The Indicators of Regulatory Policy and Governance (iREG) present up-to-date evidence of OECD member countries’ regulatory policy and governance practices advocated in the 2012 Recommendation of the Council on Regulatory Policy and Governance.
The iREG indicators measure the three key principles of the Recommendation:
It helps to ensure that regulations focus on user needs by involving citizens, businesses, and civil society, makes regulations more inclusive and helps compliance with regulations.
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Content and methodology of the indicators of regulatory policy and governance
iREG content, scope and methodology
The indicators are based on responses to the Regulatory Indicators surveys, provided by delegates to the OECD Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC) and central government officials. iREG present information collected through the OECD Regulatory Indicators surveys on 1) Stakeholder Engagement, 2) RIA and 3) Ex post evaluation.
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Source for iREG Data
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