OECD member countries are investing significant resources in the development of regulatory policies and reform programmes to improve the quality of their regulations. Do the reforms succeed in improving the quality of regulations? Do they stimulate investment, foster economic growth, reduce systemic risks, improve the environment, health and overall quality of life?
The programme Measuring Regulatory Performance aims to help OECD countries:
- Demonstrate how improvements to regulatory governance deliver actual benefits to business and citizens;
- Measure regulatory performance to diagnose success and failures, improve regulatory policies, programmes and tools, and to communicate progress.
Get the regulatory management indicators and information on their methodology
Read the policy and methodological guides, reports, policy briefs, and academic papers
Find the agendas, presentations, and background information on the annual workshops on Measuring Regulatory Performance
Related OECD work
Access information on databases and projects throughout the OECD on measuring regulatory performance
An ad hoc steering group advises the OECD Regulatory Policy Committee on the work on Measuring Regulatory Performance. Member countries participating in the steering group currently include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, European Commission, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and United States. The group is currently chaired by Canada. Other OECD countries may also become members of the Steering Group.
For further information, please contact Christiane Arndt or Laura Seiffert
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