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Inspections Reforms [electronic resource] : Do Models Exist? / Cesar Cordova-Novion.

Author/Creator:
Cordova-Novion, Cesar.
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Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, 2010.
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Summary:
Analytical review of Inspections reforms in twenty five worldwide, with analysis of models and features of reforms undertaken. This paper provides a detailed look at the organizational and operational aspects of inspection reform and provides the basis for a substantive analysis of principles, commonalities and processes thereof. This paper attempts to standardize various approaches to inspection reform in a common framework. The paper identifies several models of organizational inspection reform and groups them into five general models/categories, applying a matrix approach to link this to the operational aspects of inspection reform. The paper features a detailed account of different models of inspection reforms in selected countries.
Contributor:
Cordova-Novion, Cesar.
Sahovic, Tarik.
Publisher Number:
10.1596/25077
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Restricted for use by site license.