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Strategies for more effective regulation in Latin American countries in view of disruptive technologies

 

26 and 27 March 2019, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

On 26-27 March, OECD officials and representatives of Latin American countries and international organisations gathered in Buenos Aires to exchange experiences and identify strategies to improve the effectiveness of regulations ahead of the challenges posed by disruptive technologies.

 

The conference took place at the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Regulatory Improvement extraordinary meeting. The network aims at creating a permanent dialogue regarding progress and challenges in promoting regulatory quality in Latin American and Caribbean countries.

 

Attendance: officials from Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, Dominican Republic, United States, United Kingdom and representatives from the OECD, IADB and World Bank.

 

Topics discussed:

  • Launch of the  OECD Review of Regulatory Policy in Argentina
  • Contents, assessment and recommendations: OECD Review of Regulatory Policy in Argentina
  • Disruptive technologies and their impact on regulatory improvement policy
  • Policies and institutions for regulatory policy
  • Regulatory impact assessment and stakeholder engagement in rulemaking
  • Administrative simplification policies and management of the stock of regulation
  • Regulatory improvement at sub-national governments

 

Download the programme in English and in Spanish.

 

See press report in Spanish

 

Contact

OECD Regulatory Policy Division in Latin America @OCDE_RLAC

Manuel Gerardo Flores, Senior Economist, OECD @M_GerardoFlores

Gloriana Madrigal, Economist Jr., OECD

 

More information

Regulatory Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean

Regulatory Policy in the OECD

 

 

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