Trend in RIA adoption across OECD jurisdictions
Note: Based on data from 36 countries and the European Commission.
Source:2014 and 2017 Regulatory Indicators Survey results, Measuring Regulatory Performance.
Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) is a systemic approach to critically assessing the positive and negative effects of proposed and existing regulations and non-regulatory alternatives. As employed in OECD countries it encompasses a range of methods. It is an important element of an evidence-based approach to policy making.
This page provides links to the considerable research undertaken by the OECD on methodological issues and country experiences with the implementation of RIA and includes guidance material to improve the performance of RIA, its early integration with policy making and the promotion of more coherent regulatory policy across government.
RIA in Chile (2017)
RIA Inventory (2004)
21 April 2020
Workshops and seminars
Promoting better regulation in Israel, Rishon LeZion, 11-12 February 2020
OECD supports Peru's water regulator in improving regulation
Improving the quality of regulation in Costa Rica, San Juan, Costa Rica, 2017
Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA), Lima, Peru, 2017
RIA for the Transport Infrastructure Regulator of Peru (OSITRAN), Lima Peru, 2017
Peru's Energy Regulator (OSINERGMIN) begins RIA implementation, Lima, Peru, 2016
Embedding RIA in Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, 2015
Elaborating and evaluating RIA in Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, 2015
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