Released 16 January 2012
Perception surveys are a valuable tool to evaluate regulatory performance. They measure how citizens and businesses view regulation and its effects on them. By using perception surveys governments can:
To support countries in their efforts to measure regulatory performance, the OECD has developed a guide to perception surveys. The guide:
The report Measuring Regulatory Performance: A Practitioner’s Guide to Perception Surveys is based on OECD research and discussions on perception surveys that were conducted in a two-day workshop in Istanbul, Turkey.
For further information, please contact Christiane Arndt, OECD Regulatory Policy Division.
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