The Foundation Fide is pleased to announce the presentation of the Document of Conclusions of the Cycle of Sessions Fide Smart Regulations, which took place between the months of January and June 2023. This cycle of sessions brought together experts and stakeholders from various sectors to analyze Relevant issues related to the regulatory activity of public authorities.
The cycle of sessions, coordinated by Juan Espinosa y Carlos Hernandez Rivera, founding partners of Silverback, had the participation of ten speakers from different fields. During five sessions, they addressed topics of interest for public and private professionals, with the aim of promoting the implementation of Smart Regulation as a central element of regulatory praxis.
The Document of Conclusions of the Cycle of Sessions Fide Smart Regulation highlights the main conclusions and recommendations arising from the discussions carried out.
Some of the most notable conclusions include:
- Smart Regulation should be a shared vision pillar of the country in the long term and a fundamental element in the culture of public service.
- Smart Regulation should be based on supported regulation by evidence.
- El institutional design should promote the dynamics of Smart Regulation.
- The application of the Smart Regulation must consider the cost derived from failing regulation or perfectible.
- Our Behavioral Social Sciences They are very useful for the development of Smart Regulations.
These conclusions and recommendations provide a solid framework to promote the improvement of the institutional quality of the political-administrative system, strengthen the culture of excellence in the public service and guarantee a successful participation of civil society in regulatory proceedings.
The Foundation Fide is proud to have organized this successful cycle of sessions and thanks the directors, speakers and participants for their invaluable contribution to the debate on Smart Regulation. The full conclusions document will be available on the Foundation's website Fide for your query.
1st SESSION: REGULATE THE PRESENT THINKING ABOUT THE LONG TERM
Maria Jose Gomez Garcia De Soria, Director of the Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies, Ministry of Finance and Public Function.
Diego Rubio Rodriguez, Director of the National Office of Prospective and Long-Term Country Strategy, Government of Spain.
SESSION 2: SMART REGULATION IN PRACTICE: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE ELABORATION OF PUBLIC POLICIES BASED ON EVIDENCE.
Joaquin Lopez Valles, Director of the Competition Promotion Department at the National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC).
Vicky Marissen, Partner of the European-public affairs consultancy EPPA, director at the European Training Institute and professor at the College of Europe in Bruges.
SESSION 3: THE ENFORCEABILITY OF SMART REGULATION.
Marisa Alvarez Suarez, Deputy Director General for Better Regulation, Business Support and Competition. General Directorate of Economic Policy, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation.
Jose Maria Codes Calatrava, Lawyer of the Cortes Generales.
SESSION 4: THE COST OF THE COMPLEXITY OF REGULATION.
Juan S. Mora-Sanguinetti, Economist graduated from the Bank of Spain. Vice President of the Association of National Experts in ICT Law (ENATIC). academic advisor of Fide.
Jesus Muñoz, Former CEO of Deliveroo Spain.
SESSION 5: SMART REGULATION AND INNOVATIVE REGULATORY MODELS: REGULATION BASED ON NUDGES AND CONSUMER PROTECTION.
Juli Ponce Solé, Professor of Administrative Law. University of Barcelona. Co-director of the Barcelona Chair of Housing Studies.
Guillermo Olague Sanchez, State Civil Administrator, former deputy general director of regulations of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, and former deputy general director of Gambling Regulation.
Disclaimer: All the people who have participated in this cycle of sessions of Fide, have done so in a personal capacity and not on behalf of the entities, offices, universities or companies, where they carry out their professional work, so these conclusions do not reflect and do not include institutional positions, but individual ones of each one of the members of the cluster.