Joint regulatory policy report by the Centre for Strategic Research and NRU HSE released in English
On 15 November 2018, an abridged, English-language version of a joint CSR and HSE report was published, titled “Regulatory Policy in Russia: Main Trends and Architecture of the Future”. The last report of this kind and this magnitude was prepared by the OECD back in November 2005.
HSE hosted an expert seminar on regulatory evidence-based standards
Daniel Tsygankov, Head of the RIA Center spoke at the expert seminar “Standards of Evidence-based Regulation: International Experience and Prospects for Implementation in Russia”, which was held on 29 of March at the Higher School of Economics.
Head of the RIA Center Daniil Tsygankov participated in 3th Financial Times Regulation Forum "Collaborative Solutions and Effective Stakeholder Engagement" in Berlin
Head of the RIA Center Daniil Tsygankov participated on November 30, 2017 in a panel discussion "Improving Regulatory Outcomes – Participation of Key Stakeholders" in 3th Financial Times Regulation Forum in Berlin (Germany), and offered to develop evidence-based Standard for regulation.
HSE hosts a specialist workshop, devoted to RIA on a regional level
RIA Centre Director DaniilTsygankov spoke at the specialist workshop RIA in Executive and Legislative Branches of Authority on a Regional Level:Russian and International Experience, which was held at NRU HSE on 10 November.
Heading for a new regulatory policy for Russia
On 14 March the National Research University - the Higher School of Economics held the international practical workshop "Development of Smart Regulation Mechanisms: heading for a new regulatory policy for Russia".
Andrey Klimenko, Director of the Institute for Public and Municipal Management of the NRU HSE opened the event and served as moderator on the first panel.
Charles-Henri Montin, Senior Advisor on regulatory matters for the French Finance Ministry and editor of the international Smartregulation.net blog, appeared with a keynote speech, describing the potential of best practices in the regulatory policy of OECD countries and throughout the world as regards the applicability of Russian realities.