The machinery of regulatory reform

Deighton-Smith, Rex
June 1997
OECD Observer;Jun/Jul97, Issue 206, p32
Academic Journal
Focuses on the evolution of regulatory reform in Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. Three general stages of reform; Benefits seen with the removal of economic regulations; Importance of the general design of reform programs; Difficulty in measuring the results of regulatory reform; Need for further work to identify more effective approaches to management and reform.


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