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  • 22-February-2021

    English

    Citizen councils: An international perspective

    Open government event highlighting how deliberative democracy processes are tackling complex policy problems worldwide.

  • 22-February-2021

    English

    Misuse of Containerized Maritime Shipping in the Global Trade of Counterfeits

    The report provides empirical evidence about the misuse of container ships in international trade in counterfeits. It also suggests the main routes of trade with containers polluted with illicit trade. Finally, the report also outlines the economic landscape for containerized maritime transport and investigates policy gaps that enable its misuse by criminals in illicit trade.
  • 19-février-2021

    Français

    Examiner la réglementation existante

    La législation existante n’a cessé de s’étoffer au fil du temps dans les pays dans le sillage des actions menées par les gouvernements pour faire face aux enjeux émergents. Pourtant, les lois existantes et nouvelles ne sont pas toujours parfaitement adaptées aux cadres réglementaires existants, d’autant que les économies et les pays sont de plus en plus interconnectés. Les Principes de bonne pratique de l’OCDE pour l’examen de la réglementation existante offrent un cadre pratique et souple auquel les pays peuvent se conformer lorsqu’ils examinent les lois. Ces principes aident les pays à établir leurs régimes d’évaluation ex post, tout en leur donnant des conseils pratiques sur les méthodologies à adopter. Le présent rapport s’inscrit dans une série de « principes de bonne pratique » élaborés sous la direction du Comité de la politique de la réglementation de l’OCDE. Comme les autres rapports de la série, il complète et précise les principes formulés dans le cadre de la Recommandation du Conseil de 2012 concernant la politique et la gouvernance réglementaires.
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  • 13-February-2021

    English

    Green Budget Tagging - Introductory Guidance & Principles

    Green budget tagging can be a useful tool in an overall approach to green budgeting. This introductory guidance was developed by the OECD under the Paris Collaborative on Green Budgeting in collaboration with institutional partners working under Helsinki Principle 4 of the Coalition of Finance Ministers for Climate Action (IADB, IMF, UNDP, World Bank) and draws lessons from existing country practices. It was informed by a series of round-table events with countries implementing green budget tagging. The document aims to provide high-level guidance in relation to designing, implementing and improving green budget tagging.
  • 10-February-2021

    English

    Tackling misinformation: Working Together to Build Global Vaccine Confidence and Support an Inclusive Recovery

    On 10 February 2021, the OECD held the virtual Tackling Misinformation event, hosted by the UK Government, as part of an effort to identify and develop good practice principles on government communication responses to misinformation.

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  • 9-February-2021

    English

    Good Practice Principles for Data Ethics in the Public Sector

    The Good Practice Principles for Data Ethics in the Public Sector aim to support an ethical use of data in practice through digital government projects, products, and services that place trust at the core of their design and delivery.

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  • 4-February-2021

    Spanish, PDF, 464kb

    Política regulatoria en Costa Rica

    Política regulatoria en Costa Rica

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  • 3-February-2021

    English

    How do laws and regulations affect competitiveness: The role for regulatory impact assessment - OECD Working Paper

    This paper reviews OECD members’ regulatory appraisal practices for competitiveness undertaken as part of their regulatory impact assessment (RIA) frameworks.

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  • 3-February-2021

    English

    How do laws and regulations affect competitiveness - The role for regulatory impact assessment

    The impacts of laws and regulations on competitiveness have strong implications for OECD economies, as they can lead to unforeseen negative externalities and considerable regulatory costs for businesses and citizens. Nevertheless, the use of regulatory policy to assess the impacts of regulations on competitiveness has seldom been examined. This paper fills this gap by reviewing OECD members’ regulatory impact assessment (RIA) frameworks and the extent to which the competitiveness effects are currently appraised. It categorises regulatory impacts on competitiveness into three strongly interrelated components – cost competitiveness, innovation, and international competitiveness – and builds upon the OECD’s expertise to examine how regulations affect each component of competitiveness in turn. In doing so, the paper proposes a more complete structure that regulators can use to define and assess the competitiveness impacts of regulation as part of their RIA processes framework.
  • 3-February-2021

    English

    How do laws and regulations affect competitiveness: The role for regulatory impact assessment

    This paper reviews OECD members’ RIA frameworks and the extent to which the competitiveness effects are currently appraised.

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