A cutting-edge introduction to the full range of economic, legal and political issues in regulation.
5 day intensive programme running 8 – 12 June 2020 and 2 – 6 November 2020
This five-day course introduces you to the central issues in regulatory strategy and aids the development of your understanding in these key areas. It is directed by Professor Robert Baldwin and has established a worldwide reputation over the last decade. Presentations are delivered by a renowned group of academics from the Law and the Government Departments at LSE and the course also involves contributions by regulatory practitioners.
The course is of great value whether you work within a regulatory organisation, or are somebody who is subject to regulation. Developing an understanding of how to frame issues in regulation will enable you to enhance your performance and your competitive advantage in the commercial context.
Case studies, presentations, group discussions and problem solving activities are all used so that you will come away with strategies to lower your costs and enable you to design, or make the case for, efficient regulatory systems and responses.
You’ll learn alongside professionals from around the world who have varying familiarity with regulation – as regulators, regulated concerns or other related parties – including:
Regulators – whatever regulatory functions they carry out at any level
Staff of regulated concerns
Consultants on regulation
Policy-makers who deal with regulatory issue
Lawyers, accountants, economists and other advisors on regulatory matters.
The week will be of particular value to those who are moving into regulatory affairs from other areas and to those who have some regulatory experience but who wish to set their practical concerns within a broader framework of understanding. No prior knowledge of regulation, law or economics is assumed.
Tuition Fee: £3,995
Includes all LSE tuition, course materials, daily lunches, and networking events. You will also be awarded an LSE certificate of completion at the end of the five days.
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