Regulatory policy

Seminar on Regulatory Management and Reform, Moscow, November 2001

 

19-20 November 2001
Moscow, Russian Federation

Russia is to become the first non-OECD country to participate in the OECD's Regulatory Reform Review Programme. This was the key conclusion of the recent Seminar on Regulatory Management and Reform launching the new 2-year project in the OECD-Russia co-operation. The Seminar introduced the OECD Regulatory Reform Programme to senior Russian officials, business representatives and academia. The review will contribute to the design and implementation of regulatory reform strategies of the Russian Federation.

List of Participants

Report on the seminar

Presentations and documents :

Session 1: Economic Growth and Structural Reform
  • Regulatory Reform in the Russian Economy : A Few Issues for Discussion, by Mr. John Litwack, Senior Economist, Economics Directorate, OECD, (presentation in English)
  • Economic Growth & Structural Reform by Ms. Isabel Murray, Office of Non-Member Countries, International Energy Agency (presentation in English and Russian )

Session 2: Development of a Trade- and Investment-Friendly Environment

  • Experience and Best Practices in Achieving Regulatory Efficiency and Open Markets, by Mr. Anthony Kleitz, Head of Trade Liberalisation and Review Division, OECD Trade Directorate (Presentation text available in English and Russian , PowerPoint Presentation in English and Russian )
  • Market Openness and Regulatory Reform: the Review and its Findings, by Mr. György Fehér, Counsellor, Permanent Delegation of Hungary to the OECD (Presentation available in English and Russian )

Session 3: Competition Policy and Regulatory Reform

  • Competition Principles: The Foundation for Regulatory Reform, by Mr. Bernard Phillips, Head of the Competition Law and Policy Division, OECD (Presentation available in English and Russian )
  • Competition Policy and Regulatory Reform, by Mr. Alberto Heimler, Director, Autoritá garante della concorrenza e del Mercato, Italy (Presentation text available in English and Russian )
Session 4: Government Capacities to Assure High Quality Regulation
  • Good Governance And Regulatory Management, by Mr. Peter Ladegaard, Public Management Expert, Public Management Service, OECD (Presentation text available in English and Russian ; PowerPoint presentation also available in English and Russian )
  • Government Capacities to Assure High Quality Regulation, by Mr. Jefferson B. Hill, Chief, Commerce and Lands Branch, Office of Management and Budget, United States (Presentation available in English and Russian )

 

Related Documents

 

OECD Meets with Russian Officials to Launch Regulatory Reform Review, 19-20 November 2001, Moscow, Russian Federation

Seminar on Regulatory Management and Reform, Moscow, November 2001 - Agenda

 

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