Who should attend
his executive program is intended for any executive or professional involved in making regulatory decisions or interacting with regulatory issues. It is well-suited for executives or professionals from around the world who work with regulation at the local, state, provincial, regional, national, or international levels, whether from business or government. Professionals from corporations, independent regulatory organizations, government ministries or departments, law firms, insurance companies, advocacy organizations, and non-profit institutions will gain and refine essential skills. This program will also be especially valuable to individuals in organizations impacted by recent changes in regulatory legislation, affected by new technologies, and/or dealing with complex data, privacy, transparency, and information disclosure policies.
About the course
In addition to benefiting from the expertise of Penn Law’s renowned faculty, participants will have the opportunity to network with, and learn from, the talent and varied leadership experiences of peers from around the globe. Past participants have worked in a range of institutions, across industry sectors, including:
- Arizona Corporation Commission
- Brazilian Petroleum Corporation — Petrobras
- Canada Border Services Agency
- City of Philadelphia
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- Financial Market Commission of Chile
- Samsung Electronics
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Through this interactive program, you will:
- Develop your capacity to use core analytical tools essential for making, assessing, and responding to regulatory decisions.
- Ground yourself in the major concepts and techniques used to inform and improve decision-making across all areas of economic and social regulation.
- Enhance your capabilities within your professional setting to establish, implement, enforce, influence, or comply with regulations.
- Strengthen your ability to draw on analytical techniques when providing internal or external input into regulatory development, review, and modification.
Cary Coglianese is the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where he currently serves as the director of the Penn Program on Regulation and has served as the law school’s Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs. He specializes in the stud...
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