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Progress Report on 2011 Baseline Study on Good Regulatory Practices

Progress Report on 2011 Baseline Study on Good Regulatory Practices

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#213-CT-01.13
YEAR
2014
PUBLISHED DATE
February 2014
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PAGES
44
ACCESSED
2606

 

Individual Files

Executive Summary 

1.Background
2.Purpose of Updating Baseline Report
3.Method and Timing of Update
4.Comparing Progress on GRPs, 2011 and 2013 
5.Conclusions and Key Result Areas for APEC Economies

Tables



Description

Earlier work done by APEC has shown the dynamism in adopting and strengthening the application of Good Regulatory Practices (GRPs) across APEC economies. Each of the 21 economies has made visible progress in recent years in applying GRPs in domestic regulatory activities.

This 2013 survey of the use of selected GRPs and comparison with APEC’s 2011 GRP Baseline Report confirm that APEC economies continue to invest substantial political and financial resources in improving the quality of their domestic regulatory regimes. The rate of change in the use of GRPs has not slowed from 2011 to 2013; rather, it is accelerating, and there is more attention currently to improving the application of GRPs to get meaningful results on the ground.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

Executive Summary 

1.Background
2.Purpose of Updating Baseline Report
3.Method and Timing of Update
4.Comparing Progress on GRPs, 2011 and 2013 
5.Conclusions and Key Result Areas for APEC Economies

Tables


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

Earlier work done by APEC has shown the dynamism in adopting and strengthening the application of Good Regulatory Practices (GRPs) across APEC economies. Each of the 21 economies has made visible progress in recent years in applying GRPs in domestic regulatory activities.

This 2013 survey of the use of selected GRPs and comparison with APEC’s 2011 GRP Baseline Report confirm that APEC economies continue to invest substantial political and financial resources in improving the quality of their domestic regulatory regimes. The rate of change in the use of GRPs has not slowed from 2011 to 2013; rather, it is accelerating, and there is more attention currently to improving the application of GRPs to get meaningful results on the ground.

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File size: 1036.25KB