Dauphine's Governance and Regulation Chair celebrates its 2nd anniversary and welcomes 5 new partners

24.05.2017

In the two years since it was created, the Chair has proven just how relevant its work is. The Chair's corporate and regulatory partners contribute to the Chair's success and increase opportunities for knowledge sharing and transformation.

The Governance and Regulation Chair was created in 2015 on the initiative of Eric Brousseau. It is dedicated to developing interaction between stakeholders in order to better economic governance both domestically and at the European level. In just two years, it has become a benchmark platform for reflection and exchange, bringing together experts, economic players, and government authorities. The Chair's numerous research and teaching initiatives, and its contributions to public debate concern a broad range of audiences. The Chair has further reinforced the immediate relevance of its research and other initiatives by collaborating with the Club des Régulateurs (regulator's club), a group that includes some 10 regulatory bodies.

Stronger and more numerous partnerships

The Governance and Regulation Chair is proud to welcome 5 new partners, including 2 regulatory bodies:

  • L’Association des Sociétés Françaises d'Autoroutes (ASFA), the association of French highways
  • Le Groupe Aéroports de Paris, the Paris Airport group
  • Vinci Autoroutes, a highway construction and management company
  • Pour la Chaire Gouvernance et Régulation Et L’Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), the French stock market regulatory authority
  • Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR), the French Banking and Insurance Regulatory authority has joined the Club des régulateurs

An exceptionally dynamic Chair

The Chair has not wasted time, launching numerous research projects, conferences, symposiums, specialized master's programs, and training programs: all designed to meet the needs of the regulatory community and its stakeholders while contributing to a better knowledge and understanding of the vectors and dynamics of good economic governance.

Since March 2015, the Governance and Regulation Chair has:

  • Organized 37 events: conferences, breakfast sessions, workshops and academic seminars
  • Published 20 conference summaries
  • Launched 3 research projects
  • Put forth and initiated 5 PhD theses
  • Organized 2 annual research seminars on the Economics of Institutions and Organizations
  • Initiated and launched an Executive Education Master's degree in "Competition and Regulation"

Click here to download the Governance and Regulation Chair's 2nd anniversary brochure.

Find out all there is to know about the Chair by visiting their website : http://chairgovreg.fondation-dauphine.fr