Appuntamenti

The distributional consequences of transnational regulation

Data: 08/11/2013
Ora: 09:15
Luogo: Sna

 

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ROME – NOVEMBER 8TH 2013
Programme – Regulatory Capabilities

 

THE DISTRIBUTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF TRANSNATIONAL REGULATION

 

h. 9:15 Introduction

Giovanni TRIA, President of the Italian National School of Administration – SNA

 

h. 9:30–11:00 The Effects of Transnational Regulation on Regulatory Capabilities

Fabrizio CAFAGGI, SNA and European University Institute
Katharina PISTOR, Columbia Law School (USA)

 Comments
Andrea BRANDOLINI, Bank of Italy
Maria Rosaria FERRARESE, SNA
Magda BIANCO, Bank of Italy
Federico LENZERINI, University of Siena

 

h. 11:00-11:30 coffee break

 

h. 11:30-12:30 “Power and Wealth in Transnational Regulation
Tim BUTHE, Duke University (USA)

Comments
Fabrizio CAFAGGI, SNA and European University Institute
Katharina PISTOR, Columbia Law School (USA)
Colin SCOTT, University College Dublin

 

h. 12:30-13:30 Keynot speech: Nick MALYSHEV, OECD (tbc)

 

h. 13:30-14:30 Lunch

 

h. 14:30-15:30 “The Transformation of Global Governance: Transnational Private
Regulation, Contractual Governance and the Quest for Self-Governance
Aditi BAGCHI, Fordham University (USA)
Colin SCOTT, University College Dublin

Comments
Tim BUTHE, Duke University
Fabrizio CAFAGGI, SNA and European University Institute
Katharina PISTOR, Columbia Law School (USA)
Bernardo Giorgio MATTARELLA, SNA

 

h. 15:45-17:15 “International Organizations and Transnational Regulation: From Capacity Building to the Promotion of Regulatory Capabilities

Comments on the findings of the research projects
by International organizations (in their individual capacities)
Efisio ESPA, SNA
Celine KAUFFMANN, OECD
Irene HOFFMANN, FAO
Alizee SAURON, FAO
Marieclaire COLAIACOMO, IFAD

 

h. 17:15-18:30 An Agenda for Policy Making”
Tim BUTHE, Duke University (USA)
Fabrizio CAFAGGI, SNA and European University Institute
Katharina PISTOR, Columbia Law School (USA)

 

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