Workshop on Regulatory Policy Tools and Institutions in Practice

 

Documentation | Presentations

 

Workshop Participants

 

The Palestinian Authority is in the process of state building and implementing the “Palestinian National Plan (PNP) for 2011-13”.

 

This workshop was organised on the 5-7 July 2010 with the MENA-OECD Initiative in order to support this Plan. The project provides a platform to make systematic use of peer learning and policy advice instruments to support effective change and modernisation of the Palestinian public administration.

 

The meeting provided participants with a practical overview on how to plan, implement and manage public consultations and regulatory impact assessments. Each element was explained through a theoretical presentation and illustrated by real examples from MENA and OECD countries, which was followed by group work.

 

At the end of the workshop, there was a joint-session with the e-Government team to discuss the use of ICT tools to facilitate public consultation and the creation of One-Stop Shops.

 

The workshop was designed to be highly interactive and participants were encouraged to share their experiences as much as possible in order to maximise the effect.


 Documentation

 

 Presentations

 

Fostering Transition towards a Successful Implementation of Regulatory Policy

  • Mr. Josef Konvitz, Head of the Regulatory Policy Division, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD (English - pdf 153kb)

 

Policy: Preparing Regulatory Policy with a Whole-of-Government Perspective

  • Ms. Miriam Allam, Economist, Regulatory Policy Division, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD (English - pdf 721kb)

 

Tools: Implementing Regulatory Impact Analysis

  • Mr. Jacob Kringen, Senior Advisor, Department for ICT Policy and Public Sector Reform, Ministry of Government Administration and Reform, Norway (English - pdf 493kb)
  • Ms. Elisabeth Kristensson, Head of Section Division for Market and Competition, Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, Sweden (English - pdf 919kb)

 

Tools: Integrating Public Consultation with Regulatory Impact Analysis

  • Mr. Jacob Kringen, Senior Advisor, for ICT Policy and Public Sector Reform, Ministry of Government Administration and Reform, Norway (English - pdf 493kb)
  • Ms. Elisabeth Kristensson, Head of Section Division for Market and Competition, Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications, Sweden (English - pdf 574kb)

 

Institutions: Managing and Monitoring Regulatory Reform

  • Mr. Josef Konvitz, Head of the Regulatory Policy Division, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD (English - pdf 153kb)