The Center on Institutions and Governance is organizing an innovative scholarly task force that explores the relationship between the regulatory policies of California and the European Union. Both the EU at the global level and California at the national level have emerged as regulatory policy leaders. This project promotes additional opportunities for regulatory cooperation, learning, and emulation between California and the EU. It also provides opportunities for interaction among academics, activists, business managers and policy-makers on both sides of the Atlantic.
The California-EU Regulatory Cooperation Project has been made possible thanks to a German Marshall Fund grant.
For more information on the project, see this overview.
A seminar focused on this project has been organized at the UC Berkeley Faculty Club's Seaborg Room on February 22-23, 2008. For a list of participants and abstracts of the papers that have been presented, click here