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The OECD organises annual expert workshops on topics related to measuring regulatory performance. Past meetings have focussed on best practice in implementing the 2012 OECD Recommendation, on measuring compliance costs, on developing a measurement framework for regulatory performance, on the use of perception surveys and on indicators of Regulatory Management Systems.
The OECD NER provides the opportunity for economic regulators from different sectors and different jurisdiction to discuss and share experiences and frame the features of a “world class regulator”.
These Principles address the different facets of a regulator’s governance and provides guidance on the institutional arrangements for regulators.
This report details the key principles for establishing and operating regulatory agencies.
This Recommendation sets out the current thinking on how to effectively implement regulatory policy in countries, based on over a decade of OECD experience. "This Recommendation is the first comprehensive international statement on regulatory policy since the crisis", says Angel Gurría.
The Public Employment and Management (PEM) Network is a high-level, collaborative, practitioner-based forum that provides direction for an analytical work programme that seeks to address current challenges affecting the public service workforce.
This report provides a set of recommendations and policy options for developing regulatory management policy and improving regulations in Kazakhstan.
Reviews on regulatory reform, and current country activities and latest developments on regulatory policy presented by country.
This study analyses the economic rent generated by the exploitation of a non-renewable resource, and the taxation of this rent.
Uncertainty faced by households and firms affects economic activity. The rise in uncertainty since the beginning of the sovereign debt crisis in Greece could be one factor that has contributed to the steep and long-lasting recession. This paper presents a brief empirical analysis quantifying this phenomenon and compares it with developments in Ireland and Portugal.