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David Parker

Some regulation is essential if market economies are to work efficiently and effectively, in the public interest. At the same time, ill-conceived regulation can seriously damage economic growth. This chapter reviews the international research on regulation, enterprise and competition and reviews recent initiatives in the UK intended to reduce regulatory costs. The research confirms the importance of evidence-based policy-making. Reflecting this, recent regulatory reform in the UK has focused on reducing the incidence of poorly designed and implemented regulation, by improving the policy-making process within government.
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Enterprise sales: Thatcher leads the charge

Global Movements in Public Policy Ideas

David Parker

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David Parker and Catarina Figueira

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Edited by Colin Kirkpatrick and David Parker

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Colin Kirkpatrick and David Parker

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David Parker and Colin Kirkpatrick

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Regulatory Impact Assessment

Towards Better Regulation?

Edited by Colin Kirkpatrick and David Parker

Better state regulation is a key component of economic reform. This is the first book to comprehensively explore international experience in the use of Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA), which involves assessing the potential benefits and costs of any regulatory change. The contributors reveal that RIA is being adopted by an increasing number of countries as a route to better regulation with varying degrees of success. The book includes contributions from leading experts on regulatory reform and introduces a range of case studies from developed, developing and transitional economies.
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Edited by Paul Cook, Colin Kirkpatrick, Martin Minogue and David Parker

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Edited by Paul Cook, Colin Kirkpatrick, Martin Minogue and David Parker