Conference co-organized by the Dauphine Club of Regulators and the OECD-Network of Economic Regulators.

Date
Lundi 5 décembre 2022
Heure
12h00 - 13h30
Lieu
en ligne - Teams
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Regulators oversee sectors that are constantly evolving. New technologies – especially digital technologies – have enabled the development of new products, services and business models that have had profound impacts on markets. At the same time, sectors are subject to shocks such as the COVID-19 pandemic and more recently the energy crisis that test their resilience to deliver essential services. Furthermore, major global challenges such as climate change also affect sector dynamics and demand responses from regulators and industry alike.

Regulators’ agility in responding to changing demands and dynamic sectors can be strongly influenced by the way they receive and manage their resources. Delivering on new expectations or roles will require regulators that are adequately resourced and able to reorganise themselves effectively in light of change. Staff and budget need to keep pace with the regulator’s responsibilities, and additional skills may be needed to make use of novel data-driven approaches or to execute new functions. Building on the OECD report Equipping Agile and Autonomous Regulators, this seminar will discuss the ways in which resources support agile regulators that can keep up with market developments, technological changes and evolving mandates.

Confirmed speakers and program :

12:00 Introduction : Eric BrousseauDirector of the Governance and Regulation Chair and of the Club of Regulators, Dauphine

12:05 - 12:15 Relevant findings of the OECD report, Equipping Agile and Autonomous Regulators  : Vincent Vanlangen, Economist, Policy analyst, OECD Regulatory Policy Division.

12:15 - 12:25 Q&A on the report

Followed by presentations in 2 round tables :

12:25 - 12:55 Round table 1 : Sectoral experiences

=> Moderated by Anne Yvrande-Billon, President of the Network of Economic Regulators, OECD and Director Economy, Markets and Digital, ARCEP

  • Richard Davis, Chief data officer, Office of Communications/OFCOM, United Kingdom

  • Maya Bacache, Member of the College, Electronic Communications Regulatory Authority/ARCEPFrance

  • Ricardo Quesada Oré, Manager of Regulation and Economic Studies, Organismo Supervisor de la Inversión en Infraestructura de Transporte de Uso Público/Transport regulator/OSITRAN, Peru

12:55 - 1:10 p.m Discussion

1:15 pm - 1:45 p.m Roundtable 2 : Trans-sectoral experiences

=> Moderated by Dominique Jamme, President of the Club of Regulators and Managing Director, French Energy Regulator, CRE

  • Sophie Nerbonne, Director of Economic Co-Regulations, National commission for information technology and civil liberties/CNIL, France

  • Vera Sopeña Blanco, Presidency Chief of Staff, Comision nacional de los mercados y la competencia/Commission for markets and competition/CNMC, Spain

  • Janis Mikelsons, Executive Director, Public Utilities Commission/PUC, Latvia

1:45 - 2:00 p.m Discussion

2:05 - 2: 20 p.m Conclusion : Martha Baxter, Policy Analyst, Regulatory Policy Division, Directorate for Public Governance, OECD

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