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.
During the panel discussion, moderated by Finacial Times Chief Editorial Writer Robert Armstrong, also participated FoodDrinkEurope Director General Mella Frewen, JTI Vice President Public Affairs Alexander Kryvosheyev, and Independent Consultant on Regulatory Issues Charles-Henri Montin.
On the panel were following aspects of regulation improvement and stakeholders engagement discussed:
- What are the guiding principles that regulators (government, parliament) and other public bodies should adopt for engaging stakeholders when developing policy and regulation? How can an effective and structured process contribute to a transparent regulatory system? When, with and who to consult? What are the challenges?
- How can regulation become a mechanism for industry-wide cooperation on issues ranging from consumer protection to labour ethics? Where are the opportunities for multi-stakeholder collaboration in the design and implementation of regulation? In which ways can standards, self-regulation and other voluntary agreements be used to achieve public policy objectives?
- What are the best tools and methods of engagement that ensure business’ views are effectively taken into account? What role should business play? Is there enough dialogue and collaboration with business at all stages of the regulation process? How can business’ contribution ensure better policy outcomes?
- What are the best practices and the most recent EU initiatives impacting businesses in sectors such as retail and consumer goods? What is the latest on taxations, e-commerce, product labelling and advertising? Is business’ perspective effectively being taken into account?