On 27 September 2012, Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary-General, launched the first Regulatory Reform Review of Indonesia together with the 2012 edition of the OECD Economic Survey of Indonesia. The event also witnessed the government of Indonesia and OECD signing a framework agreement for future co‑operation.
The launch was followed by a seminar Enhancing Co-operation between the OECD and Indonesia: Knowledge Sharing for Better Policies presenting and discussing the key findings and recommendations of the Regulatory Reform Review of Indonesia and OECD Economic Survey of Indonesia.
The launch of the Regulatory Reform Review of Indonesia follows policy and technical discussions between the government of Indonesia, the OECD and OECD member countries in Jakarta and Paris between February 2011 and June 2012.
The seminar stressed that achieving successful regulatory reform now constitutes one of the most critical issues facing the Indonesian government and it will become more so in the context of the Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development 2010-2025 (MP3EI) that aims to foster economic development along six economic corridors.
High quality regulation is needed to support the achievement of the government’s economic, social and environmental goals. To assure better quality regulation, the country needs to adopt a ”whole-of-government” approach to regulatory reform, to assess the impact of new regulatory proposals and existing regulations, and to implement the principles of transparency and public consultation in regulatory decision making.
Session 1. Economic Survey on Indonesia Economy
Session 2. Regulatory Reform Review on Indonesia - Creating More Effective and Coordinated whole-of-government Approach to Regulatory Policy
Session 3. Regulatory Reform Review on Indonesia- Improving Mechanism for Assessing the Impact of Regulation
Session 4. Regulatory Reform Review on Indonesia- Creating More Uniform Approach to Support Public Consultation and Transparency in Regulatory Decision Making
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