THE REGULATORY POLICY INSTITUTE

The Regulatory Policy Institute is an independent, charitable organisation dedicated to the study of regulation and deregulation.

The The RPI regularly hosts events in London and Oxford with presentations given by distinguished speakers on a a range of regulatory and competition policy issues.

Our flagship events are two annual conferences, held in the spring and the autumn, and the Hertford Seminars in Regulation, held throughout the year. 

Hertford Seminars provide an opportunity for expert, lively, and informal discussion of major public policy issues, both during the seminar itself and, typically, over food and drink afterwards, for those who are able to stay on to continue the conversation.  Numbers are restricted to encourage interchanges under the Chatham House Rule. The mix of attendees typically reflects the diversity of RPI members and supporters in government, business, the professions, and academia. 

We are very grateful to FTI and Shepherd and Wedderburn for hosting our 2018-2019 seminar programme.

Our two annual conferences are the Westminster Conference, a one day conference of particular interest to policy makers, regulators and the regulated industries, held each spring, and our Competition and Regulation Policy Conference, held in Oxford over two days in September, and including the Zeeman Lecture and our Distinguished Fellows Dinner.

Attendance at our conferences is open to all, while our seminar series is currently by invitation only with priority to RPI members.  If you would like to enquire about any of these events, or be added to our invitation list, please contact us using the form below.

Hertford Seminar in Regulation

20 November 2019

FTI offices 200 Aldersgate Street London EC1A 4HD

18:00 for 18:30 start
Drinks & canapés to follow

Has the privatisation experiment been a success with 30 years of evidence?

Chair: Dr Tony Ballance, Director of Strategy and Regulation, Severn Trent Water Ltd

Morgan Wild – Policy Lead (Consumer and Public Services), Citizens Advice (author of the report Monopoly Money)

Tom Kibasi – Director of Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) & Chair of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice

Further details TBC

January 2020

London

18:00 for 18:30 start
drinks & canapés to follow

RPI Seminar in Regulation

March 2020

London

18:00 for 18:30 start
Drinks & canapés to follow

Topic TBC

Further details to be confirmed

Topic TBC

Our Annual Westminster Conference will include contributions from international experience as well as policy makers, regulated companies and advisors across the utility sector.

Annual Westminster Conference

May 2020

One Great George Street, London

9am – 5:15pm
Includes lunch 

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