This paper presents, discusses and analyses the use of RIA in OECD memberstates, and identifies challenges for developing countries in establishing appropriate RIA systems.
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The checklist is a voluntary tool that member economies may use to evaluate their respective regulatory reform efforts. There is no single model of regulatory reform, but this does not mean that standards, goals and well-structured institutions do not matter. Based on the accumulated knowledge of APEC and the OECD, the Checklist highlights key issues that should be considered during the process of development and implementation of
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This booklet is a framework for determining the administrative burdens of businesses. It describes the framework for a quantitative methodology that can be applied in all countries.
Russia is the first non-member country to request a regulatory review in the framework of the OECD Horizontal Country Review Programme.
France, like other member countries, has undergone a broad review of its national regulatory practices and internal regulatory reforms.
This page presents work on regulatory and ex post evaluation of regulatory tools and institutions.
This review presents an overall picture, set within a macroeconomic context, of regulatory achievements and challenges in Germany, including regulatory quality, competition policy, and market openness.
The RIA Inventaory compares key elements of RIA systems in OECD countries such as type of analysis, scope of coverage, public disclosure, quality control, cost-benefit analysis, social discount rate, risk assessment, effects on competition and market openness, and ex-post monitoring.
This seminar on Regulatory Governance took place on 12-13 June in Prague 2003.
"Too much red tape" is one of the most common complaints from businesses and citizens in OECD countries. Filling out forms, asking for permits and licences etc. is often extremely complex and cumbersome.