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The EU Better Regulation project is a partnership between the OECD and the European Commission. It draws on the initiatives for Better Regulation promoted by both organisations over the last few years.
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The review of budgeting in Portugal was carried out at the request of the Portuguese authories and concentrates on the national government only. A shorter version of this material was published in the OECD Journal on Budgeting, Volume 2008/3.
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A avaliação do processo orçamental português foi realizada por solicitação das autoridades portuguesas, concentrando-se apenas no governo a nível nacional. Uma versão mais curta em lingua inglesa foi publicada no OECD Journal on Budgeting, Volume 2008/3.
Integrity is a corner stone of good governance. It enhances the quality of policy decisions and helps to maintain trust in government.
Lobbying is the worldwide practice of influencing decision making process by special interests. Lobbying provides decision makers with valuable data and insight for more informed decisions and also enables stakeholders’ voices to be heard.
The commercialisation of the public sector and its close ties with private and non-profit sectors is fraught with new forms of conflict between individual interests of public officials and their public duties.
This new book takes stock of the main changes in the management of public services across OECD countries. It summarises the findings of the OECD Public Employment and Management working party over the past fifteen years.
This workshop took place 4 December 2008. Its aim was to present international experience with regulatory impact assessment and provide the Russian audience with an introduction to comparative RIA methodologies.
This meeting relates to the topic of risk and regulatory policy and was held at the OECD 1 December 2008.
This working paper argues that reform and change are generally used as interchangeable concepts but that is not always appropriate as reforms do not always produce change and changes are not always the product of reform efforts.