The European Court of auditors will be hosting an international symposium on Regulatory Impact Analysis on 23 and 24 November 2017.
Regulatory Impact Analysis has established itself in Europe as a tool for improving legislation and streamlining public decision-making. It is used to examine and measure the likely benefits, value added, costs and effects of new or existing regulation and policies.
The aim of the symposium is to analyse the nature of regulatory impact analysis and to examine how and by whom it is implemented and evaluated.
Several high profile academics and international figures will be taking part in the symposium, to be held at the Court’s premises in Luxembourg.