Rishon LeZion, Israel, 11-12 February 2020,
The Regulatory Policy Division has been in close co-operation with the Israeli government over the past three years to promote better regulation in the country. Improving the regulatory framework and reducing administrative burdens has become a key political issue in Israel, especially how these policies can reduce consumer prices and improve the business environment. As a result, Israel has made many improvements and has already engaged the OECD Regulatory Policy Division a number of times, including for a capacity-building workshop on regulatory impact assessment, ex post evaluation of regulations and regulatory delivery with the Ministry of Agriculture in February 2020. Participants learned about the key pillars of evidence-based policy making and enforcement and put their knowledge into practice with a case study. The workshop also provided opportunity for exchange of challenges and best practices between government institutions, OECD experts and peers from Germany and the United Kingdom.
For further information, please contact Daniel Trnka, Regulatory Policy Division.
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