The ETCR indicators summarise regulatory provisions in seven non-manufacturing sectors: telecoms, electricity, gas, post, rail, air passenger transport, and road freight.
While in Chile national regulations provide the general framework for administrative procedures and an efficient state administration, the lack of a comprehensive regulatory reform programme does not allow for even better economic outcomes and resources to boost productivity.
Economic regulators play a key role in the overall governance of a sector, service or industry. They strengthen the contribution to sustainable growth and development and rebuild trust in the role of public policy in achieving positive outcomes for citizens and businesses, in a context of increased complexity, technological disruption and constrained public resources.
New set of principles addressing the design of the policies, institutions and tools to promote effective compliance – and the process of reforming inspection services.
Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) is a policy tool widely used in OECD countries. It examines and measures the likely benefits, costs and effects of new or changed regulations.
Almost 200 indicators offer comprehensive insights into trends in regulatory reform and identify leading regulatory management practices.
Well-functioning judicial systems play a crucial role in determining economic performance – notably by guaranteeing the security of property rights and the enforcement of contracts – but not all countries’ judiciaries operate at the same level of efficiency.