How are regulatory authorities adjusting their policies and governance, and how should they adjust, to ensure that they meet societal goals and promote fair and efficient economic choices? This online training combines theoretical and practical views on how to assess regulatory delivery, as well as outputs and outcomes of regulatory authorities, from different economic, societal, and legal perspectives.
This course will provide a comprehensive theoretical background and examples of governance models evolution experienced in Europe, namely for the energy transition, while comparing them with innovative initiatives in South America, Asia, and Africa. During the course, you will review increasingly complex infrastructure regulation due to public policies promoting liberalisation, decarbonisation and digitalisation.
Welcome to the course
Live class: 12 October 2020
A recording will be made available shortly after each live class
Week 1: Regulatory Delivery: Theory and Practice
Topics: Identifying Goals and Approaches; Methods and Tools; Transitional regulation
12 – 18 October
Live class: 19 October 2pm CEST with Jorge Vasconcelos and Lucila de Almeida
Week 2: Economic Assessment
Topics: Regulatory Impact Assessment; Approaches to Cost-Benefit Analysis
19 – 25 October
Live class: 26 October 2pm CET with Alberto Pototsching
Week 3: Social Valuation
Topics: Participation Theory and new deliberative methods; Ethics, public interest and common goods
26 Oct – 1 November
Live class: 5 November 2pm CET with Patrizia Nanz
Week 4: Challenges of Digitalisation and Complexification
Topics: Datafication and Algorithmization; Regulation of multi-sector/multi-level infrastructure architectures;
Live class: 9 November 2pm CET with Eric Brousseau
Week 5: Legal Scrutiny
Topics: Competition & Regulation; Judicial Review of Agency Acts
9 – 15 November
Live class: 16 November 2pm CET with Peter Alexiadis
Week 6: Feedback & Governance
Topics: Fitness Check; Agency adaptation (redesign)
Live class: 23 November 2pm CET with Jorge Vasconcelos and Lucila de Almeida
Group work delivery
22 November 2020
Feedback to group work
The course is primarily designed for professionals working in regulatory agencies, government agencies and other organizations involved in rule-making and enforcement, as well as in regulated undertakings.
The course is also suitable for those working in academia, media and NGOs who wish to get a better understanding of current trends and challenges in regulatory thinking and practice.
At the end of the course, the participants can earn a certificate depending on their level of engagement and performance throughout the course.
All Participants will experience throughout the course:
The learning target may vary based on the aimed course level of engagement.
The amount of time required to take this course depends on the aimed course level as well as the level of expertise in the subject prior to joining the course:
Paid registration fee is non-refundable. However, registrant substitution may be made up to 20 days before the start date of the course.
Michelle Hallack – IDB
Emmanouil Santorinaios – ACER
Dominique Jamme – CRE – Commission de Régulation de l’Energie
Peter Alexiadis – Brussels office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Magnus Wahlin – City of Växjö, Sweden
Caio Mario da Silva Pereira Neto – FGV São Paulo
Henrik Bjornebye – University of Oslo
Despoina Mantzari – University College London
David Rua – INESC TEC – Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science
Jean-Baptiste Fraysse – Blocktricity
Swetha Bhagwat – FSR
Miguel Vasquez – FSR
Joisa Dutra – FGV Rio de Janeiro
Flavia Lis Pederneiras – ANEEL
Patrícia Trindade Dontal – ANEEL
Márcio Venício Pilar Alcântara – ANEEL
Victor Queiroz Oliveira – ANEEL
Felipe Augusto Cardoso Moraes – ANEEL
Hugo Alves Silva Ribeiro – ANTT
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