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Better Regulation for Growth [electronic resource] : Governance Frameworks and Tools for Effective Regulatory Reform.

Author/Creator:
International Finance Corporation.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, 2010.
Series:
Institutional and Governance Review
World Bank e-Library.
Institutional and Governance Review
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
Local subjects:
Accountability. (search)
Accounting. (search)
Advisory Services. (search)
Audits. (search)
Business Environment. (search)
Capacity Building. (search)
Civil Society Organizations. (search)
Corruption & anticorruption Law. (search)
Cost-Effectiveness. (search)
Crime. (search)
Debt. (search)
Developed Countries. (search)
Economic Development. (search)
Economics. (search)
Expenditures. (search)
Financial Management. (search)
Foreign Direct Investment. (search)
Good Governance. (search)
Innovation. (search)
Judiciary. (search)
Law and Development. (search)
Legal Aid. (search)
Legal System. (search)
Legislation. (search)
Patents. (search)
Population Growth. (search)
Private Investment. (search)
Private Sector. (search)
Private Sector Development. (search)
Privatization. (search)
Procurement Policy. (search)
Public Sector. (search)
Public Sector Development. (search)
Public Sector Management and Reform. (search)
Public officials. (search)
Regulators. (search)
Regulatory Agencies. (search)
Sanctions. (search)
Senior Management. (search)
Tax Reform. (search)
Telecommunications. (search)
Transparency. (search)
Summary:
Regulatory reform has emerged as an important policy area in developing countries. For reforms to be beneficial, regulatory regimes need to be transparent, coherent, and comprehensive. They must establish appropriate institutional frameworks and liberalized business regulations; enforce competition policy and law; and open external and internal markets to trade and investment. This report examines the institutional set-up for and use of regulatory policy instruments in Zambia. It is one of five reports prepared on countries in East and Southern Africa (the others are on Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Tanzania). The report is based on a review of public documents prepared by the government, donors, and the private sector, and on a limited number of interviews with key institutions and individuals.
Contributor:
International Finance Corporation.
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency.
World Bank.
Publisher Number:
10.1596/27866
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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