LSE Short Course on Regulation offers a cutting-edge introduction to the full range of economic, legal and political issues in regulation. It will provide you with strategies to lower your costs and to design efficient regulatory systems and responses. Whether you are a regulatory organisation or one subject to regulation, a developed understanding of framing issues in regulation will enable you to enhance your performance, and - in the commercial context - your competitive advantage.
The next Course is on 27-31 March 2017.
The course is intended for UK, EU and overseas participants who have varying familiarity with regulation. Case studies, lectures, problem solving and discussion groups introduce and develop your understanding of key issues. You will find it of particular value if you are moving into regulatory affairs from another area, as no prior knowledge of regulation or economics will be assumed.
The course is led by Professor Robert Baldwin, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and taught by a highly experienced group of academics from the Law and Government Departments at LSE, as well as by practitioners with first-hand expertise on regulatory issues.
LSE Short Course on Regulation is available in several formats:
The open-access week-long course held at LSE campus (see course outline)
A customised three-day version tailored to the needs of your organisation (or two or more collaborating organisations) and held either in London or at your place of work, anywhere in the world (see a sample three-day client edition brochure)
In conjunction with professional associations across the globe