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The OECD Council at Ministerial level met on 15-16 May 2002, under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt of Belgium, assisted by the vice-chairs from Spain, Mr. Rodrigo de Rato y Figaredo, Vice-President of the Government and Ministe...
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Can the national administration ensure that social and economic regulations are based on core principles of good regulation? Regulatory reform requires clear policies and the administrative machinery to carry them out, backed by concrete politica...
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The following note and preliminary agenda details the Mexico workshop to be organised in Merida, Mexico on 24-25 April 2002.
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Following up the invitation to the Second Workshop of the APEC-OECD Co-operative Initiative on Regulatory Reform to be held in Merida, Mexico on 24-25 April, we would like to provide all delegates with specific information regarding visa requirem...
The policy statements presented in this first edition of the Monitoring Instruments describe the programme of structural reform in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Romania.
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Entrepreneurship and business activities are shaped not only by markets, but also by regulatory and administrative environments established by governments. Regulations and formalities are important tools used by governments to carry out public po...
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The raft of regulatory reforms in the Philippines gained momentum in 1992 following the ascendance of the Ramos administration. Market-oriented policies started in the telecommunications sector, then through the banking, shipping, and transport s...
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This paper contains a discussion about some of the initiatives Australian governments have undertaken to reduce the burden of red tape on business. The initiatives involved the three tiers of Australian government; local, state and territory and ...
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As a background to my presentation I will briefly highlight three realities that are key to understanding the contemporary global political economy. The first is that our economies are mixed, with public and private sectors co-existing, albeit wi...