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Composite indicator on stakeholder engagement in developing subordinate regulations

 

Following the established methodology of the OECD Indicators of Regulatory Policy and Governance, a composite indicator on stakeholder engagement in developing subordinate regulations, was developed based on information on regulatory practices collected from countries in Latin America.

 

It measures the adoption of good practices to engage with interested parties when developing new regulations, including different methods and openness of consultations as well as transparency and response to comments received. It consolidates information in four equally weighted categories:

 

Triangle 
  • Systematic adoption records formal requirements and how often these requirements are conducted in practice;
  • Methodology gathers information on the methods used in each area, e.g. the type of impacts assessed or how frequently different forms of consultation are used;
  • Oversight and quality control records the role of oversight bodies and publically available evaluations;
  • Transparency records information that relates to the principles of open government, e.g. whether government decisions are made publically available.

 

 

Composite indicator: stakeholder engagement in developing subordinate regulation 2019

 

Note: The figure displays the total aggregate score across the four separate categories of the composite indicator. The maximum score for each category is one and the maximum score for the aggregate indicator is four. The more regulatory practices as advocated in the 2012 OECD Recommendation on Regulatory Policy and Governance a country has implemented, the higher its indicator score. The data on LAC countries reflect the situation as of 31 March 2019. Data on OECD countries cover 34 OECD countries and reflect the situation as of 31 December 2017.

Source: Indicators of Regulatory Policy and Governance (iREG) for Latin America 2019; Indicators of Regulatory Policy and Governance (iREG) 2018.

 

Further information:

Please contact the Measuring Regulatory Performance programme at mrp@oecd.org    


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