In April 2011, Prime Minister David Cameron wrote: “Today, there are over 21,000 statutory rules and regulations in force, and I want us to bring that number - and the burden it represents - down. Indeed, I want us to be the first government in modern history to leave office having reduced the overall burden of regulation, rather than increasing it.” After 12 years of Conservative government in the UK, Stephen Gibson M-RCBG Senior Fellow and Chair of the UK Regulatory Policy Committee will discuss the different frameworks and approaches that have been used to attempt to reduce the overall burden of government regulation, and what we can learn from the UK experience.
This study group / discussion is open to all. Registration is not required.
Speakers and Presenters
Stephen Gibson, M-RCBG Senior Fellow and Chair of the UK Regulatory Policy Committee