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The challenges for a more efficient assessment of compliance costs in multi-level governments: recommendations from the Normenkontrollrat

What’s going wrong with the assessment of compliance costs in multi-level governments, and how can they be improved? An expert report from the Normenkontrollrat (NKR), the German National Regulatory Control Council, published on April 2015,…

Exploring How Better Regulation Moves Forward in Australia

The Australian Government is implementing an ambitious deregulation agenda aimed at reducing unnecessary red tape costs on individuals, businesses and community organisations. It applies to any mandatory obligations imposed by legislation, regulations, or quasi-regulations. To reduce…

Literature Bulletin: Political Science Publications, no. 2 (First Quarter 2015)

Symposia and Special Issues Symposium on Policy Evaluation in the EU, European Journal of Risk Regulation, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 3-110. Articles Oversight and independence of regulatory agencies Fernandez-i-Marin, X., J. Jordana and A.C.…

Research note. The implementation of administrative burden reduction policy in Europe

Fabrizio Di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini and Francesco Stolfi (forthcoming). “The implementation of administrative burden reduction policy: Mechanisms and contexts in the study of Europeanization”, Comparative European Politics Research note by Francesco Stolfi Two open issues in…