Webinar “Behavioral Insights, Public Consultation, and Regulatory Policy: Perspectives from Europe”

Il 21 settembre 2022 dalle ore 18 alle 19 italiane si terrà su Zoom il seminario “Behavioral Insights, Public Consultation, and Regulatory Policy: Perspectives from Europe” organizzato dal Penn Program on Regulation (University of Pennsylvania).

Intervengono: Nicoletta Rangone, Professor of Administrative Law at LUMSA University in Rome and Penn Program on Regulation (PPR) Visiting Scholar; Christiane Arndt-Bascle, Head of Programme on Measuring Regulatory Performance at the OECD.

Modera: Cary Coglianese, the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania

Agenda | Behavioral Insights, Public Consultation, and Regulatory Policy: Perspectives from Europe

The European Commission’s “better regulation” agenda recognizes public consultation as an essential tool for enhancing the effectiveness of rules and strengthening compliance with them.

In this webinar, Nicoletta Rangone, Professor of Administrative Law at LUMSA University in Rome and Penn Program on Regulation (PPR) Visiting Scholar, presents new research on cognitive biases among decision-makers, stakeholders, and citizens that can limit the effectiveness of public consultation, and she explains what can be done about these biases to improve the consultation process in Europe, and beyond.

Following Prof. Rangone’s remarks, Christiane Arndt-Bascle, Head of Programme on Measuring Regulatory Performance at the OECD, will offer comments on the OECD’s work on public consultation. PPR Director Cary Coglianese, the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, will moderate the discussion.

Register here for the webinar