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Repost from Regulatory Studies Center. Identifying Rules with International Effects

Consistent Inconsistencies: Misclassification of Rules Could Hamper International Regulatory Cooperation, by Daniel R. Pérez. Original source: Regulatory Studies Center, George Washington University International regulatory cooperation is a central component of current U.S. efforts to negotiate international trade…

Repost from Regulatory Studies Center. Regulatory Pay as you Go: Lessons from Other Countries

Regulatory Pay as you Go: Lessons from Other Countries, by Ana Maria Zarate Moreno. Original source: Regulatory Studies Center Reducing the regulatory burden borne by businesses and citizens is a central objective of governments all over…

Repost from Regulatory Studies Center. Can Fiscal Budget Concepts Improve Regulation?

Can Fiscal Budget Concepts Improve Regulation?, by Susan E. Dudley. Original source: Regulatory Studies Center ABSTRACT Despite efforts to ensure that new regulations provide net benefits to citizens, the accumulation of regulations threatens economic growth and…