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Good regulatory practices to protect global commons

It’s all about the process

Add to calendar 2022-12-12 11:00 2022-12-13 15:30 Europe/Rome Good regulatory practices to protect global commons Sala Europa Villa Schifanoia YYYY-MM-DD


Mon 12 Dec 2022 11.00 - 17.30

Tue 13 Dec 2022 09.30 - 15.30


Sala Europa

Villa Schifanoia

A workshop co-organised by the Global Governance Programme and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

This workshop will bring policy practitioners and academics together to explore the design and value of effective regulatory processes across policy fields. Speakers working in very different policy fields will share views on the processes that prove most effective – or ineffective – in achieving public policy objectives today in an interconnected, digitalised world. In particular, it will highlight processes increasingly used to protect global commons – typically for environmental or human health and safety protection, and their relevance for also achieving other public policy objectives, such as increased trade and investment flows. A variety of complementary processes and settings – at national, bilateral, regional, multilateral or plurilateral levels – are available for regulators and policymakers to rely on.

The goal of this workshop is to exchange on the processes that speakers consider essential across countries and policy fields today, determine the strengths and weaknesses of existing frameworks and identify priorities for GRP and IRC processes to be most helpful for governments today. 



Mia Saugman

Scientific Organiser(s):

Prof. Bernard Hoekman (European University Institute)

Marianna Karttunen (OECD)

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