Documents and presentations

Regulatory Impact Assessment

June 20-21, 2005, Samokov

The UK Experience of Regulatory Impact Assessment, Karen Hill, Better Regulation Executive, Cabinet Office, UK

Implementing EU Policy & Procedures, Karen Hill, Better Regulation Executive, Cabinet Office, UK

Taking forward the Better Regulation Agenda, Karen Hill, Better Regulation Executive, Cabinet Office, UK

Improving Implementation of Internal Market Acquis By Introducing Impact Assessment - Seminar For Civil Servants

June 8-11, 2004, American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad

Implementation of Regulatory Impact Assessment. Best Practices in Europe

Politics of Regulatory Impact Assessment. Best Practices and Lesson-Drawing in Europe

28 February – 1 March, 2003, Sofia 

Introduction, Dr. Olga Borissova, Centre for European Programmes, American University in Bulgaria

Opening Adrress, H.E. Henriette Baroness Van Lynden, Ambassador, Royal Netherlands Embassy in Bulgaria

Applicable RIA Instruments in Immature Administrative Environment: Bulgarian Experience, Dr. Krassen Stanchev, Institute for Market Economics (IME), Sofia

Step by Step Towards a Federal Europe the View from the Czech Republic, Pavel Svoboda, Chairman of the Committee for European Integration, Chamber of Deputies, Parliament of the Czech Republic

What Lies Ahead for the European Union?, Yaroslav Zverina, Deputy Chairman, European Integration Committee, House of Representatives, Parliament of the Czech Republic

Introducing RIA in Croatia, Dr. Višnja Samardžija, Assistant Minister for European Integration, Croatia; Marko Makek, Head of Analysis Unit, Directorate for European Integration Strategy, Ministry for European Integration, Croatia

Law-Making Standards in the Estonian Parliament, Helgi Kundla, Adviser of the Board of the Riigikogu, Estonia

Regulatory Impact Assessment in Hungary , Dr. Péter Dévényi, Department of European Community Law, Ministry of Justice, Hungary

Impact assessment of laws. Annotation system in Latvia, Renārs Gasūns, Head of Sectoral Policies Department, European Integration Bureau, Latvia

Pros and cons of multi-sector utility regulation in transition economy. The case of Latvia, Janis Mikelsons, Public Utilities Commission, Latvia

Regulatory Impact Analysis: an Economist’s Perspective, Alfreds Vanags, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Analysis, Latvia

The Politics of Impact Assessment across the Government and in Euro-institutions. Lessons from Lithuania, Darius Žeruolis, European Committee under the Government of Lithuania

The Introduction of a Regulatory Impact Assessment in Lithuania:  From Contributing to EU Accession to Improving the Performance of Public Administration, Ramūnas Vilpišauskas, Lithuanian Free Market Institute, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University, Lithuania

Methodology and techniques of deregulation policy. Lithuanian case, Ugnius Trumpa, Lithuanian Free Market Institute

New Quality of Law-Drafting Process and Public Administration in Poland Concerning the Harmonization with EU Legislation, Karina Kostrzewa, Office of the Committee for European Integration, Poland

On Impact of the EU Accession on Romanian Public Institutions Management, Dr. Cezar Scarlat, Director, Centre for Business Excellence, University "Politehnica"of Bucharest, Romania

Impact of Acquis Communautaire on Legal Effectiveness in Central and Eastern Europe, Martin Bruncko, Slovakia; Harvard University, J.F. Kennedy School of Government

Building Administrative Capacity in Strategic Planning, Coordination of Law-Drafting and Implementation Processes. Lessons from Slovakia,  Anton Marcincin, Economist, The World Bank

Regulatory Impact Analysis in Slovenia, Andrej A. Chiaiutta, Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development, IMAD, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Regulatory Impact Assessment and Legislative Procedures in Slovenia, Milena Raykovska, Institute for Know How and Technology Transfer, Slovenia

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