TiGRE 4th policy brief

TiGRE has just released its fourth policy brief entitled "Trust in regulatory regimes and agencies: stakeholder interactions".

This new policy brief discusses two main drivers of trusts: interactions between regulatory actors and institutional design. The authors critically review how interactions on the one hand and institutional design on the other hand impact the levels of trust and regime’s performance.

Specifically, the policy brief answers the following questions and provides a set of recommendations for regulatory agencies:

  • How can we understand trust and distrust relations towards regulatory agencies, and how do these differ across different government levels?
  • To what extent do interactions between regulatory actors affect trust relations?
  • To what extent do trust and distrust affect the performance and legitimacy of regulatory regimes?
  • Does the regulatory bodies’ formal institutional design affect stakeholders and regulatees’ trust?
  • To what extent do regulatory bodies implement institutional mechanisms and what is the impact on stakeholders’ trust?

You can download the policy brief by clicking here: enjoy reading!

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870722 (TiGRE).