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Cutting Red Tape
Cutting Red Tape
National Strategies for Administrative Simplification
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  28 Nov 2006
Pages: 108 , Language: English
Version: E-book (PDF Format)
ISBN: 9789264029798 , OECD Code: 422006101E1
Price:   €21 | $29 | £18 | ¥2700 | MXN370
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Charts: 10  Electronic format: Acrobat PDF

Description
Red tape is burdensome to companies,  inhibits entrepreneurship, and reduces competitiveness.  This book examines country strategies and tools for reducing red tape and the institutional frameworks set up to reduce red tape, and finds what the trends are and what strategies are working. 

Table of contents:

Summary
Introduction
Chapter 1. Simplification Strategies
-Simplification Strategies Are Part of Broader Regulatory Quality Objectives
-Improving Rule Making ex ante
-Reviewing Existing Burdens ex poste
-Implementing Simplification Strategies
-Conclusions
Chapter 2. Simplification Tools
-Introduction
-Electronically-Based Delivery Mechanisms
-Process Re-Engineering
-Conclusions
Chapter 3. Institutional Frameworks
-Introduction
-Single Purpose Entities
-Administrative Simplification Agencies
-Regulatory Reform Agencies
-External Committees
-Multilevel Co-ordination
-Conclusions
Conclusions and Future Directions
Bibliography
Annex 1. Institutional Bodies in Charge of Administrative Simplification
Annex 2. The Standard Cost Model in European Countries
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