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Regulatory Policy in Croatia

Implementation is Key

In series:OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reformview more titles

Published on June 18, 2019

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Croatia has made great strides in strengthening its regulatory policy framework. Improving the entire regulatory policy cycle will ensure that regulations are built on a foundation of solid evidence and public participation and are designed to improve the security, health and well-being of citizens at a reasonable cost. This report assesses the country’s regulatory management capacity by taking stock of regulatory policies, institutions and tools, including administrative simplification policies, ex ante and ex post evaluation of regulations, stakeholder engagement practices, multi-level regulatory governance arrangements and tax regimes for small businesses. The review describes trends and recent developments, identifies gaps in relation to good practices and offers policy recommendations based on best international practices to strengthen the government’s capacity to manage regulatory policy.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword
Abbreviations and acronyms
Executive summary
Country profile: Croatia
Macroeconomic and political context
The context for Better Regulation in Croatia
Institutional framework and capacities for regulatory policy
Stakeholder engagement and public consultations
The development of new regulations in Croatia
Ex post evaluation of regulation in Croatia
Regulatory compliance, enforcement and inspections
Multilevel Governance: The interface between the national and the sub‑national level
Multilevel governance: The interface between the national level and the European Union
SME Taxation in Croatia
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This document was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union.

 

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For further information, please contact Daniel Trnka, Regulatory Policy Division, OECD.