We are pleased to share the dates for the Annual Competition and Regulation Conference. It will be held on the 27th & 28th of September at Lady Margaret Hall. We hope to see you there!
In this new academic year, the Institute will be moving to a new events structure, placing less emphasis on ‘omnibus’ conferences in favour of colloquia and seminars, in order to give more sustained attention to major priority issues in regulation. The upcoming Annual Conference stands at the cusp of the change and so this year there will be no conference fee, only a charge of £125+VAT to cover meal and refreshment expenses (including the food and drink costs of the Distinguished Fellows Dinner) and a charge of £80+VAT for those wanting to reside in the College on the night of 27 September.
Regulatory Policy Institute Annual Westminster Conference 2023 – The Nature of Regulation: Seeing the Wood from the Trees
We are pleased to announce that bookings are now open for the 2023 Westminster Conference.
Consistent with the RPI’s purpose (promoting the study of regulation for the public benefit), this year’s Westminster Conference will take a form closer to a ‘teach in’ or a challenging away-day than is traditional, particularly in the morning.
Annual Competition and Regulation Conference: Alternative Policy Responses to Regulatory Pathologies
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.
We are please to announce that our Annual Westminster Conference will be held on Wednesday the 11th of May at One Great George Street.
Regulatory Policy Institute events are back!
For two days in September, we will pool collective experiences on the question of ‘rethinking regulation’ with those working in Government, regulatory bodies, regulated companies, their legal and economic advisers, as well as those from the academic community in order to see whether we can draw out any principles that could be applied in the design of UK regulatory policy in a post-Brexit, post-Covid world.
We will ask ourselves: what do we need to do to rethink regulation?
Occasional Conferences and Seminars – Independent Report on UK Competition Policy: Findings, Questions & Answers John Penrose MP
The Regulatory Policy Institute is delighted to announce that John Penrose MP will be presenting his independent report on UK competition policy to an RPI
Hertford Seminar in Regulation: Has the privatisation experiment been a success with 30 years of evidence?
Chair:Dr Tony Balance, Director of Strategy and Regulation, Severn Trent Water Ltd.Contributions fromMorgan Wild, Senior Policy Researcher at Citizens AdviceTom Kibasi, Director of Institute for
James Richardson, Chief Economist at the National Infrastructure Commission and Jonathan Brearley, Executive Director of Systems and Networks, Ofgem. Lord David Currie will give the
Chair:Steve Smith, Lloyds Banking Group Contributions from:Laura Sandys, Challenging IdeasSian Jones, XoservePhil Jones, Northern Powergrid