How many OECD countries have a requirement to systematically quantify the expected costs and benefits of new regulations? How many countries systematically take social concerns into account when preparing new regulation? What countries have a programme to measure and reduce bureaucracy imposed on businesses and citizens? How many Countries have a Minister in charge of the regulatory reform agenda?
The OECD surveys on countries’ regulatory management systems (RMS) conducted in 1998, 2005 and 2008 answer these, and many other questions. Almost 200 indicators offer comprehensive insights into trends in regulatory reform and identify leading regulatory management practices. They are complementary to the OECD in-depth country reviews (e.g., ; ) and contribute to the flagship publication .
- Administrative simplification and burden reduction
- Regulatory impact assessments
- Transparency and access to information
- Consultation practices
- Drivers of regulatory reform
- Institutional settings and regulatory oversight bodies
- Consideration of alternatives to regulation
- Compliance and enforcement issues
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These workshops are part of an on measuring regulatory performance.
- Indicators of Regulatory Management Systems: Country Notes, May 2011
- , full report, December 2009
- , says OECD, January 2010
- , Working Paper No. 17, May 2010
- , Policy Brief, November 2009, (pdf)
- , Policy Brief, April 2008, (pdf)
- Indicators of Regulatory Management Systems, Working Paper No. 4, OECD, 2007, (pdf)
- Recommendations and Guidelines on Regulatory Policy
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