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Involving Stakeholders in Regulation

Governance
Interest Groups
Regulation
Policy-Making
INN150
Bastiaan Redert
Universiteit Antwerpen
Torbjørg Jevnaker
Fridtjof Nansen Institute
Bastiaan Redert
Universiteit Antwerpen

Building: A, Floor: 4, Room: SR18

Thursday 09:00 - 10:45 (25/08/2022)


Abstract

Policymakers rely heavily on non-state stakeholders (such as firms, business associations, trade unions, NGOs, consumer groups, etc.) in regulatory policymaking processes. Not only do policymakers need technical expertise to make effective regulation, they also use stakeholders as a means to ensure implementation, build their reputation and expand their authority. The panel welcomes both qualitative and quantitative papers that delve deeper in the relations between stakeholders and regulators. How do these relations take place? What are their effects? How do the networks of stakeholders and regulators look like – do they change over time, and what happens in times of crisis?

Title Details
Stakeholders and the ‘British Model’ of utility regulation View Paper Details
The implementation of EU energy law – playing the game of multi-level (non)coordination View Paper Details
A technocratic or responsive European Commission? Informational lobbying and agenda-setting influence under quiet and noisy EU politics View Paper Details
Understanding the impact of public consultation mechanisms on stakeholders’ support for legislative proposals: Evidence from the European Union. View Paper Details