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Regulatory Policy in Peru

Assembling the Framework for Regulatory Quality

In series:OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reformview more titles

Published on July 29, 2016

Also available in: Spanish

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Regulation is one of the key levers of government intervention. When properly designed, it can help achieve environmental and social objectives, and contribute to economic growth. The OECD Review of Regulatory Policy of Peru assesses the policies, institutions, and tools employed by the Peruvian government to design, implement and enforce high-quality regulations. These include administrative simplification, evaluation of regulations, public consultation, and the governance of independent regulators, amongst others. The review provides policy recommendations based on best international practices and peer assessment to strengthen the government’s capacity to manage regulatory policy.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword and acknowledgements
Executive summary
Assessment and recommendations
Structural reforms and the recent macroeconomic context in Peru
Policies and institutions for regulatory policy in Peru
Ex ante assessment of regulation and public consultation in Peru
Management of the stock of regulation and administratives implification policies in Peru
Compliance and enforcement of regulation in Peru
Multi-level regulatory governance in Peru
The governance of regulators in Peru
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KEY FINDINGS

Peru has many elements of sound regulatory policy in place. For instance, agencies and ministries have the obligation to perform a cost-benefit analysis for specific sets of draft regulation, and to make these drafts available to the public. A broad administrative simplification programme covers the central and subnational levels of government. However, Peru still faces many challenges in creating an overall high-quality regulatory framework. To address these challenges, the review recommends several steps, including:

 

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