'The practice of regulatory impact assessment has long needed a critical evaluation. This volume, which is interdisciplinary and international, and combines academic and practitioner insights, hits the spot to great effect.' - Colin Scott, UCD College of Business and Law and UCD School of Law, Ireland Markets can sometimes fail and a standard response for governments is regulation. Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) is being adopted by an increasing number of countries as a route to better regulation. the book includes contributions from leading experts on regulatory reform and analysis and a range of case studies from developed, developing and transitional economies. By rigorously examining the principles of better regulation and focusing on the problem of applicability and adaption of RIA practices around the world, this book will greatly aid understanding of regulatory policy design and implementation.(2004); Lee and Kirkpatrick (2004); IEEP (2004); Mather and Vibert (2005); Vibert (2004); Renda (2006) and Torriti (2005 and forthcoming). ... According to this principle, the depths and scope of the analysis will be proportional to the expected significance of ... alternatives to a#39;command and controla#39; regulation; early consultation; comparison of policy options; and new technical annexes. ... See http://www.europal.europa.eu/comparl/imco/studies/051 l_study_prepackedprod- ucts_en.pdf.
|Title||:||Regulatory Impact Assessment|
|Author||:||Colin H. Kirkpatrick, David Parker|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2007-01-01|