18:30 - 21:00
Where have existing regulatory frameworks succeeded or failed in meeting these objectives? How do economic regulators need to adapt to meet the challenges in infrastructure outlined in the Commission’s National Infrastructure Assessment? Has regulation adequately incentivised innovation and how has it responded to changing market circumstances? Is there a case for a multi-utility regulator to achieve greater consistency? Where should the boundary between government policy and independent regulation be set?
Speaker: James Richardson, Chief Economist, National Infrastructure Commission
Respondent: Chris Bolt, Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
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