulation - [Repost from]

Repost from The Regulatory Review. Read here from the original source.

The Regulatory Review (famous and established publication of the Penn Program on Regulation) invited staff from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) who participated in developing the third Regulatory Policy Outlook (last year) to share their insights about the contents of the report. This series features contributions from the following OECD staff and consultants: Christiane Arndt-BascleMartha BaxterFlorentin Blanc (part of the network of JM Chair on Better Regulation); Francesco Calisi (researcher of the JM Chair on Better Regulation); Paul DavidsonGuillermo HernándezMarianna KarttunenMarie-Gabrielle de LiedekerkeAlberto MoralesRenny ReyesHamsini ShankarDaniel Trnka; and Vincent Van Langen.

In addition, the RegReview solicited comments from outside regulatory experts: Nicoletta Rangone (JM Chair), Lorenzo Allio of Allio Rodrigo Consulting and Claudio Radaelli of the European University Institute.

All contributions published so far:

Regulatory Policy 2.0
December 6 | Daniel Trnka and Paul Davidson Improving
Governments must adapt regulatory tools and strategies to meet new problems and emerging challenges.

Stakeholder Engagement and Evidence-Based Policy Making
December 7 | Paul Davidson, Christiane Arndt-Bascle, Marie-Gabrielle de Liedekerke, and Renny Reyes
The OECD highlights three tools for policymakers to improve regulatory outcomes.

Regulatory Oversight for Better Regulation
December 8 | Guillermo Hernández
Empowering regulatory oversight bodies can help countries develop regulation that is fit for the future.

Rethinking Rulemaking through International Cooperation
December 12 | Marianna Karttunen and Alberto Morales
Domestic regulators should import international considerations into their rulemaking.

Building Independent and Accountable Regulators
December 13 | Vincent Van Langen and Martha Baxter
OECD data shed light on the governance of economic regulators.

Below is a full repost of one of the contributions (Original here):

Implementing Risk-Based Regulation

Florentin Blanc (JM Chair network), Hamsini Shankar (former EMLE/BeRe student), Francesco Calisi (JM Chair researcher)