07-8 December 2022
Lady Margaret Hall Oxford
We are pleased to announce that the Institute’s annual conference, originally scheduled for 19th/20th September and cancelled due to the timing of state funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II, has been rescheduled for the afternoon of the 7th and all day the 8th December.
Our Annual Westminster Conference in May examined a number of ‘pathologies’ to which regulatory/policy systems are prone. The focus of this conference will be on the explorations of options for ‘remedying’, or at least mitigating, their consequential, unwanted effects, particularly in contexts where those effects have major implications for the everyday economic welfare
The agenda will be wide, since root causes of regulatory/policy failures affect performance in many sectors and markets across the economy.
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