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Regulation & Inclusive Growth

Regulation is a much-maligned animal. When we hear about it in the papers it is either not doing enough or doing too much.

In the ongoing debate on whether we need more regulation or less regulation, it turns out the answer is: yes. Yes, we need more quality regulations and yes, we need fewer poorly conceived, irrelevant or marginally effective laws that presently bloat the stock of regulations in every country.

But are countries ready to get their regulatory houses in order?


➨ BLOG Regulatory policy: the untapped lever of economic growth

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Independent Fiscal Institutions

How can Fiscal Councils build up their staying power in a dangerous line of work? 

➨ BLOG Can Fiscal Watchdogs Be Fiscal Rescue Dogs?


Open Government Data 

What are the benefits of making government data freely available to business and citizens?

➨ BLOG Shedding Light on Government


Water Governance

By 2050, 4 billion people will live in severely water-stressed areas - how will we manage?

➨ BLOG Diving into Empty Pools



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